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Full text of "Crocker-Langley San Francisco directory for the year commencing .."

The West Coast Life Insurance I 

SELLS THE BEST POLICIES OH THE MARKET 



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I CAPITAL. $1,600,000.00. ASSETS. S6.250c000.00 



MACHINERY 1 1 

HENSHAW, BULKLEY 



19-21 FREMONT STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



TELEPHONE KEARNY 1460 



INSURANCE 



SEATTLE 



SAN FRANCISCO 

6«6 r»»« QPPOSITC TlTLt 



LOS ANGEL18 




George J.Wellington | as I 

GENERAL ENGINEERING _^ 
AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS II «* I 

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G. TRITTENBACH mw k BB^L mm 

PHONE OOUGUS 2 145 

Marine Building, N. E. 'Cor front and California street* 



SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



3 1223 04590 0132 



THE HOLMES UME CO., Inc. 



Phone Kearny 2220 



(Established 1854) 
Office : Mutual Savings Bank Bldg. 



Manufacturers 

and 

Dealers in 



Lump Lime ) Strong 

Hydrated Lime ) Diamond 
Portland Cements : High Grades 
Monterey and Building Sand 
Brick : Common, Fire and Face 
Silocel : Sound Deadener and Fire Proofing 
Terra Cotta, Fire Proofing, Tiles 
Plaster, Fibre, Hair, Etc. 
Dental, Casting and Finishing Plasters 



Exclusive 
Agents for 



PACIFIC STONE CO., ROMAN STONE 

CAL. BRICK AND POTTERY CO. 

HIGGINSON MFG. CO. 

E. B. McNEAR BRICK CO. 

IONE FIRE BRICK CO. 

LOS ANGELES PRESSED BRICK CO. 



ABOVE CARRIED IN STOCK PROMPT DELIVERIES 

WRITE FOR PRICES 

Warehouse and Shipping, Fifth and Brannan Streets 

SAN FRANCISCO 



QuSOSnAuAn. 



M^ ^l^^ffgjffjjg^TS.^iTflFHW^ 



BONIFIED, JEFFRESS & RYAN 



PAID-UP CAPITAL $250,000.00 

CASH ASSETS 460,000.00 



ific Surety 
Company 



OF CALIFORNIA 



FIDELITY and COURT 

BONDS 

PLATE GLASS INSURANCE 



OFFICERS 

WALLACE EVERSON, President JOHN BERMINGHAM, Vice-President 

A. P. REDDING, Secretary 



HEAD OFFICE, SAN FRANCISCO 

401 Sansome St., cor. of Sacramento 
Telephone Kearny 1293 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 

GEO. C. PERKINS, United States Senator and of Goodall, Perkins & Co. 

JOHN BERMINGHAM, Vice-President Donohoe-Kelly Banking Co. 

"WM. H. CROCKER, President Crocker National Bank 

P. E. BOWLES, President American National Bank 

CHAS. H. CROCKER, President H. S. Crocker Co. 

H. L. DAVIS, President California Title Insurance and Trust Co. 

V. J. A. REY, of Britton & Rey 

JOHN W. PHILLIPS, Capitalist 

F. P. DEERING, Attomey-at-Law 

WALLACE EVERSON, President 

A. P. REDDING, Secretary 



Harris 



I NC. 




Expanded Metal Lath 

Lime, Cement 

Plaster 



OFFICE 



710 Mission Street 

Telephone Kearny 1819 

SAN FRANCISCO.CAL. 



STATEMENT OF THE 




INSURANCE *f* COMPANY 
June 30, 1908 



Capital $1,600,000.00 

Assets 6,056,833.81 

Surplus as Regards Policyholders . 2,474,682.58 

Losses Paid to June 30, 1908 . . 38,685,713.95 



ASSETS 

Bonds owned by Company $2,921,400.00 

Stocks owned by Company 616,400.00 

Loans on Bonds and Mortgages 285,980.00 

Loans on Collaterals 136,500.00 

Cash in Bank and Company's Offices 431,318.40 

Real Estate, including Home Office 566,305.23 

Premiums in course of Collection and Marine Premium Notes 82 1 .'-' 18.80 
All other Assets 277,71 1.38 



Total Admitted Assets 



LIABILITIES 



Losses in Process of Adjustment 

Re-Insurance Reserve 

All Other Claims and Demands . 

Capital Paid in Cash 

Net SURPLi s 



$6,056,833.81 



| 440,331,28 
2,885,763.10 

256,056 ^"> 
. 1,600,000.00 

s74.6S2.5S 



$6,056,833.81 



BERNARD FAYMONVILLE 

VICE - PRE6I0ENT 

LOUIS WEINMANN 

Secretary 



OFFICERS 
WILLIAM J. DUTTON 

J. B. LEVISON 

Second Vice-President and Marine Secretary 
HERBERT P. BLANCHARD 
Assistant Secretary 
THOMAS M. GARDINER 

Treasurer 



HOME OFFICE 

Company's Building, 401 California St., San Francisco 



THE MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK 

MARKET, MASON AMD TURK STREETS 



Paid up Capital 
$250,000.00 



OFFICERS 

JAMES O'B. GUNN 
President 

GEO. D. GRAY 

Vice-President 

GEO. F. LYON 

Vice-President 

JNO. U. CALKINS 
Cashier 

W. F. WILLIAMSON 
Attorney 



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DIRECTORS 

Jas. J. Faoan 

Vice-President Crocker 
National Bank 

Geo. D. Grat 

Geo. D. Gray & Co. 

F. M. Greenwood 

Mii n roe Greenwood 
Estate Co. 

Jas. O'B. Gunn 
President 

Marshall Hale 
Hale Bros. 

Geo. F. Lyon 

Lynn & HOag 

Geo. M. Mitchell 

Chas. C. Moore 
C. C. Moore & ' !o. 

. Henry T. Scott 

president Pn c Tele 

phone & Telegraph 
Co.,Vice-Pi 

Mercantile Trust 

i pans' 

Henry Van Bergen 
Capitalist 

W. F. Williamson 
Attorney 



THE MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK 

MARKET, MASON AND TURK STREETS 



The West Coast 
Life Insurance Company 

PINE AND LEIDESDORFF STREETS 



The Only Life Insurance Company Whose Principal Place of Business 
Is Located in San Francisco 



Sells the Best Policies 
In the Market 

INVITES COMPARISON WITH POLICIES ISSU-D BY ANY 
OTHER COMPANY 



Writes Both Ordinary and Industrial Business, and in 

Connection with Life Policies, Writes Both 

Accident and Health Insurance 



HENRY LUND & CO. 

IMPORTERS, SHIPPING and 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

CEMENT, STEEL, COAL, COKE, ETC. 

Agents for 

Reliance Marine Insurance Co.,Limited 



of Liverpool 

Agents for Northern Shipowners' Association, Christiania 

HENRY LUND 

Consul for Norway 

GENERAL AGENT FOR DET NORSKE VERITAS 

Marine Building, California and Front Streets 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Represented hy W. C. KIRSCHSTEIN, No. 28 Chapel St., Liverpool 



GEORGE J.WELLINGTON 

GENERAL ENGINEERING 

CONSULTING AND CONSTRUCTING 

DEPARTMENTS 

FIRE PROTECTIVE ELECTRICAL 

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER STEAM POWER 

HEATING VENTILATING 

SANITARY INSURANCE 



Fully Prepared to Care for Installations and Alterations of Equipments, 

Also to Consult in Matters of Fire Hazards to Buildings, Securing 

Minimuum Insurance Rates. Special Attention Paid 

to Economical Construction and Maintenance 

Consistent With Proper Practice. 



GENERAL INSURANCE 

Entire Charge Taken of all Insurance Matters, Including Adjustments of 
Rates and Losses. 

Special Attention Given to Wording of Policies, Insuring Prompt and Full 
Settlement of Claims. 



ALASKA COMMERCIAL BUILDING 
San Francisco 



CROCKER- LANGLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO 
DIRECTORY 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 



1908 



CONTAINING 



An Alphabetical List of Business Finns and Private Citizens ; a Directory of the 

City and County Officers, Churches, Public and Private Schools, 

Benevolent, Literary and other Associations, Banks, 

Incorporated Institutions, Etc. 

A CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

And Revised Street and Avenue Guide of the City 



Price, $7.50 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Compiled and Published by H. S. Crocker Co. 

230-240 BRANNAN STREET 



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Copy riolit . 1 908. 
by H. S. Cwckei Co.. San Francisco 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Academy of Sciences California.... 56 

Alaska Fisherman's Protective Union 59 

Albert Pike Memorial Temple Assn. 62 
Alumni Association California Medi- 

Alumni Association' College of Physi- 

clans and Surgeons < » 

Alumni Association Hastings College _ , 

of Law •<• 

American Association of Masters and 

Pilots ■ ■'* 

American Shipmasters Association of 

Pacific Coast ;, 8 

Ancient Order of Foresters bt> 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 67 

Ancient Order of United Workmen. . 67 

Argonaut Club ijj 

Arion Verein '6 

Armitage Orphanage of San Fran- 

Cisco '•'" 

Art Associations >i 

Associated Alumni University of 

California < 6 

Associated Certified Public Account- 
ants of California »6- 

Associated Charities 41 

Association for Improvement and 

Adornment of San Francisco 12 

Association of Master Plumbers ol 

San Francisco 60 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 56 

Austrian Benevolent Society 41 

Autocrat Club ;;6 

Banks «7 

Bar Association of San Francisco... ■<*> 

Barbers' Protective Union 60 

Bay City Wheelmen '6 

Benefit Associations JO 

Benevolent and Protective Order of 

Elks i; ? 

Benevolent Societies 41 

Bertha Juilly Home for Children. ... 52 

B'na B'rith Independent Order 63 

Board of Education 36 

Board of Trade of San Francisco. ... 42 

Board of Supervisors 36 

Bohemian Club ' i 

Bookbinders' Protective and Benefi- 
cial Association 60 

Booklovers' Library 56 

Bottlers' and Manufacturers' Protec- 
tive Association 60 

Boys' and Girls' Aid Society 52 

Brewers' Protective Association 60 

British and American Union 77 

British Benevolent Society of Cali- 
fornia 41 

Buena Vista Sanatorium 52 

Builders' Association of California.. 60 

Builders' Exchange 47 

Bunker Hill Association 77 

Caledonian Club 77 

California Academy of Sciences 56 

California Anglers Association 77 

California Bible Society 62 

California Camera Club 77 

California Chauffeurs Association... 77 

California Club 77 

California College of Osteopathy. ... 57 

California College of Pharmacy 57 

California Equal Sufferage Associa- 
tion 78 

California Genealogical Society 77 

California Historical Society 56 

California Lawn Tennis Club 77 

California Pharmaceutical Society... 56 

California Pioneers. Society of 57 

California Prison Commission 41 

California Promotion Committee.... 42 
California Society for Prevention of 

Cruelty to Children 42 

California Society of Public Account- 
ants 56 

California State Bar Association.... 56 

California State Board of Pharmacy. 56 



California State Boa.d of Trade 4 J 

California State Dental Association. 56 
California State Homoeopathic Medi- 
cal Society 56 

California State Mining Bureau 56 

California Woman's Hospital 52 

Carriage and Wagon Builders' Asso- 
ciation ,; '.' 

Catholic Knights of America 68 

i Vmeteries 4; 

Central City Wheelmen ji 

Century Club JJ 

Cercle Francaise ' ' 

Chamber of Commerce of San Fran- ■ 

Children's Hospital • 52 

Churches '• ■• ;'' 

City and County Alms House - 

City and County Government o5 

City and County Hospital 53 

Civic Federation ' i 

Clara Barton Hospital <- 

College of Physicians and Surgeons 

of San Francisco 57 

Colleges and Private Schools 46. u_ 

Columbia Park Boys " 

Companions of the Forest, A. O. F.. . t>6 

Companions of the Forest of America b9 

Concordia Club 77 

Consuls '7. 

Cooper Medical College •" 

Corinthian Yacht Club 77 

Cosmos Club 7i 

Crematories L 

Cross Country Club ii 

Cvmrodorion Society of California... ii 
Dartmouth College Alumni Associa- 



tin 



Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion ■ * 8 

Daughters of California Pioneers 

Society 57 

I laughters of St. George f| 

Daughters of the Confederacy 68 

Degree of Honor A. O. U. W 68 

I legree of Pocahontas i ° 

1 )elta Tau Delta Fraternity [7 

I fental Colleges 5i 

Department of Electricity 36 

Department of Public Health 36 

Department of Public Works 36 

District Court of Appeals 50 

Dry Goods Men's Association 7. 

Eagles, Fraternal Order of 71 

Eastern Star. Order of 64 

Elks, Benevolent and Protective Or- 
der of 6« 

Epworth League Alliance 62 

Eureka Benevolent Association 41 

Exempt Fire Company 40 

Family. The 79 

Federal Government Officers 4< 

Fire Department. 3< 

Fire Patrol :; . 

Eire Underwriters' Association of the 

Pacific 3" 

Floral Society. State < 8 

Florence Crittenton Home of San 

Francisco 52 

Foreign Consuls 172 

Foresters of America 68 

Forum Club of California 77 

Francesca Relief Society 41 

Franklin Spar and Bau Verein 60 

Fraternal Brotherhood - 71 

Fraternal Order of Eagles , 71 

Free and Accepted Masons 63 

French Hospital 52 

French Mutual Benevolent Society.. 40 

Geneva International Association... 77 
Gentlemen's Sodality of St. Ignatius 

Church 6^ 

Geographical Society of California.. 57 

Geographical Society of the Pacific. 57 

German General Benevolent Society. 41 



18 



INDEX TO CONTENTS 



Gorman Hospital 
German Ladies' ' 

Society 
Golden Gat' 

tion 



neral Benevolent 
Kindergarten Associa- 



Grand Army of the Republic 71 

Hahnemann Medical College n» 

Halls ^•■•••. -? 

Harvard Club of San Francisco < ' 

Hebrew Board of Relief. ■•••■•■ ji 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled " 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home, 

Donifi/i '?9 



Home for Incurables. King's Daugh- 
ters' ,• ■ ■■■■■■• 

Home for Aged and Infirm Females.. 
Homoeopathic Dispensary. ...... • • • • • 

Homoeopathic Medical Society, I al?- 



fornia State. 



Hospitals, Homes anc 

Improved Order Red Men.. "■ 

Independent Order B.'nai B'nth 70 

Independent Order ot Foresters 71 

"dependent Order of Odd Fellows. . . 64 

InH.^nendent Order ot Red Men "• 

independent Red Men's Hall Asso- 

ciation • • • •, ■ • ■ ■ ■ * * ' 17 

Insurance Brokers Exchange. ■■••.■ • " 

iSSSSattonS Association of Mach.n- ^ 

ists 77 

Iroauois Club ' *» 

Italian Chamber of Commerce 4Z 

Italian Mutual Benevolent Society. . 40 
Italian Reali Carabinien Mutual Aid 

Society • • • • 77 

Italian Touring Club ' L 

Jefferson Hospital . . ■■■•.-•■ ■;, 

Jewish Ladies' Relief Society ...... 41 

Journeymen Butchers' P. and B. as- 

sociation ■ ■ • 

Journeymen Shipwrights Associa- ^ 

Junto" Order' ''United '"American 

Mechanics .,: 

Justices of the Peace ............. -so 

King's Daughters Home for mcui- 

ables •,-•%••'•/;: 77 

Knickerbocker Male Quartette >< 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 73 

Knights and Ladies of Security.... 77 

Knights of Honor <£ 

Knights of Pythias.... '» 

Knights of the Maccabees li 

Knights of the Red Branch ^| 



Ignatius 



Knights Templar. 

Labor and Trades Unions i m li,' 

Ladies of the Grand Army of the 

Republic . . . 
Ladies' Sodality 

Church 

Lane Hospital A'Vi" 

League of The Cross Cadets . . 
Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Associa- 

tion Vi 

Libraries , a 

Ligue d'Henri IV *" 

Ligue Nationale Francaise »' 

Lincoln Annuity Union ............ <* 

Lit.rarv and Scientihc societies... 58 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter " 

Loring Club ■•■••. ,, 

Loyal Knights of America '& 

Loyal Legion. Military Order ••■•■• 73 
Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society.. 41 

Magdalen Asylum a % 

Maria Kip Orphanage " 

Marine Engineers' Association 40 

Marine Temperance Society '3 

Mariners' Free Reading Room 58 

Masonic •• .• • • °* 

Masons' and Builders' Association.. 60 
Masters and Pilots, American As- 
sociation • 59 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Associ- 
ation « 



PAGE 

Mater Misericordiae |: 

McCloud Country Club ' ' 

McKlnley Orphanage :'- 

McNutt Hospital •;; 

Mechanics' Institute . .. »' 

Medical and Dental Colleges . . -'i 

Medical Department University ot 

California ••■••' °.% 

Merchants Association of S F J» 

Merchants Club 'J 

Merchants Exchange ... ....... 4 1 

Merchants' Exchange Mutual Bene- 
fits Association *" 

Methodist Social Union of San Fran- 

cisco 7* 

Military ,••••: 79 

Military Order Loyal Legion Ti 

Military Order of Foreign Wars of 

jj g 74 

Mining Bureau, 'California State . . 56 

Modern Woodmen of America el 

Mount St. Joseph's Infant Orphan 

Asylum |- 

Mount Zion Hospital »jj 

Musical Fund Society %;•:••■ i" 

Musicians' Mutual Protective Union, bo 

National Association Letter Carriers 4ft 
National Association of Postofftco 

Clerks ....,....- 10 

National Guard of California 58 

National Union . ••:••• ' 

Native Daughters ot the (jolden 

West t_4 

Native Sons of the Golden West ... 71 
Navy League Club of the United 

Navy League of the United States . 57 

New California Jockey Club 78 

New Yorkers, The < * 

Nord-Deutscher Verein *« 

Norwegian Aid Society J" 

Norwegian Singing Society. ..... . . «» 

Nursery for Homeless Children, S. F 53 

Occidental Kindergarten Association 41 

Odd Fellows, Independent Order of . b 1 

Ohaba Shalon Benevolent Society... 41 

Ohio Society of California . 7S 

Old People's Home of San Fran- 

Cisco II 

Olympic Club .. '» 

Order of the Eastern Star 64 

Order of Hermann's Sons ;■• 

Order of Scottish Clans «0 

Order of Sons of St. George 75 

Our Lady's Home %i 

Pacific Athletic Association •■■■•••■ '» 

Pacific Coast Association Native • 

Sons of Vermont • • • -, ' 8 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers 

Association . • ■ ■ • > •_• •■ ••• 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and 

Home ••••,•; Si 

Pacific Humane Society *i 

Pacific Motor Boat Club <| 

Pacific Psl Upsilon Union • <| 

Pharmaceutical Society) California . 56 

Philhistorian Debating Society &b 

Pioneers. Society of California .... 57 

Pixlev Memorial Free Kindergarten. 41 

Police Courts 2° 

Police Department ... £• ••^••' *° 

Pope and Walker Memorial Free 

Kindergarten *i 

Postoffice ••"''■ 7« 

Press Club of San Francisco 7» 

Presidio Golf Club ' ? 

Private Schools 

Protective Association., ^ ^^ 



F.5 



Episcopal Old Ladies ^ 
' Orphan' ' Asyium, San 



Protestant 

Home . 
Protestant 

Francisco : 

Public Buildings and Halls bu 

T Ik-an, DB 



Public Library 

Public Schools of San Francisco 



61 



INDEX TO CONTENTS 



19 



Rathbone Sisters K. of P. •••••■ 
Rebekah Assembly I. O. O. F. . . 

Receiving Hospital 

Red Men, Improved Order ot . . 

Religious Societies 

Resorts 

Retail Fruit Dealers Association 
Retail Grocers' Protective Union 
Riggers Protective Association . 
Royal Arcanum 



73 



Royal Arch Masons »' 

Saint Catherine's Home 53 

Salvation Army « 

S F. Art Association J ' 

S. F. Bar Association « 

S. F. Benevolent Association 41 

S. F. Board of Trade }| 

S. F. Chamber of Commerce 4- 

S. F. Chapter Am. Institute of Ar- 

chitects • a ? 

S. F. Children's Orphanage "•.?? 

S. F. Clinic Society os 

S. F. Commercial Travelers' Asso- 
ciation • fi 

S F. County Medical Society oi 

S. F. County Society of Physicians 

and Surgeons °7 

S. F. Deaconess' Home <>* 

S F. Dental Association bO 

S. F. Fire Department Mutual Aid 

Association *J 

S. F. Flv Casting Club '» 

S. F. Fruit and Flower Mission 41 

S. F. Girls' Union i| 

S. F. Golf Club 78 

S. F. Grutli Verein 78 

S. F. Kennel Club "•■'•■; '» 

S. F. Ladies' Protection and Relief 

Society ■ • ••• £• 

S. F. Law Library Association -_>b 

S. F. Lying-in-Hospital 2 3 

S. F. Maennerchor £° 

S. F. Maternity >i 

S. F. Mining Exchange 4o 

S F National Training School b<! 

S F Nurserv for Homeless Children 53 
S. f! Planing Mill Owners' Associa- 
tion «J 

S. F. Polyclinic *}■ 

S. F. Polyclinic Post Graduate ->8 

S. F. Port Society 62 

S. F. Protestant Orphan Asylum . . 53 

S. F. Retail Grocers' Association . . bO 

S. F. Schuetzen Verein 40 

S. F. Schwaben Verein 40 

S. F. Scottish Thistle Club 78 

S. F. Settlement Association 41 

S. F. Society Prevention of Cruelty 

to Animals *« 

S. F. Society Protection of Children 42 

S. F. Stock and Exchange Board ... 47 

S. F. Turn Verein 78 

S. F. Whist Club 78 

S. F. Yacht Club 78 

Scandinavian Society 40 

Scientific Societies 56 

Seamen's Institute b2 

Secret Societies 63 

Sierra Club j>7 

Social Societies 76 

Society for Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animals J- 

Society of California Pioneers 57 

Society of California Volunteers . . 78 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul .... 4 
Soda Water Manufacturers Associa- 

Sons and ' Daughters of the Old 

Friends :••,•• ij 

Sons of Exempt Firemen's Association 7 8 

Sons of St. George, Order of 75 

Sons of the American Revolution.. 75 

Spanish War Veterans '6 

St. Andrew's Society ■ • 4J 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan 

Asvlum 53 

St. Ignatius Training Sc hool 42 



SO 



01 



7S 



St. Joseph's Home Hospital 53 

St. Luke's Hospital 2 J 

St. Mary's Hospital »<> 

St Peter's German Catholic Benevo- 
lent Society *'* 

St. Thomas Hospital " 

St. Vincent de Paul Society 4- 

St. Vincent Hospital »» 

St. Winifred's Sanatorium oj 

Stanford Club • ,y.Y" 

Standford Memorial Free Kinder- 

garten • - ?„ 

State Boards al > it 

state Floral Society : . . ■ • ■ 

State of Maine Association 

California 

State Officers a " 

Stock and Bond Exchange ........ 4, 

Stock and Exchange Board, San 

Francisco § J 

Street Guide .■■■■ • • • : ' 

Southern Club of California T| 

Superior Court , «* 

Supreme Court . ••••.•; "?„ 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society . . 40 
Swiss Relief Society •■•■••■•■••^■ < ; 41 

Teachers' Mutual Aid Society of San ^ 

Technical Society "of the Pacific 

Coast ■ it 

Temperance Societies I* 

Theatres •••• i'„ 

Town and County Club ' {j 

Trades Unions • ■ • ■ • oa 

Travelers' Protective Association ot 

America Sj; 

Tribe of Ben-Hur ....._ • ••■ <» 

Triton Boating and Swimming C lub ^s 

Turn Verein, San Francisco ' | 

Union League Club ••,••••■••-•••,•;• ',° 
Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society 41 
United Ancient Order of Druids ... 76 
United National Association Post- 
office Clerks J'! 

United Spanish War \ eterans !•' 

United States Officers .........•■• *< 

United States Railway Mail Service 

Mutual Benefit Association \[ 

United Workmen, Ancient Order ... b. 

University Club ........ ..... •*"•■ '? 

University Mound Old Ladies Home 5„ 

University of California Club 78 

University of Michigan Club . ..... J 9 

University of the Pacific Endow- 

ment Fund • i' 

Verein Elntracht . ■ • JL ' • 

Veteran Firemen's Association of 

San Francisco v:,'"'' i. 

Veteran Odd Fellows' Association . rs 
Veteran Volunteer Firemen's Assoc!- 

ation of California <£ 

Veterans' Home of California ... . ■ 53 
Veterans' National Guard of Calif or- 

Veterans' of' the' California Hundred 79 ' 

Volunteers of America .... ••• 4b 

Widows' and Orphans' Aid Associa- 
tion, San Francisco Police De- 
partment • 

Woman's Christian Temperance 

Union J-AWV" -?, 

Woman's Educational ot California. <■' 

Woman's Hospital, California 52 

Woman's Relief Corps, G. A. R. . . . 71 

Women of Woodcraft /.£ 

Woodmen of the World ••••••••••• " 

Yale Alumni Association of Califor- 

Young Ladies' ' institute ■ 41 

Young Men's Christian Association b. 

Young Men's Hebrew Association . b. 

Young Men's Institute • • • 41 

Young Men's Institute Lecture Bu- 
reau :••■•. v ■ 

Young Women's Christian Associa- 

tion «| 

Youths' Directory =>" 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

V A Machine Whitewashing Co •••2213 

vbrahamsen GO "g 6 , 

Aicher Machine Works. •••••••• - w9 £ 

Alfalfa Farms Co.... Right bottom lines 

Allec J •■ 2004 

Vmerican Flower Wks 1"* 

Vmerican Rubber Mfg Co 

Right top lines. 21bb 

American Woolen Mills Tailoring ( 



Co. 



.2206 



Anderson Transfer & Storage Co... 2201 

Anglo Californian Bank 1898 

Ynheuser Busch Brewery Assn.. opp 19. 

Atkins B C & Co Left bottom lines 

Atlas Brass Works 210 

Ault & Wiborg Co 2145 

Babin Landry C Co • • • ■ 215 3 

Bachrach & Co Business headings 

Bateman William .- -11» 

Bauer Lamp Ref & Elec Sign Co 2063 

Beklns Van & Storage Co a:™ •„,„., 

Left top lines. 2028,218" 

Hc-mis Bro Bag Co. . .Left side lines, 19 S3 

Left side lines, 1933 

Berger Mfg Co 2099 

Binner Theo AAA'SToS 

Blake, Moffltt & Towne ...opp 290, 2127 
Blume C A Construction Co 

Right bottom lines 

Boesch Lamp Co ....Business headings 

Bolander & Hallawell 2105 

Borgeson & Co gjjj 

Boulevard Garage -0-8 

Britton & Rey ;_■••,■. », c 

Business headings opp 335 

Brown Edw & Sons 34.1 

Brown J D •• «jj* 

Brown, Walker. Simmons & Co ... 34B 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co The 

Buel'lG ACo .'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.Right top lines 

Burnham & Marsh Co -154 

Butterworth Co, The 1980 

Byron Jackson Machine Wks ..opp 935 
California Art Glass, Bending and 

Cutting Works . -0o3 

California Concrete Co 1978 

California Glue Works -034 

California Incandescent Lamp Co.. 

Left bottoih corner cards 

California Ink Co 2146 

i 'alifornia Mill Co 2139 

California Wine Assn opp 35 

i '.nlifornia Wire Cloth Co 

Business headings 

Calkins Newspaper Syndicate 384 

Calkins Publishing House «84 

Carnegie Brick & Pottery Co ••■„„„ 

Right top corner cards, 1920 

Carroll M T & Sons Co 2110 

Caspar Lumber Co zl%r 

Cassaretto John |P|£ 

Center & Spader 2155 

Chase Fred H & Co 20S2 

Chivers Herbert Co Left side lines 

I 'hubbuck & Harris Inc • • 

Right side l'nes - 

Clark N & Sons. .Business headings. 437 

Clawson L E Co Business headings 

Coffin Alonzo ■ ;• -21-8 

Colton Dental Association 462.1990 

Commercial Art Co opp 4 bo 

Conklin Bros • • • • 1961 

Consolidated Electric Appliance Co. .2212 

Cook H N Belting C 194 1 

Cotton Bros Business heading 

Crocker H S Co 1992,2177,2203 

Crocker National Bank 1902 

Croley George H 2050,2143 

Crook Audit Co } o 

Cuneo Bros -089 

Cunningham A A 1966 



rAGE 

Curtin D A , .„„_ 

Right bottom and left top lines, 19.5 

Curtin Detective Service Co 1993 

Cutter J F Whiskey.. Right bottom lines 

Dairy Delivery Co »2o 

Davidson & Leigh •■■■■';; 

Degen L P Belting Co 1942.2067 

Dehmlow's Cleaning & Dye Works 2005 

Diamond Patent Show Case Co 2178 

Diamond Rubber Co 2166 

Dietzgen Eugene Co 2190 

Donnel Studio 2129 

Dore Photo Studios 21J9 

Dow Geo E Pumping Engine Co.... 

Business headings 

Eby Machinery Co • 

Line back cover, 2091 

Eggers & Co : • • • 2106 

Elevator Supply & Repair Co....... 

Left side lines 

Engineer's Polish Co 2100 

Evans C H & Co Right side lines, 201- 

Farns worth & Ruggles •■•■„. 

Business headings 

Fer'ran, Plegat & Co 20«s 

Fincke Oscar il „ 

Fireman's Fund Ins Co. .Front cover « 

First Federal Trust Co 1903 

First National Bank .1903 

First National Bank Safe Deposit 

Vaults Front cover 

Fisher L P Advertising Agency •••191S 

Floodberg & McCaffrey :iii „?„i 

Forderer Cornice Works 1986, -19? 

French American Bank \,* ■ 

French Savings Bank 1905 

Galloway Lithographing Co 

Right side lines. 2081 

GarrattW T & Co . . .Business headings 
General Flreproofing Co ■•"■■•"•■-,"; 
German Savings and Loan Society. .190!; 

Gilbreth Frank B JilK - ;?!, 

Gilley-Schmid Co 2045,-141 

Gilt Edge Whiskey 

.... 7 Left top corner cards 

Gladding, McBean & Co. • • • . 

Business headings 

Glob'e-Wernicke Co • ■ .11*. 202b 

Golden State and Miners Iron 

Works Right side lines 

Gorham Rubber Co 

Right top corner cards 

Gorman & Thomas -168 

Grady John H •■■ ■■•• :°PP ' " 

Grant-Leonard Co Right side lines 

Gray J A Co i'\i'A'il' ni 

i Great Western Smelting & Refining 

Co " lu 

\ Guilf oy Cornice Wks \$\* 

1 Gwyer Dr •• • %ii\. 

I Haas Woodworking Co -f»* 

Hahn & Bush J 1 * ' 

Haley Pump Co gj»» 

Haley William H --" 

Hall A I & Son »0o 

Hall Norman F Co • ■ • • • J|« 

Halsted & Co 2011. --»■• 

Harmon S H Lumber Co. .Left side lines 

inside back cover ' oiSS 

Hartman L E Mrs -", J 

Haslett Warehouse Co - J1 " 

I HeaId ' s BuSineS ^. CO p. e a e ckbone,-o P p 847 
| Healy-Tibbitts Construct!^ C. ^ . 



Hendy Joshua Iron Works^ 
Henry C A & Co 



Henshaw, Bulkley & Co 

Front cover, opp 862 

Hermann Safe Co 2l 67 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



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PAGE 

Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Co 

Line back cover and business 
headings -„-„ 

Hibernia Savings & Loan Society .. 1910 

Hoffman S 888 

Hoff Schneider Bros... Left bottom lines 

Holmes Lime Co „ , ., 

Inside front cover, 20b < 

Hongkong and Kowloon Wharf & 

Godown Co 2024 

Hotel Golden Eagle 2048 

Howe V C 1966 

Hoyle M F Co. Right bottom corner card 

Hudson Block Co 1981 

Hvland & Jarvie 212, 

Illinois Pacific Glass Co 2030 

International Banking Corporation .. 1899 

Italian American Bank 1906 

Jackson Byron Iron Works.... opp 935 
Jackson P H & Co. .. .Business headings 

Judson Mfg Co 2056,2111,2189 

Kahn George H 

Left top corner cards, 2122 

Kai O & Co 2059 

Kennedy P J 211a 

King Charles J 1983 

Klatt, Hirsch & Co.... Left side lines 

Kneass George W 1941 

Knight Allan 1.3SE 

Knox Collection Agency 1975 

Kopp^el Arthur Co Right top lines 

Korbel Box Factory 194S 

Krenz Oscar Copper & Brass ^\ oiks. 19x5 
Kruttschnitt Building Material Co 

1984. 2035, 2169 

La Grande Laundry 

Left bottom corner cards, 206.". 

Land Title Co 2064 

Lane Hospital 2047 

Lane Mark 21 la 

Larkins & Co 1963 

Lask Harry J 2115 

La Vigne M 2196 

Laydon Darby 1982 

Laymance Real Estate Co 

Right top corner cards, 2157 

Lazzareschi A & Co 1984 

Leek Ira G 1815 

Levensaler <& Preston opp mxl 

Lietz A Co... 2108, 2113, 2171, 2174. 2190 

Lindstrom Institute 2097 

Lloyd H J 2110 

Lorenzen H J H 2112 

Lowe J W 2213 

Lund Henry & Co 5 

Lvons Charles Left bottom lines 

MacNutt A H 2097 

Mangrum & Otter ...Line back cover 

Marine Trust & Savings Bank 

opp 1151, 1488 

Marsh & Kidd Co 1946 

Martin Bros 1049 

Martin E & Co Right bottom lines 

Marwedel C W. . Right bottom lines, 

Business headings, 2093 

Mayder & Pierce 1983 

McAvoy, O'Hara Co 2011 

McCarthy Co opp 1180 

McLaren, Goode & Co 1738B 

Mechanics Savings Bank 

Right top corner cards, 4 

Merchants Collection Agency 1976 

Medina & Griffin 

Left top lines, 1230. 212S 

Metropolis Trust & Savings Bank. . . 

Top edge, 1901 

Millbrae Dairy 1252 

Mogan J C 1991 

Moise, Klinkner Co ..Business headings 

Morgan & Allen Co 1282 

Morrow W S 1977 

Muir & Symon 2092 

Munich Art Glass Co 

Left side lines and business headings 

Musto Joseph Sons-Keenan Co 2096 

National Laundry 2065 

National Surety Co .Left top lines 



PAGE 

New Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning 

Works 200 I 

New York Belting & Packing Co 

Business headings 

Nielsen Sopbus 2008 

North American Mercantile Co 2059 

O'Neill P J A::-5?i1 

Oakland Chemical Works 1914, 196b 

Olson-Mahony Lumber Co 2089 

Olson O E Lithograph Co 

Right top lines, 2081 

Oriel Glass Works 2032 

Ostrowski F S & Son 2179 

Otis Elevator Co Back cover, 201» 

Overland Freight Transfer Co 

199S, 2023, 2187, 2198, 2210 

Pacific Clay Works 

Right bottom corner cards 

Pacific Coast Glass Works 2031 

Pacific Frame Co 2136 

Pacific Metal Works. 1933, 1985, 2100, 2181 

Pacific Refining & Roofing Co 

1954, 1955, 2124, 215?. 

Pacific Suretv Co. Left top corner cards, 1 

Pacific Tank Co 

. .Left bottom corner cards. 1988. 2194 

Pacific Tool and Supply Co 

. . . .Backbone, business headings, 2090 

Patrick & Co Business headings 

Payne's Bolt Works 1946 

Pinkerton National Detective Agency 1994 

Pinkerton Protective Patrol 

Right bottom corner cards 

Pioneer Auto Co Left top lines, 1932 

Pioneer Machine Whitewashing 2019 

Pond & Co 1915, 1959, 2115. 2179 

Post Frederick Co 2190 

Price G W Pump Co 

Right top corner cards, 2149 

Purity Spring Water Co 

Left side lines 

Reigle & Jamieson 2214 

Reliance Automobile Co 

Right bottom corner cards 

Richardson Bros 2169 

Rosekrans H & Co 1524 

Rosenthal Louis 152 . 

Rowe C V 1913 

Rulofson A C Sheet Metal Works... 

Front edge 

Sala Joseph C 2108 

San Francisco Art Glass Works 2032 

San Francisco Cleaning & Dyeing 

Works 2005 

San Francisco Commercial Agency.. 197. 

San Francisco Laundry Assn 2066 

San Francisco National Bank 1901 

San Francisco Saw & Tool Works... 2170 

Schafer George & Son 218S 

Schell MP 1924, 1981 

Schmidt Litho Co 

Business headings, opp 1575 

Schmidt M 2120 

Sherwood & Sherwood. Business headings 

Shibata T 2059 

Sierra Art and Engraving Co... opp 1621 

Sierra Glass Co 203'-' 

Simon Chas F 1915 

Sing Chong Co Left bottom lines 

Smith Emery & Co 1922, 1966 

Smith & Olsen 1945 

Southern Pacific Co 

Right and left bottom lines. 2219 

Spaulding J & Co 1962 

Spect & Shideler 2158 

SpTingfield Fire and Marine Insur- 
ance Co Right side lines, opp 580 

Standard Electrical Works 

Left bottom corner card 

Standard Furniture & Fixture Mfg 

Co 2120 

Standard Gas Engine Co 

Right bottom corner cards 

Standard Milk Co Bottom edge, 2103 

Standard Roofing Co. 2164 

Standard Sheet Steel Co 1986 

Staples & Pfeiffer 2120 

Starkweather H K Co 1955 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



PAGE 
Steiger Terra Cotta and Pottery Wks. 

Business headings 

Sterling Electric Co 

Right bottom corner cards 

Sugar Pine Lumber Co 2089 

Sunset Magazine Bottom lines 

Swiss-American Bank 1907 

Takemura K & Bros 2059 

Taylor L A 2019 

Telgmann & Torka 1997 

Thiel Detective Service Co 1995 

Thomson & Carlson 1940 

Title Insurance and Guarantee Co. . .2172 

Trlttenbach G Line front cover, 2100 

Trumbull Seed Co 2172 

Union Lithograph Co Left side lines 

United Glass Works 

Left top corner cards, 2031 

Vallejo Brick & Tile Co 

Right bottom corner cards 

Van Vroom Dental Parlors 

Line, back cover, opp 1777 

Varney & Green 1916, 1942, 2178, 21S9 

Vaughan Fred W & Co 

Right bottom corner cards, 2204 



PAOE 

Waterman L E & Co 2024 

Watson Roof Co. 2022 

Wellington George J Front cover, 6 

Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. 1900 

Wenzelburger A. Line front cover 

West Coast Life Insurance Co. 

Line, front cover, 5 

Western Art Metal and Wire Co 2215 

Western Foundry .2220 

Western Fuel Co Business headlines 

Western Meat Co 2034 

Western Roofing Materials Co .. ,. 

1746, 1747, 1780, 1781. 1842 

White W J Co 1968, 1974. 1982 

Wichman, Lutgen & Co 

Left top corner cards 

Wieland Bros 2121 

Wilbrand B A 1674 

Wilson J C Backbone, 1859 

Wolfe Nat 2177i 

Wong Him Dr 1700 

Woodruff Co Business headings' 

World Mailing Case Co 2092 

Young A L Machinery Co 

Business headings 



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PRODUCED IN 

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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 

CONCERNING 

MUNICIPAL, STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, BANKS, 
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Libraries 



CITY AND COUNTY GOVERN- 
MENT. 



Mayor- 



-Edward R. Taylor, 
tary — Harry G. McKanney. 
Assessor — Washington Dodge. 

Chief Deputy — William J. Egan. 
Cashier — William J. Blattner. 
Auditor— John A. Koster. 

Chief Deputy — H. G. Matthewson. 
City Attorney — Percy V. Long. 
Assistant— T. E. Haven. 
Assistant — Jesse H. Steinhart. 
Assistant — W. H. Smith, Jr. 
Assistant — A. E. Graupner. 
Assistant— D. S. O'Brien. 
Assistant — N. J. Hanson. 
Clerk — T. E. Hayden. 
City Engineer — Marsden Manson. 
Commissioners — Civil Service. 
.Matthew Brady. President. 
George H. Bahrs. 
Richard Cornelius. 
Chief Examiner and Secretary — J£ 
J. Maher. 
Commissioners — Election. 

A. W. Voorsanger, President. 
Thomas V. Cator. 
Thomas McGuire. 
Cameron King, Jr. 
C. L. Apperson. 

Registrar of Voters — J. Harry Zei 
sky. 
Commissioners — Fire Department. 
William F. McCarthy, President. 
T. H. Goodman. 
W. P. Delaney. 
H. M. Wreden. 
Secretary — John W. McCarthy. 
Commissioners — Insanity. 
C. D. McGettigan, M. D. 
Charles C. Wadsworth, M. D. 
Daniel D. Lustig. M. D. 
TJieo. Rethers, M. D. 
Commissioners — Park. 

William H. Metson, President. 

M. Earl Cummings. 

Reuhen H. Lloyd. 

James D. Phelan. 

John C. Kirkpatrick. 

Secretary — Frederick A. Healey. 

Superintendent — John McLaren 



Commissioners — Police. 

Charles A. Sweigert, President. 
A. D. Cutler. 
Hugo D. Keil. 
Jacob Leggett. 

Secretary — Charles F. Skelly. 
Coroner — Thomas B. W. Lelaml. 
Chief Deputy— J. A. Kennedy. 
Autopsy Surgeon — John R. Clark. 
County Clerk — H. I. Mulcrevy. 
Chief Deputy — Milton Davis. 
County Recorder — Edmond Godchaux. 

Chief Deputy — Charles M. Stolz. 
District Attorney — William H. Langdon. 
Assistant — Francis J. Heney. 
Assistant — John CGara. 
Assistant — William Hoff Cook. 
Assistant — Robert W. Harrison. 
Assistant — Louis Ward. 
Assistant — Robert D. Duke. 
Assistant — Benjamin I. Bloch. 
Assistant — Daniel Deasy. 
Assistant — James M. Hanley. 
Assistant — Louis Ferrari. 
Chief Clerk — Alexander McCabe. 
Fire Marshal — Charles Towe. 
Gas and Water Inspector— Otis M. Tupper. 
Health Officer — Richard Brodrick. 
Law library. 

Librarian— James H. Deering. 
Assistants — John F. Tyler, Frank J. 
McGuire and Robert C. Owens. 
Public Administrator — M. J. Hynes, of- 
fice 409 Claus Spreckels Building 
attorneys — Cullinan& Hk-keyand John 
J. O'Toole. Claus Spreckels Building 
(Compensation — fees.) 
Public library. 

Trustees — Colin M. Boyd, C. H. Bent- 
ley R. B. Hale, James D. Phelan, 
Azro L. Mann, Joseph O'Connor, 
M. C. Sloss, John H. Wise, Ralph 
C. Harrison, Sheldon G. Kellogg and 
The Mayor. 
Librarian — William R. Watson. 
Secretary — George A. Mullin. 
Assistant Secretary — Miss Martha T. 
Tyler. 
Main library — South side Hayes street 
near Van Ness Avenue. 



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Branch libraries — \o. 1 — Mission :' 
Twenty-third street. Miss N. A. 
Casey, Librarian. 

Xo 2 — McCreerv Branch. 16th street, 
near Market street. Miss M. Carson, 
Librarian. " 

No 3 — North Beach, Powell and \al- 
lejo streets. Miss A. Woodman, 
Librarian. _ 

No 4 — Richmond, 254 Fourth Avenue. 
Miss S. D. Morgan. Librarian. 

No. 5 — Phelan Branch, Fourth and 
Clara streets. 

Xo 6 — Fillmore. 2435 Sacramento 
street. Miss M. L. Whitcher, Li- 
brarian. , „. , 

Newspaper Department, I). A. Nolan, 
Curator. 
Delivery Stations — A — Ocean View, 145 
Broad street. 

B — Potrero, cor ISth and Kentucky 

C — Noe Valley, 1301 Castro street. 

D — Sunset. 1232, 9th Avenue. 

E — South San Francisco, 1200 Railroad 

Avenue. 
Ci — Ocean Side, 1243. 47th Avenue. 
Sheriff — Lawrence J. Dolan. 

Under Sheriff — Peter J. Haggerty. 
Superintendent Alms House — C. M. Wol- 
lenberg. 
Resident Physician — William Kenney, 
M. D. 
Warden City and County Hospital — Ar- 
thur A. O'Niel, M. D. 
Superintendent Common Schools — Alfred 

Roncovieri. 
Superintendent Department of Electricity 

— William R. Hewitt. 
Tax Collector — David Bush. 

Chief Deputy — Edwin R. Zion. 
Treasurer — John E. McDougald. 
Chief Deputy — Charles Perkins. 



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BOARD OP SUPERVISORS. 

Members. 
Mayor Edward R. Taylor, President Ex- 

offlcio. 
Paul Bancroft. James H. Johnston. 

James P. Booth. M. Hall McAllister. 
William Broderick. Ralph MoLeran. 
(ieorge Center. Charles A. Murdoek. 

A. Comte, Jr. Daniel C. Murphy. 

George A. Connolly. Henry Payot. 
A. H. Giannini. Allan Pollok. 

Oscar Hocks. Loring P. Rixturd. 

Thomas Jennings. 

Clerk — John E. Belian. 

BOARD OE EDUCATION. 

Members. 

Thomas F. Boyle. President, 
on Altmann. Joseph O'Connor. 

David Oliver. Jr. 
jcretary — Elmore C. Leffingwell. 



DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC WORKS. 

Members of Board. 

Michael Casey, President. 
Thomas F. Eagan. Charles A. Day. 

Secretary — Robert J. Loughery. 
City Engineer — Marsden Manson. 
Citv Architect — Newton J. Tharp. 
Deputy Bureau of Streets — Andrew J. 

Donovan. 
Chief Bookkeeper — Leonard S. Leavy. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Department 1. Judge— James M. Sea- 
well; term expires January, 1911. 
Clerk — L. T. Jacks. 
Department 2. Judge — Frank J Muras- 
kv; term expires January 1911. 
Clerk — H. J. Jackson. 
Department 3. Judge — James M. Troutt; 
term expires January, 1911. 
Clerk — P. W. Lennon. 
Department 4. Judge — James C. B. Heb- 
bard; term expires January, 1909. 
Clerk — J. J. Groom. 
Department S. Judge — John Hunt; term 
expires January, 1909. 
Clerk — James P. Dockery. 
Department 6. (Criminal) — Judge — Frank 
H. Dunne; term expires January, 
1909. 
Clerk — F. J. MeManus. 
Department 7. Judge— Edmund P- Mo- 
gan; term expires January. 19 lo. 
Clerk — Joseph Goddard. 
Department 8. Judge — George A. Sturte- 
vant; term expires January. 191... 
Clerk — H. J. Alexander. 
Department 9. (Probate) — Judge — James 
V Coffev; term expires January, 
1913. 
Clerk — J. P. Callaghan. 
Department 10. (Probate and Insolven- 
cy) — Judge — Thomas F. Graham, 
"term expires January, 1913. 
Clerk — Walter E. Trefts. 
Department 11. (Criminal) — Judge — 
William P. Lawlor; term expires 
January. 1913. 
Clerk — M. F. Welch. 
Department 12. (Criminal) — Judge — 
Carroll Cook; term expires January, 
1909. 
Clerk— James H. Stevens. 
Secretary Superior Judges — Thomas S. 
Mulvey. 
Superior Court Commissioners. 
Finlay Cook. 
George D. Perry. 
Frank W. Lawler. 
H. L. Joachimsen. 
John F. Tyler. 



DEPARTMENT OP ELECTRICITY. 

William R. Hewitt. Chief. Fulton and 
Larkin streets. 

DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC HEALTH. 
Members of Board. 

William Ophuls. President. 

F. Dudley Tait. M. D. 

T. G. McConkey, M. D. 

Guv E. Manning. M. D. 

T. W. Huntington, M. D. 
Health Officer — Richard Brodrick. 
City Physician — James T. Watkins. 



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JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

Presiding Justice— Tsadore Golden. 

Justice — A. B. Treadwell. 

Justice — Alfred B. Lawson. 

Justice — John J. Van Nostrand. 

Justice — Bernard J. Flood. 

Clerk— G. S. McComb. 

Deputv Clerks— Jeremiah F. Collins. 

.1. J. Sweeney, D. Kearney, w. H. 

Campbell. 

POLICE COURTS. 

Police Court No. 1. Judge — Charles L. 

Weller. 
Police Court No. 2. Judge — Charles T. 

Conlan (Presiding Judge). 
Police Court No. 3. Judge — Edward P. 

Shortall. 
Police Court No. 4. Judg< — George H. 

Cabaniss. 



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POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Commissioners — Charles A. Sweigert. A. 
D Cutler, Hugo D. Keil, Jacob 
Leggett. 
Secretary— Charles F. Skelly. 

Chief of Police — William J. Biggy. 

Clerk to Chief of Police — John J. O'Meara. 

Property Clerk — Jesse B. Cook. 

Captains of Police — James Kelly, Bern- 
ard McManus, Michael J. Conboy, 
Henry P. Gleeson. Henry H. Colby, 
A. J. F. Nolting, M. O. Anderson, 
Thomas Duke. 

lieutenants — Fred P. Green. Herbert J. 
Wright, Michael Carroll, Eugene 
Wall Marcellus Anderson, Henry J. 
O'Dea, John M. Lewis, Thomas L. 
Tobin, William J. Mullender, James 
H. Helms, John H. Lackman, Wil- 
liam E. Dinan, Patrick Shea, David 
W. Boyd. 

POLICE STATIONS. 

Bush 1422 Bush 

Central 64 Eddy 

Golden Gate Park 50b Stanyan 

Harbor, N. E. cor Drnmra and Commercial 

Mission 3057 Seventeenth 

North End 3118 Fillmore 

Ocean View 110 Plymouth Avenue 

O'Farrell 2717 O'Farrell 

- Potrero 609 Twentieth 

Southern 4th and Clara 

South San Francisco. . 1201 Railroad Av. 



FIBE DEPARTMENT. 

Commissioners — William P. Delaney. T. 
H. Goodman, H. M. Wreden, Wil- 
liam F. McCarthy. 
Secretary — John W. McCarthy. 

Chief Engineer — P. H. Shaughnessy. 

First Assistant Chief — M, J. Dolan. 

Second Assistant — Thomas Murphy. 

Battalion Chiefs — John Wills, John J. 
Conlon, W'illiam D. Walters, John 
R. Maxwell, M. O'Brien, John Mc- 
Cluskey, W r alter A. Cook, Matthew 
Farlev, Charles J. Cullen, E. F. Mc- 
Kittrick, H. Horn. 

Corporation Tard — H. H. Goiter, Super- 
intendent Engines; P Brandon, Clerk 
and Commissary Department Sta- 
1,1. s; William Tobin. Acting Super- 
intendent; W. F. Egan, Veterinary 
Surgeon. 

Chemical Engine Companies — See Page 
424. 

Monitor Batteries — See Pa. 
Truck Companies — See Pa 



1271. 



FIBE UNDEBWBITEBS ASSOCIATION 
OF THE PACIFIC. 

Meets at the call of the President at 
their rooms. Merchants Exchange Build- 
ing. The object is the mutual improve- 
ment of methods and practices in under- 
writing. Alfred Stillman, secretary. 

FIBE PATROL 

Established May, 1875. John F. O. 
Comstock. Superintendent, office: West 
side Natoma near New Montgomery. 

Station No. 3 — 1915 Bush. Frank 
James, Lieutenant. 

Station No. 4 — 3251 Twentieth street. 
Christopher Lee, Lieutenant. 

ART SOCIETIES. 

Art Association, The San Francisco 

(Mark Hopkins Institute of Art). — Cor- 
ner of California and Mason streets. 
Organized March, 1871. Objects — The 
promotion and encouragement of paint- 
ing, sculpture and the allied fine arts 
in the community, and the maintenance 



of a school in connection therewith. 
Incorporated July. 1889. Affiliated with 
the University of California February. 
1893, and at the same time entered into 
possession of the property it now occu- 
pies under the terms of an agreement 
whereby the owner, Mr. Edward F. Sear- 
les, deeded the building and grounds to 
the Regents of the University for the 
exclusive uses and purposes of instruc- 
tion in and illustration of the fine arts, 
music and literature, or any of them, 
including the maintenance of galleries 
and reading rooms and other suitable 
means of such instruction and illustra- 
tion, under the title of "...ie Mark Hop- 
kins Institute of Art." The buildings 
of the Mark Hopkins Institute were de- 
stroyed in the great fire which devast- 
ated' the city in 1906. and a new agree- 
ment was entered into with the Regents 
of the University and Mr. Searles under 
which the Art Association retained pos- 
session of the former site and erected 
thereon a temporary building wherein 
are displayed such pictures and statues 
as were saved from the fire, together 
with subsequent additions to the collec- 
tion; in this building also is conducted 
the School of Design, the whole being 
comprehended under the title of The 
San Francisco Institute of Art. The 
present building is the precursor of a 
more elaborate one which it is the in- 
tention to erect in the future. Mean- 
time the Association is enlarging its 
collection which is on permanent exhibi- 
tion, while special exhibitions are held 
at frequent intervals. Meets fourth 
Tuesday in each month. Henry Heyman, 
secretary; J. R. Martin, assistant secre- 
tary; director, Capt. R. H. Fletcher. 

The California School of Design, main- 
tained by the Association, teaches draw- 
ing, painting and modeling in all their 
branches, decorative and constructive 
designing and wood carving. 

BANKS. 

San Francisco Clearing House. 

Homer S. King, President; Ignatz 
Steinhart, Vice-President; William H. 
High, Secretary; Charles Sleeper, Man- 
ager; 348 Pine street. 

San Francisco Clearing House Examiner. 
Archibald Kains, Merchants Exchange 
Building. 

Clearing House Committee. 
Homer S. King, Chairman; James K. 
Lynch, C. K. Mcintosh, F. Lipman, I. F. 
Moulton. C. K. Mcintosh, Secretary 
Clearing House Committee. 

American National Bank of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized September 17, 1902; 
Merchants Exchange Building; P. E. 
Bowles. President; Francis Cutting, Vice- 
President; E. W. Wilson, Vice-President: 
George N. O'Brien, Cashier. Capital 
stock, $1,000,000. Surplus and undivided 
profits, $550, 000. Directors — E. W. Wil- 
son, James McNab, Henry J. Crocker. 
P. E. Bowles, W. H. Chickering, Francis 
Cutting, George P. McNear, D. F. Mont- 
eagle, W. H. Talbot. 

Anglo-Californian Bank. Limited (San 
Francisco branch). Incorporated April 
r> 1873; northeast corner Sansome and 
Pine streets; I. Steinhart and P. N. Lili- 
etithal, Managers; Joseph Friedlander. 
cashier. Capital stock authorize!]. 
£1,200,000; amount subscribed, £600,00": 
amount paid in coin, £300,000; total num- 
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Banoa Popolare Operaia Italiana, 
Montogmerv, J. F. Fugazi. President, 
N. Belgran'o, Cashier; paid up capital, 
$250,000. 

Bank of British North America. In- 
corporated by royal charter, 1840; 1-0 
Sansome street; J C. Welsh and I A. b. 
Ireland, agents. Capital stock » 4 m, ..- 
500- amount subscribed $4,is6b.500, 
amount paid in coin, $4,866,500; reserve. 
$■• 33 5 020; total number of shares of 
stock issued, 20.000; the amount paid on 
each share of stock. $243.33. 

Bank of California. See The Bank of 
California. 

Bank of Italy. Incorporated August 
10 1904' northwest corner Montgomery 
and Clay streets; L. Scatena. President; 
A. P. Gianninl, Vice-President; A. Pedn- 
ni Cashier. Capital stock, $500,000. 
Branch. 3343 Mission street. 

Bank of San Francisco. See The Bank 
of San Francisco. 

California Safe Deposit and Trust 
Company. Corner California and Mont- 
gomery streets. E. J. Le Breton. Re- 
California Saving's and Loan Society 
(in liquidation), David Parquharson, 
President; Charles D. Farquharson, Sec- 
retary. 801 Van Ness Avenue. 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, The ( San 
Francisco Branch). Southeast corner 
California and Sansome streets; G. W. 
B. Heathcote. Acting Manager. Capital, 
$10,000,000; reserve, $5,000,000. 

Canton Bank, I. P. Allen, Manager, 
Clay and Kearny streets. 

Central Trust Company of California. 
Incorporated January 29, 1903; northeast 
corner Montgomery and Sansome streets; 
Charles F. Leege, President; Charles C. 
Moore, W. A. Frederick. Gavin McNab, 
Vice-Presidents; B. G. Tognazzi, Cashier. 
Paid up capital and surplus. $1,500,000. 
Citizens State Bank. F. J. Symmes. 
Receiver. Monadnock Building. 

City and County Bank. Incorporated 
April 23 1902; southeast corner Sixth 
and Stevenson streets: A. J. Lowenberg, 
President; D. V. Merle, Vice-President; 
A. Tonn, Cashier. Directors — Matthew 
Nunan, Otto A. Jungblut. C. A. Malm, 
L. Auerbach, A. J. Lowenberg, L. V. 
Merle, A. Tonn. 

Columbus Savings and Loan Society. 
Incorporated January IS. 1S93; 700 Mont- 
gomery street; capital stock, $300,000; 
paid lip. $130,000; reserve fund, $114,- 
699.44; I. W. Hellman, Jr.. President. G. 
Bacigalupi, Vice-President; W J De 
Martini. Cashier 

Commercial Bank and Trust Company. 
See The United States National Bank 

Crocker National Bank of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized August 31, 1SSS; junc- 
tion Montgomery. Post and Market 
streets; William H. Crocker, President; 
C. B. Green, Vice-President; James F. 
Fagan, Vice-President; W. Gregg, Jr., 
Cashier; C. F. Baker, G. W. Ebner and 
W. R. Berry, Assistant Cashiers. Capi- 
tal stock, $1,000,000, paid in coin; 
surplus fund, $2,000,000. Directors — 
William H. Crocker. George Crocker, C. 
E Green. E. B. Pond, G. W. Scott. H. T. 
Scott A. F. Morrison, Charles T. Crocker, 
Frank G. Drum, James J. Fagan, W. 
Gregg, Jr. 

Donohoe Kelly Banking- Company. In- 
corporated March 1, 1891; northeast 
corner Montgomery and Sutter streets; 
Joseph A. Donohoe. President; John 
P.ermingham, Vice-President; Edward 
Donohoe, Cashier and Secretary; J. E. 
Fitzpatrick. Assistant Cashier. Author- 
;.,,^i rir.itnl stork SI 000 000; amount 



subscribed, $650,000; amount paid in 
coin $650,000; total number of shares ot 
stock issued, 6,500; amount paid on each 
share of stock, $100. Directors— Joseph 
D Grant, J. A. Donohoe, Eugene Kelly. 
John Bermingham, George Whittell, R. 
H Pease, Edward Donohoe, C. de Guigne, 
E. L. Eyre. Foster P. Cole. 

First Federal Trust Co. of San Fran- 
cisco, northwest corner Post and Mont- 
gomery streets. J. G. Hooper, Manager 

First National Bank of San Francisco. 
See The First National Bank of San 
Francisco. 

French American Bank. Incorporated 
January 6, 1903; 110 Sutter street; 
Charles Carpy. President; Arthur Legal- 
let Vice-President; Leon Bocqueraz, 
Vice-President; John Ginty, Cashier; M. 
Girard, Assistant Cashier; Capital, $1.- 
000,000 paid in. Directors — Dr. J. £•■ 
Artigues, O. Bozio, Leon Bocqueraz. J. A. 
Bergerot, Charles Carpy, J. M. Dupas, J. 
SGodeau, N. C. Cabin. George Beleney, 
H. De St Seine, A. Legallet. 

French Saving's Bank. Reincorporated 
March 10. 1S79; 110 Sutter street; 
Charles Carpy President; A. Legalltt 
Vice-President; Leon Bocqueraz, Second 
Vice-President; A. Bosquet. Secretary. 
Capital stock, $600,000; amount sub- 
scribed, $600,000; amount paid in coin 
$6nn nOO; total number of shares ot stock 
issued, 6.000; amount paid on each share 
of stock, $100. Directors— A Lesallet. 
Dr. J. E. Artigues. O. Bozia Leon Boc- 
oueraz, J. A. Bergerot, C. Carpy J. M. 
Dupas J. S. Godeau. John Ginty, Charles 
Carpy, George Beleney, H. De St Seine. 

German Savings and Loan Society. In- 
corporated February 10, 186b; o^b Cali- 
fornia street; N. Ohlandt President 
Daniel Meyer, Vice-President; Erml 
Rohte, Second Vice-President; AH K. 
Schmidt. Cashier; William Heirrnann. 
Assistant Cashier; George Tourny, Sec- 
retary A. H. Muller, Assistant Secre- 
tary; Capital stock, $1,200,000; on amount 
subscribed. $1,200,000; amount paid I in 
coin, $1,000,000; total number of shares 
of stock issued, 1,200; amount paid on 
each share of stock $833.33. Directors— 
N. Ohlandt, Daniel Meyer Emil Roht. 
Ignatz Steinhart, I. N. Walter, J. W. Van 
Bergen, F. Tillmann, Jr., E. T. Kruse and 
W. S. Goodfellow. 

Golden Gate Bank. Northeast corner 
Laguna and Post 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society 
The. Incorporated April 12, 1S59; rein- 
corporated August 30, 1S64; corner Mar- 
ket McAllister and Jones streets; James 
R. Kelly, President; Richard M. Tobin, 
Secretary 

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor- 
poration. (Agency.) Capital paid "P. 
$15,000,000; reserve funds $31.01 00. 
reserve liability of shareholders $10,000,- 
000 San Francisco Agency, 411 Mont- 
gomery street. W. H. Harries, Agent. 

Humboldt Savings Bank. Incorporated 
November 24. 1S69; south side of Market 
street near Fourth street; G. H. Luch- 
singer President; W. E. Palmer, Cashier. 
Capital stock, $600,000; amount sub- 
scribed $600,000; amount paid in coin, 
$600,000. Directors— G. H Luchsmger, 
G. X. Wendling. Williani H. Crocker, I. 
Kohn W. A. Frederick. Rudolph Herold, 
Jr., George L. Payne, W. E. Palmer, A. D. 

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Mills Building. Thomas H. Hubbard. 
President; James S. Fearon, Vice-Presi- 
dent; William H. High, Manager. Capital. 
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Italian-American Bank. Incorporated 
March 16. 1899. Southwest corner Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento streets. A. 
Sbarboro, President; Henry J. Crocker,. 
Vice-President; A. E. Sbarboro. Cashier; 
R A. Sbarboro. Assistant Cashier. Capi- 
tal subscribed. $1,000,000. Paid up, $750,- 
000 Directors — A. Sbarboro. Henry J. 
Crocker, P. C. Rossi. L. Demartini, A. J. 
Merle M. J. Fontana. Charles A. Malm, 
G. Garibaldi, Luigi Boitano. 

Ximmon Ginko. 1588 O'Farrell. 
London Paris National Bank of San 
Francisco (Limited). Incorporated Jan- 
uary 9 1884 (succeeded to the business 
of the London Paris and American Bank, 
Ltd., July 1, 1908) northeast corner 
Sansome 'and Sutter streets; Sigmund 
Greenebaum. President; Herbert Fleish- 
hacker, Vice-President and Manager; R. 
Altschul, Cashier. Capital stock. $2,500,- 
000; amount subscribed, $2,500,000; 
amount paid in coin, $2,000,000; reserve. 
$1,200,000; total number of shares of 
stock issued, 25.000; amount paid on 
each share of stock. $80. Directors — 
J. C. McKinstry, Sigmund Greenebaum, 
H Fleishhacker, Raphael Weill, Louis 
Sloss, M. Fleishhacker, J. J. Mack. 

"Mechanics Saving's Bank. Incorporated 
January 21. 1904, northeast corner Mar- 
ket and' Mason streets. James O'B Gunn, 
President; George D. Gray and George F. 
Lyon Vice-Presidents; John L. Calkins, 
Secretary and Cashier. Capital paid in 
coin, $250,000. Directors — James O'B. 
Gunn, George D. Gray, George F. Lyon. 
James J. Fagan, Marshal Hale. Frank 
M. Greenwood. Henry Van Bergen, 
George M. Mitchell. Charles C. Moore. 
Henry T. Scott. 

Mercantile Trust Company of San 
Trancisco. Organized, 1S99; 464 Cali- 
fornia street. W. G. Irwin, President; 
Henry T. Scott. Vice-President; John 
Dempster McKee. Vice-President and 
Cashier; W. F. Berry and O. Ellinghouse, 
Assistant Cashiers. Capital and surplus, 
$4,000,000. 

Merchants National Bank of San Fran- 
cisco. Incorporated November 7, 1906; 
Chronicle Building. Charles Nelson, 
President; Lewis I Cowgill, Vice-Presi- 
dent; L. M. Macdonald, Cashier. 

Metropolis Trust and Savings Bank. 
Market and New Montgomery streets, 
and 1370 Sutter street. A. A. Watkins. 
President; C. Grange. Vice-President and 
Manager; F. R. Cook, Cashier. Capital 
stock paid in. $748,433.61; surplus. $106.- 
000. 

Mission Bank. See The Mission Bank. 
Mutual Saving's Bank of San Prancis- 
co. Incorporated November 21, 1889; 
706 Market street, opposite Third street. 
James D. Phelan. President; George A. 
Storv, Cashier; C. B. Hobson, Assistant 
Cashier; A. E. Curtis, Second Assistant 
Cashier. Capital stock, $1,000,000; 
amount subscribed. $1,000,000; amount 
paid in coin, $300,000; total number of 
shares of stock issued 10,000; amount 
paid on each share of stock, $30. 
Directors — James D. Phelan, J. K. Mof- 
fltt, John A. Hooper, J. C. McKinstry, 
Rolla V. Watt, F. J. Sullivan, Rudolph 
Spreckels, Charles Holbrook. 

Nevada National Bank. See Wells 
Fargo Nevada National Bank of San 
Francisco. 

Portuguese American Bank. Southwest 
corner Front and Clay streets. 

Renters' Loan and Trust Co, 131-135 
Hayes. George M. Perine, President; C. 
S. Scott, Vice-President and Cashier. 
Capital paid up, $100,000; surplus $100,- 



Russo-Chinese Bank Agency. (Organ- 
ized 1895); 415 Montgomery street. Paul 
up Capital, reserves and participation 
( 'hinese Imperial Government. S12.298.10i.. 
Head office. St. Petersburg. C. Schulz.Mgr. 
San Francisco Savings Union. Incor- 
porated June 18, 1862; Northwest corner 
California and Montgomery streets. E. a. 
Pond, President; W. C. B. de Fremery, 
Vice-President; C. O. G. Miller. \ ice- 
President; Lovell White, Cashier, R. M. 
Welch Assistant Cashier. Capital stock. 
$1,000,000, paid up. Directors — V\ akefield 
Baker W. C. B. de Fremery, Frederick 
H Beaver, William A. Magee. Jacob 
Barth E. B. Pond, C. O. G. Miller, John 
F. Merrill, H. C. Breeden. 

Savings and Loan Society. Incorpor- 
ated July 23, 1S57; 101 Montgomery 
street Arthur A. Smith. President; James 
J Fagan First Vice-President; George 
D Greenwood. Second Vice-President; 
William A. Boston, Cashier. Capital 
stock $1,000,000. 

Scandinavian-American Savings Bank. 
Chronicle Building. Charles Nelson, 
President; L. M. MacDonald, Cashier. 

Seaboard National Bank, 46 Market 
street. Robert J. Tyson President; J. E. 
Hall Cashier. Capital, $250,000; surplus, 
$60,096.41. 

Security Savings Bank. Incorporated 
March 2, 1871; 316 Montgomery street. 
William Babcock. President; S L. Abbott, 
Vice-President; Fred W. Ray, Secretary. 

Authorized Capital stock. $1,000, ; 

amount subscribed, $500,000; amount 
paid in coin, $500,000; toal number of 
shares of stock issued, 2.000; amount 
paid on each share of stock, $2o0. 

State Savings and Commercial Bank. 
W. S. Miller, President; C. P. Haag, Sec- 
retary and Manager, 1019 Fillmore. 

Swiss-American Bank. Incorporated 
1896; 1456 Fillmore street; branch. 622 
Montgomery street. Henry Brunner. 
President; T. C. Tognazzini. Vice-Presi- 
dent; Alfred A. Micheletti, Manager. 
Capital stock of the Bank of which this 
is a branch is $1,000,000; amount paid in 
coin $600,000; amount paid on each share 
of stock, $100. 

The Bank of California. Incorporated 
June, 1864: northwest corner California 
and Sansome streets: Homer S. King, 
President; F. B. Anderson, Vice-Presi- 
dent; I. F. Moulton, Cashier. Capital 
stock, $4,000,000; amount paid in, $4,000,- 
iKio; surplus. $ln. 746,004. Directors — 
Homer S. King, J. M. Allen. F. B. Ander- 
son, William Babcock, Antoine Borel, 
Charles R. Bishop. W. D. Clark, G. E. 
Goodman. Edward W. Hopkins, J. F. 
Merrill, Jacob Stern. Joseph S. Tobin 

The Bank of San Prancisco, 1221 Polk 
street. Capital paid up, $200,000. W. 
Frank Pierce, President; James J. Fagan 
and John E. Quinn. Vice-Presidents; W. 
W. Douglas, Cashier. Directors — William 
H. Crocker, George D. Cooper. James J. 
Fagan, A. H. Giannini. Thomas W. Hunt- 
ington, E. E. Johnson, Hugo D. Keil, W. 
Frank Pierce. John E. Quinn, Henry T. 
Scott, C, L. Field 

The First National Bank of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized October, 1870; north- 
west corner Post and Montgomery 
streets: Rudolph Spreckels, President; J. 
K. Moffitt, Cashier. Capital stock. $3,000,- 
000; surplus and undivided profits, $1.- 
750,000. Directors — S. G. Murphy. James 
K. Moffitt. George C. Perkins. James D. 
Phelan, Thomas Jennings, J. VV . Van 
Bergen, J. Downey Harvey, John A. 
Hooper, Rudolph Spreckels, James K. 
Lynch, J. H. Skinner, George Whittell. C. 
E Worden Claus Spreckels. W. S. Martin. 




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The Market Street Bank, 1143 Market 
street. Louis H. Moos^r, Receiver. 

The Mission Bank. Incorporated Feb- 
ruary 7 1903. Sixteenth street and Julian 
avenue. James Rolph, Jr. President; 
Stunt F Smith. Cashier: J. S. Reardon, 
Assistant Cashier. Capital. $200,000. Di- 
r ,.,-ti,rs— James Rolph. Jr.. F. B. Ander- 
sen E W. Hopkins, William Babcock, 
W. H. Crim, G. L. Center, Antoine Borel. 
The San Francisco National Bank. Or- 
ganized 1V-. -ember 1. 1S97; Merchants Ex- 
change Building, 433 California street; 
James K. Wilson. President; William 
Pierce Johnson, Vice-President; C. K. 
Mcintosh. Vice-President; F. W. Wolfe, 
Cashier; C. L. Davis, Assistant Cashier, 
capital paid in coin. $1,000,000; surplus 
and undivided profits, $395,000. Directors 
— William Pierce Johnson, William J. 
Dutton, George A. Pope C.S. Benedict, 
George \ Newhall, W. H. Talbot, H. D. 
Morton, C. K. Mcintosh, J. K. Wilson. 

The Scandinavian Savings Bank of 
San rrancisco, Chronicle Building. 
Charles Nelson, President; L. M. Mac- 
Donald, Cashier. 

The United States National Bank, 1.4 
Fillmore street. Theo. Reichert, Presl- 
denf W L. Grnwall. Vie. '-President; R. 
B. Murdock, Cashier and Manager; L. 
Blair Hesse, Assistant Cashier. 

Union State Bank, Monadnock Build- 
ing. John Tonningsen, President; W. C. 
Hays, Cashier 

Union Trust Company of San Francis- 
co. Incorporated February 6, 1S93; junc- 
tion Montgomery, Post and Market 
streets- Isaias W. Hellman, President: I. 
\V Hellman Jr., Vice-President and 
Manager- Charles J. Deering. Cashier and 
s, ■, i, tary H Van Laiven, Assistant 
Cashier-' 'diaries du Pare, Assistant 
cashier. Capital stock. $1,500,000: 
amount subscribed, $1,490,000; amount 
paid in coin. $1,192,000; total number of 
shares of stock issued, 1,490; amount 
paid on each share of stock, $800. Di- 
rectors — Isaias W. Hellman. William L. 
Gerstle I. W. Hellman, Jr., J. B. Flood, 
Timothy Hopkins, John D. Spreckels. 
George A. Pope, Jacob Stern, Charles 
Holhrook, A. H. Payson. J. Henry Meyer. 
Charles G. Lathrop, E. S. Heller, Charles 

United States National Bank. See The 
Vnited States National Bank. 

Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank 01 
San Francisco. Union Trust Building. 4 
Montgomery street; Isaias W. Hellman, 
President; Frank B. King, Cashier. 

Western National Bank of San Fran- 
cisco. Northeast corner Market and 
Powell streets (James Flood Building). 
John H. Spring, President; F. L. Holland, 
Vice-President; William C. Murdock, Jr.. 

Yokohama Specie Bank The (Ltd>, 
southwest corner Sansome and Commer- 
cial streets. Tar.. Hortsumi. Manager. 

BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONS. 

Catholic Knights of America. Meets 
second Sunday of each month at 1944 
California street. Dr. J. F. Gibbon, Presi- 
ent; J. V. Kane. Secretary. 

Exempt Fire Company. Meetings held 

n the third Monday of each month. 1819 

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French Mutual Benevolent Society. 

Meets second and fourth Monday of each 
month at 402 Sutter street. John Bergez, 
President; E. O. Dupuy, Recording Sec- 
retary __ 



Italian Mutual Benevolent Society, 325 

Montgomery avenue. 

Italian Beali Carabinleri Mutual Aid 
Society, 325 Montgomery avenue 

Journeyman Butchers' Protective ana 
Benevolent Association of the Pacific 
Coast. Meets every Wednesday evening 
at Red Men's Hall, 240 Golden Gate 
avenue. Benjamin Davis, Recording Sec- 
retary. 

Journeymen Shipwrights Association. 
Meets second and fourth Sundays of each 
month at 10 Folsom street 

Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Associa- 
tion. Conrad Trieber, Secretary. Meets 
first Saturday evening of each month at 
2140 Market street 

Ligue d'Henri IV Mutual Benevolent 
Society. Membership 750. Meets at Red 
Men's Hall, 240 Golden Gate avenue. Offi- 
cers: J. Coudeu, President; P. A. Berge- 
rot, Recording Secretary. 

Marine Engineers' Beneficial Associa- 
tion, No. 35. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 45 Steuart street. J. A. Reed, 
President; M. K Anderson, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; John J. Searey, Business 
Manager. 

Merchants Exchange Mutual Benefit 
Association. T. C. Friedlander, Secretary, 
Merchants Exchange Building. 

Musical Fund Society. Meets quarter- 
ly third Thursday in January, April. July 
and October at 12:30 p. m. at 68 Haight 
street. M. Davis, Secretary. 

National Association Letter Carriers of 
America. Golden Gate Branch 214. T. 
L, McKeever, President; John C. Daly. 
Secretary. Meets first Saturday of each 
month at 1739 Fillmore street. 

National Association of Postofflce 
Clerks, Branch No. 8. Joseph Rudee, 
President; H. H. Mullins, Secretary. 
Meets second Saturday of each month at 
B'nai Brith Hall. 

Nord-Deutscher Verein. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays at Hamilton Hall, 
corner Gearv and Steiner streets. C. G. 
Bolsdorff, President. 

Norwegian Aid Society of San Francis- 
co. Meets every third Monday at 2849 
Clay street. A. Bjolatad, President; 
Klaus Olsen. Secretary. 

Order of Scottish Clans. Clan Frasei . 
No 78. Meets on the first and third 
Thursday evenings of each month at 
"l'l Market street. Alexander R. Calder. 
Chief; J. W. Forsyth, Secretary. 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers^ 
Association. Meets the last Saturday ot 
each month Headquarters, 717 Market 
street. S. Moseley Woods, Secretary. 

San Francisco Fire Department Mutual 
Aid Association. George F Maxwell. 
President; E. F. McKittrick, Secretary; 
2547 Folsom street. 

San Francisco Schuetzen-Verein. Meets 
at Stegemann's Hall every second Wed- 
nesday of each month. George H. Bahrs. 
President; John D. Heise, Captain; K. 
Wertheimer, Secretary. 

San Francisco Schwaben Verein. Meets 
second and fourth Thursdays of each 
month at 2401 Folsom street. 

Scandinavian Society. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 1274 Market street. 
Charles Plumhack, President 

St. Peter's G-erman Catholic Benevo- 
lent Society. Meets first Sunday of each 
month at St. Boniface Hall, 123 Golden 
Gate avenue. . 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society. 
Meets second Tuesday of the month at 
400 Kearny street. Ant. Borel, President; 
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Swiss Relief Society. Meets fourth 
Tuesdav of the month at 406 Kearny 
street. Alf. Monotti, President. 

Teachers Mutual Aid Society of San 
Francisco. Meets at Denman School on 
first and third Wednesdays of each month 
at 3:30 p. m. Miss Jessie Smith, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. C. A. Hill. Secretary. 

Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society. 
Meets the second Sunday after the first 
Monday in each month at 933 Market 
street. S. T. Sawyer. President; J. A. 
Sn.-ll. Recording Secretary. 

United States Railway Mail Service 
Mutual Benefit Association. Postoffice 
Ihiilding, room 227. H. J. Neper, Local 
Secretary. 

University of the Pacific Endowment 
Pund Com. Humboldt Bank Building. 
L J. Truman, President and Treasurer; 
Rolla V. Watt, Secretary. Meets at call 
of President. 

Verein Eintracht. Meets every Wed- 
nesday at 237 Twelfth street. Louis 
Schmidt, President; E. J. Schmieder, 
Secretary. 

Widows and Orphans Aid Association 
of the San Francisco Police Department, 
embraces the whole police force of San 
Francisco, with the object of protecting 
and endowing their widows and orphans 
in case of death. Meets at police head- 
quarters, 64 Eddy street, second Friday 
of each month at 3 p. m. John Cronin, 
President; John J. O'Meara, Recording 
Secretary. 

Young- Men's Institute (R. C). Office, 
92 Sanchez street. Officers of the Grand 
Council — James P. Sex, Grand President; 
George A. Stanley, Grand Secretary; 
William T. Aggeler, Grand Treasurer. 

Y. M. I. lecture Bureau, 92 Sanchez 
street. 

Young- ladies' Institute, 92 Sanchez 
street. Miss Josephine T. Molloy, Grand 
Secretary. Office. 1009 Fell street. 



BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

Associated Charities. Organized March, 
1SS8; 1500 Jackson street. Meets last 
Friday at 3:30 p. m. Directors — Osgood 
Putnam, President: Miss Katherine C. 
Felton, General Secretary. 

Austrian Military and Benevolent So- 
ciety. Meets every second and fourth 
Wednesdays at 566 Fulton street. C. 
Petrusich. President; George Mostahl- 
nich, Secretary. 

British Benevolent Society of Cali- 
fornia. Annual meeting second Tues- 
day in May at British Consulate, 268 
Market street. Officers — Walter R. Hearn, 
H. B. M. Consul General, Honorary 
President; Major H. D. Gerrard, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer. 

California Prison Commission, 369 
First street. Charles Montgomery, Pres. 
Eureka Benevolent Society. Organized 
October, 1850, to assist poor and needy 
Hebrews in want or sickness. Office, 
1768 O'Farrell street. Henry Sinsheimer, 
President; Meyer H. Levy, Secretary. 

Prancesca Relief Society. Incorporat- 
ed April 25, 189S, although the society 
has been engaged in relief work since 
1877. Its object is to assist the deserv- 
ing poor. The membership is composed 
of honorary and active members. Meet- 
ings are held every Wednesday forenoon 
at 2211 Hayes street. Mrs. Bertha Welch, 
foundress; Mrs. Eugene Lent, President. 
German General Benevolent Society 
The. Owns and controls the German Hos- 
'pital. Paul A. Kamenz, general agent. 
Office, Noe and Fourteenth streets. 



German Ladies' General Benevolent 
Society. Meets on the first day of each 
month at Jackson and Polk streets, room 
3. Mrs. F. Fehleisen, President; Mrs. 
C. A. Burns, Secretary. 

Golden Gate Kinderg-arten Association. 
Organized October 6, 1879; incorporated 
October 6, 18S4. Its object is the estab- 
lishment and maintenance of free Kin- 
dergartens in San Francisco, and the 
sustaining of a free Normal Training 
School for Kindergartners. Mrs. Phoebe 
A. Hearst, Honorary President; Mrs. Ira 
Pierce, Honorary Vice-President; Miss 
Virginia Fitch, President; Mrs. Louis 
Sloss, First Vice-President; Mrs. Cyrus 
Walker, Second Vice-President; Mrs. 
Silas Palmer and Mrs. T. D. Boardman, 
Secretaries; Mrs. E. B. Cutler, Treasurer; 
Miss Anna M. Stovall, Normal Instruc- 
tor. Office, 1625 California street, room 15. 
Hebrew Board of Relief. Meets at 176S 
O'Farrell street. Henry Sinsheimer, 
President. Meyer H. Levy, Secretary. 

Homeopathic Dispensary. Hahnemann 
Hospital College, southwest corner Maple 
and Sacramento streets. 

Jewish ladies' Relief Society. Meets 
at 1768 O'Farrell street. Mrs. Henry 
Waugenheim, President; Meyer H. Levy, 
Secretary. 

Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society. 
Organized January 7, 1887. Object — to as- 
sist its members during sickness and to 
help the members' widows and families. 
Meets last Saturday of each month at 
800 Kentucky street. Frank L. Noriega, 
Secretary. 

"Master Mariners Benevolent Associa- 
tion. Meets every Thursday evening at 
82 Market street. Edward J. Fisher, 
President; A. P. Lorenzen, Secretary. 

Occidental Kinderg-arten Association. 
Free Kindergarten located at Seventeenth 
street and Potrero avenue. Mrs. A. L. 
Armer, President. Miss J. Newman, 
Treasurer. 

Ohaha Shalom Benevolent Society. 
Meets first Sunday in each month at 961 
Golden Gate avenue. 

Pacific Humane Society. Claus Spreck- 
els Building, Third and Market streets. 
Frank J. Kane, Secretary. 

Pixley Memorial Pree Kindergarten. 
2259 Filbert street. 

Pope and Walker Memorial Pree Kin- 
derg-arten, 1714 Greenwich street 

San Prancisco Children's Orphanage. 
E. L. Wardham, Secretary, 4047 Twenty- 
fifth street. 

San Prancisco Commercial Travelers' 
Association. Meets first and third Tues- 
days in each month at 222 Van Ness ave- 
nue. 

San Prancisco Pruit and Plower Mis- 
sion, 1372 Jackson street. Hilda St.-in- 
hart. President; Miss Meta Thompson, 
secretary. 

San Prancisco Polyclinic, The, 44 3 
Fillmore street. J. Wilson Shiels, M. D., 
President; Martin Regensburger, M. D., 
Secretary. 

San Prancisco Settlement Association. 
Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst, President; Mrs. 
Mary W. Kincaid. Chairman of the Coun- 
cil- Miss Eugenie Schenk, Head Worker: 
William Hutton. Director of Boys- 
Clubs. The Settlement House, known as 
the "South Park Settlement," is located 
at No. 720 Treat avenue. San Francis- 
co Boys' Club, formerly 740 Bryant 
street, now a part of San Francisco Set- 
tlement and under its direction, having 
united with it September, 1898. 



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San Francisco Society for the Preven- 
tion of Cruelty to Animals. John Parr.- 
ridge President: Matthew MeCurrie, Sec- 
retary, 2514 Sixteenth street. 

San Francisco Society for the Protec- 
tion of Children, 4047 Twenty-fifth 
street. E. S. Wadham, Secretary. 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Par- 
ticular Council meets on second Thurs- 
day of each month in the Hall of St. 
Man's Cathedral, Van Ness avenue and 
O'Farrell street. Spiritual Director, Very 
Rev. J. J. Prendergast, V. G. 

St. Andrews' Society. Organized Sep- 
tember 21 1863; Incorporated August 4, 
lM', r , Meets every Monday evening at 
926 Golden Gate avenue. J. C. Pyfe, 
President; Robert H. Murray, Recording 
Secretary. 

St. Ignatius Training School for Oirls. 
Potrero avenue, near Eighteenth street. 

Stanford Memorial Free Kindergarten. 
117 Thirtieth. 

The California Society for the Preven- 
tion of Cruelty to Children. Meets first 
Thursday each month at 3:30 p. m. at 
room 502. Hibernia Building 11 Jones 
street E W. Newhall, President; Geo. 
A. Newhall, Treasurer; M. J. White, Sec- 
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and Adornment 

— of— 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

704 Market Street. 
James D. Phelan, President. 

BOARD OF TRADE. 

— of 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

at 106 Pine Street. 
Organized April, 1877. Objects— To 
protect the interests of its members, 
prevent settlements without full investi- 
gation resist inequitable and fraudulent 
settlements, and bring about joint action 
in the collection of debts. A. A. Watkins, 
President; Joseph Kirk, Attorney; H. L. 
Smith, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA PROMOTION 
COMMITTEE. 

Union Square. 
The object of this committee is to ad- 
vertise the resources and to promote the 
settlement and development of the State 
of California. Visitors invited. Rufus P. 
Jennings, Chairman. 



CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD 
OF TRADE 

Offices and Exhibit Hall, Union Perry 
Building. 
Arthur R. Briggs, President and Man- 
ager; C. M. Wooster. Vice-President; 
George X. Wendling, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; A. L. McDonald, Secretary. De- 
voted to State development and giving 
free information as to the resources and 
possibilities of California 



CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

—of— 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

221-223 Merchants Exchange Building, 
431 California Street. 

C. H. Bentley, President; George E. 
Butler. Vice-President; George D. Gray, 
Second Vice-President; Chester W.Burks, 
Secretary. Treasurer and Librarian. 
Trustees — W. P. Barnes, William L. 
Gerstle, William H. Marston, William 
Matson, William G. Mugan, James K. 
Moffitt, James McNab. Charles C. Moore, 
H. F. Prien, James Rolph, Jr., Henry 
Rosenfeld, James Tyson. 

Italian Chamber of Commerce. A pro- 
tective association organized for the 
purpose of promoting business relations 
between California and Italy and vice 
versa. Office, 712 Montgomery street; 
Joseph Caiegaris, President; G. UntI, 
Secretary. 



MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION 

— of 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Room 1233 Merchants Exchange 
Building. . 
Frank J. Symmes, President; Andrew 
M. Davis. First Vice-President; Hart- 
land Law Second Vice-President; Byron 
Mauzv. Treasurer; L. M. King. Secre- 
tary; Frank M. Todd. Editor. Diectors — 
Criistav Brenner. David Bush. Andrew M. 
Davis J. A. Eveleth, F. J. Koster, Hart- 
land Law Byron Mauzy, C. K. Mcintosh, 
H W. Postlethwaite, F. G. Sanborn. W. 
G Stafford, R. H. Swayne, F. J. Symmes, 
A. H. Vail. 



CEMETERIES. 



Calvary. Between Geary and Turk 
streets. Broderick street and Masonic 
avenue'; entrance end of Ellis street. 

City (closed). Thirty-fourth avenue 
and Clement street. 

Cypress lawn. San Mateo County; of- 
fice, 350 Post street; crematory. 

Eternal Home Cemetery. San Mateo 
County. 

G. A. R. Cemetery Association. Office 
1959 Geary street. 

Hills of Eternity. San Mateo County, 

Holy Cross. San Mateo County. 

Home of Peace. San Mateo County. 

Italian Cemetery. Colma. 

laurel Hill. Presidio avenue, between 
Post and California streets; entrance end 
of Bush street. 

Masonic. Turk street, between Ma- 
sonic and Parker avenues. Office, Mo- 
nadnock Building. 

Mission Dolores (closed). Corner Six- 
teenth and Dolores streets. 

Mount Olivet Cemetery Association. 
Office, Grant Building. 

Mountain View Cemetery Association. 
Terminus Piedmont avenue, Oakland. 

National. Presidio Reservation. 
Odd Fellows'. Point Lobos avenue 
near First avenue 

Salem. San Mateo County. 

St. Michael's. San Mateo County. 



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CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

Covenant Baptist Church. Richmond 

Hall, 325 Fourth avenue. Rev C. C. Wil- 
lett. Pastor. 

Emmanuel Baptist Church of San 
Francisco. Bartlett street, between 
Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets. 
Rev. J. Gibson, Pastor; residence, 131 
Bartlett street. 

First Baptist Church. Temporary lo- 
cation, 1620 O'Farrell street, near Fill- 
more street. George E. Burlingame. 
Pastor; residence 924 Guerrero street. 

First Free Baptist Church. 330 Twenty- 
fourth avenue, Richmond District. Rev. 
T. O. Comstock, Pastor. 

First German Baptist Church. Corner 
Seventeenth and Dearborn streets. Rev. 
H. D. Dietz, Pastor. 

First Swedish Baptist Church. Corner 
Seventeenth and Dearborn streets. Rev. 
John P. Rocquist, Pastor; residence 311 
Vienna street. 

Hamilton Square Baptist Church. 1975 
Post street, between Fillmore and Steiner 
streets. Louis J: Sawyer, Pastor; resi- 
dence 1975 Post street. 

CHRISTIAN. 
First Christian Church. Duboce av- 
enue and Noe street. Rev. Frank S. Ford, 
Pastor; residence 2065 Market street. 

Tenth Avenue Christian Church. 13.">5 
Tenth ave. Rev. R. B. McKnight. Pastor. 
Twenty-fourth Street Christian Church 
4176 Twenty-fourth street. 

West Side Christian Church. 2520 
Bush street. Robert Lord Cave, Pastor; 
residence 2339 Devisadero street. 
CONGREGATIONAL. 
Bethany Congregational Church. Bart- 
lett street near Twenty-fifth street. 
Rev. Samuel C. Patterson, Pastor, resi- 
dence 394 Elizabeth street. 

Bethlehem Congregational Church. 
Vermont street, near Twenty-fourth 
street. Rev. O. L. Corbin, Pastor; resi- 
dence 2208 Twenty-fourth street. 

First Congregational Church. S. E. 
corner Post and Mason streets. Rev. 
George C. Adams, D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence 2710 Devisadero street. 

Fourth Congregational Church. Green 
street, near Stockton street. Rev. E. L. 
Walz, Pastor; residence 1021 Greenwich 

Mayflower Congregational Church. 

North side Green street, near Pierce 
street. Rev. N. C. Gause, Pastor; resi- 
dence 2118 Mission street. 

Ocean View Congregational Church. 
North side Broad street, near Plymouth 
avenue. 

Olivet Congregational Church. S. W. 
corner of Noe and Seventeenth streets. 
R. K. Ham, Pastor; residence 514 Church 
street. 

Park Congregational Church. 1649 
Hayes street. Theophilus R. Earl, Pas- 
tor'; residence 1649 Hayes street. 

Pilgrim Congregational Church. Rev. 
Noah G. Gause. Pastor; residence 211S 



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Congregational Church. 

Post street, between Bu- 

Webster streets. Rev. 

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North side 
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I. C. Meser . 
1739 Buchanan street. 

Richmond Congregational Church. Cor- 
ner Seventh avenue and Clement street. 
Rev. Charles E. Chase, Pastor; residence 
277 Seventh avenue. 

Sunset Congregational Church. Ninth 
avenue, above K street. M. W. Meserve. 



Pastor; .residence 2223 Atherton street. 
Berkeley. 

Swedish Mission Tabernacle (Congre- 
gational). Corner Dolores and Dorland 
streets. Carl Anderson, Pastor; residence 
71 Pierce street. 

EPISCOPAL. 
All Saints' Church. Nortli side of 
Waller street, between Masonic avenue 
and Ashbury street. Rev. V\ . E, Hayes, 
Rector; residence. 1162 Haight street. 

Cathedral Mission of the Good Sama- 
ritan. 246 Second street. 

Church of St. John the Evangelist. 
Fifteenth street near Julian avenue. Rev. 
Louis C. Sanford, Rector; residence 
Berkeley. 

Church of St. Mary the Virgin. South- 
west corner Union and Steiner streets. 

Church of the Advent. Eleventh street 
near Market street. Rev. Charles N. 

Lathrop, Rector. 

Episcopal Church Missions. 1099 I 

Holy Innooents' Memorial Church. 

Fair Oaks street between Twenty-fifth 
and Twentv-sixth streets. Rev. H. B. 
Collier Rector; residence 448 Fair Oaks. 
St. Andrew By The Sea Protestant 
Episcopal Church. 1338 Forty-seventh 

St. James Protestant Episcopal 
Church. Clement street near 6th avenue. 
Rev. S. J. Lee, Rector; residence 269 
Fifth avenue. 

St. Luke's Church. South side Clay 
street between Polk and Van Ness 
avenue. 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church. bouth 
side California street near Steiner street. 
Rev. W. M. Reilly, Pastor; residence 
2427 California street. 

St. Peter's Church. Episcopal. West 
side Jones street near Lombard street. 
Rev. W. M. Bours, Pastor. 

St. Stephen's Church. North side of 
Fulton street, between Webster and Fill- 
more streets. Rev. Cecil Marrack, Rec- 
tor; residence 2140 Golden Gate avenue. 
Trinity Church. Northeast corner 
Bush and Gough streets. Rev. F. W. 
Clampett, Rector; residence 1S2< Pacific 
avenue. 

EVANGELICAL. 
Alice Hollman Memorial Church. 
West side of Paris street, near China 
avenue. 

Salem Evangelical Church (German). 
Northeast corner Twenty-second and 
Shotwell streets. Rev. W. H. Althouse, 
Pastor; residence 747 Shotwell street. 

St. Luke's German Evangelical Church. 
Fifteenth street near Church street. Rev. 
Alfred Meyer. Pastor; residence )m.( 
Eighteenth street. 

United Evangelical Church (German). 
North side Twenty-fourth street, be- 
tween Treat avenue and Harrison 
streets. Rev. Gerhard Hulsebus, Pastor; 
residence 3024 Twenty-fourth street. 
GREEK RUSSIAN. 
Trinity Cathedral of the Holy Ortho- 
dox Church. 130(1 Octavia street. Right 
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HEBREW. 
Congregation Beth-Israel. South side 
Gearv street, between Octavia and La- 
guna streets. Rev. M. S. Levy, Rabbi; 
residence 1230 Ellis street. J. Rabino- 
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Congregation B'nai David and Mikva 
Israel. Nineteenth street, between Va- 
lencia and Guerrero streets. Rev. D. 
Falk, Rabbi. 

Congregation Emanu-El. Sutter street, 
between Powell and Stockton streets. 
E. J. Stark, Cantor. 

Congregation Kenesetli Israel. Tem- 
porary location, 1232 Steiner street. 
Isaac Baer, Secretary; residence 925 Ed- 
Congregation Ohabia Shalome. 1881 
Hush street. Rev. B. M. Kaplan, Rabbi. 
Rev. M. Salomon, Cantor. 

Congregation Shereth Israel. North- 
east corner California and Webster 
streets Dr. Jacob Nieto, Rabbi; resi- 
dence 1769 Bush street. Alexander L. 
Badt, Secretary. 

LUTHERAN. 

Bethlehem Norsk Evangelical Luther- 
an Church, 3445 Seventeenth street. 
Rev. J. H. Meyer, Pastor. 

Finnish Seamen's Mission. 554 Har- 
rison street. Rev. Lauri R. Ahlman, 
Pastor. 

First English Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Gearv street near Gough street. 
Rev. Edwin H". Hadlock, Ph. D., Pastor. 

First Finnish Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. 554 Harrison street. Lauri R. 
Ahlman, Pastor. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Zion's 
Church. Ninth avenue and A street. 
Rev. M. H. Liebe, Pastor; residence 507 
Fourth avenue. 

St. Johannes German Evangelical 
Lutheran Church. Twenty-second street. 
between Howard and Capp streets. Rev. 
J. H. Schroeder, Pastor; residence 3126 
Twentv-second street. 

St. Markus German Evangelical Luth- 
eran Church. South side O'Farrell 
street between Franklin and Gough 
streets Rev. J. Fuendeling, Pastor; 
residence, 1133 O'Farrell street. 

St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Corner Dolores and Dorland 
streets Rev. Hermann Gehrcke, Pastor; 
residence 5S7b Dolores street. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical Luth- 
eran Church. 1421 Howard street. Rev. 
W. Schmidt. Pastor; residence 1419 How- 
ard street. 

St. Faulus' German Evangelical Luth- 
eran Church. Southeast corner Eddy 
and Gough streets. Rev. G. A. Bernthal, 
Pastor; residence 969 Eddy street. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Eben- 
ezer Church. Corner Fifteenth and Do- 
lores streets. Rev. Philip Andreen, Pas- 
tor; residence 208 Dolores^treet. 

Trinity English Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. 2222 Howard street. Rev. E. 
M. Stensrud, Pastor. 

METHODIST. 
Ashbury Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Southwest corner Seventh and Point Lo- 
bos avenues. Rev. Elmer Grant Keith, 
Pastor. 

Bethel. (Second) African Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 1207 Powell street. 
Rev. A. A. Burleigh. Pastor. 

California Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Southeast corner of Broderick 
and California streets. Rev. H. E. Mil- 
lies, Pastor; residence 2839 Bush street. 
Central Methodist Episcopal Church. 
O'Farrell street, corner Gough street. 
Rev. E. R. Dille, Pastor; residence 44 
Parkside avenue. 

Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Corner Clipper and Sanchez streets. 
Rev. John Troxell, Pastor. 



Fifteenth Avenue Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. Fifteenth Avenue South, 
between N and P streets. Rev. George 
Shaw, Pastor. 

Filbert Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Filbert street near Buchanan 
street. Rev. George E. Jayne, Pastor. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church. 
North side Clay between Larkin and 
Hyde. Rev. Fay Donaldson, Pastor. 

First Norwegian and Danish Method- 
ist Episcopal Church. Seventeenth street 
near Mission street. 

Folsom Street German Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. 888 Folsom street. Rev. 
R F. Steinbach, Pastor; residence 422 
Tehama street. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Corner Twenty-first and Capp streets. 
Rev. George A. Hough, Pastor; residence 
3168 Twenty-first street. 

Hamilton Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Stanyan street between Frederick and 
Cole streets. Rev. G. Avery Reeder. 
Pastor; residence 394 Frederick street. 

Japanese Methodist Episcopal Cnurch. 
2016 Pine street. 

Mission Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Richland avenue and Mission 
street. Rev. Albert E. Ulrich, Pastor: 
residence 193 Fourth Avenue. 

Fotrero Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Missouri street near Twentieth street. 
Rev. B. E. Paddock, Pastor; residence 
353 Mississippi street. 

Richmond Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Fourth avenue, between Point Lobos av- 
enue and Clement street Rev. E. D. 
Raley, Pastor; residence 1815 Point Lo- 
bos avenue. 

St. John's German Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. 3718 Army street. Rev. 

George Guth, Pastor. 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. SOS Folsom street. 

Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church. 
1256 Howard street near Eighth street. 
Rev. J. H. Levendahl, Pastor. 

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Corner Market, Noe and Sixteenth 
streets. Rev. Carl N. Warner, Pastor; 
residence 4031 Seventeenth street. 

Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Southeast corner Hayes and Buchanan 
streets. Rev. E. P. Dennett. Pastor; resi- 
dence 129 Haight. 

METHODIST, SOUTH. 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South. South side Bush street, between 
Gough and Octavia streets. Rev. John 
E. Squires, Pastor; residence 1753 Bush 
street. 

PRESBYTERIAN 

Calvary Presbyterian Church. North- 
west corner Jackson and Fillmore 
streets. Rev. William Rader, D. D., Pas- 
tor; residence 2702 Laguna. 

First Presbyterian Church. Southeast 
cornerVan Ness avenue and Sacramento 
street. Rev. W. K. Guthrie, Pastor. 

First United Presbyterian Church. 
Northeast corner Golden Gate avenue 
and Polk street. Rev. H. H. Bell, D. D., 
Pastor; residence 1548 Fulton street. 

Franklin Street Presbyterian Church. 
Southwest corner Franklin and Vallejo 
streets. Rev. J. T. Wills. D. D., Pastor. 

Holly Park Presbyterian Church. Cal- 
ifornia avenue and Lizzie street. Rev. 
James M. McElhinney, Pastor; residence 
295 California avenue 



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Howard Presbyterian Church. South- 
west corner of Oak and Baker streets. 
Rev. J. S. Thomas, Pastor; residence 4i 
South Broderick street. 

Japanese Presbyterian Church. 1-1 
Haight street. E. A. Sturge, M. D., su- 
perintendent; residence 101 Scott street. 
Lebanon Presbyterian Church. Corner 
Sanchez and Twenty-third streets. Rev 
Roscoe Logan, Pastor; residence 2588 
Pine street. , 

Memorial Presbyterian Church. Corner 
Eighteenth avenue South and Latona 
street. Rev. Herbert N. Bevier, Pastor; 
residence 1606 Fourteenth avenue South. 
Mizpah Presbyterian Church. Har- 
rison street, near Fifth street. Rev F. 
A. Doane. Pastor; residence 192 Haw- 
thorne street. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church. Nine- 
teenth and Missouri streets. Rev., TV . B. 
Parker, Pastor; residence 432 Missouri 
street. „ 

Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church. 
Rev. W. J. Fisher Pastor; residence 1224 
Tenth avenue. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church. First 
avenue corner Lake street. Rev. George 
G. Eldredge, Pastor; residence IS Sixth 

St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. 4227 
K street. Rev. A. R. Willis, Pastor 

Stewart Memorial Second United 
Presbyterian Church. Guerrero street, 
Let ween Twentv-seeond and Twenty- 
third streets. Rev. William E. Dugan, 
Pastor; residence 1074 Guerrero street. 
Trinity Presbyterian Church. South- 
west corner Twenty-third and Capp 
streets. Rev. Edward K. Strong, Pastor; 
residence 3392 Twenty-first street. 

Welsh Presbyterian Church. Four- 
teenth near Valencia streets. Rev. J. 
R. Jones. Pastor 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. 
Southeast corner Page and Webster | 
streets. Rev. Edward A. Weeker, D. D., 
Pastor. 

ROMAN CATHOI.IC. 
Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, Archbishop; 
Very Rev. J. J. Prendergast, Vicar-Gen- 
eral; Rev. Patrick Cummins, Chancel- 
lor; Rev. John J. Cantwell and Rev. 
Charles A. Ramm, Secretaries, 1000 Ful- 
ton street. 

All Hallows Church. Corner of Six- 
teenth avenue South and N street. Rev. 
D. O'Sullivan. Rector; Rev. McKenneally, 
Assistant; residence 17 IS Fifteenth av- 
enue South. 

Church of Corpus Christi. Croke street 
near Mission street. Served by the Sa- 
lesian Fathers. 

Church of St. Charles Borromeo. 
Northwest corner of Eighteenth and 
Shotwell streets. Rev. James J. Gan- 
non, Pastor; Rev. W. J. Butler, Assist- 
ant; residence 390 Shotwell street. 

Church of St. John The Evangelist. 
St Mary's avenue, between Mission 
street and Marsilly avenue. Rev. Peter 
D. Brady, Rector; Rev. John Cantillon. 
Assistant; residence 19 St. Mary s 
avenue. 

Church of the Holy Cross. Eddy 
street, between Scott and Devisadero 
streets. Rev. John F. McGinty, Rector; 
Rev. Patrick Ryan and Rev. William A. 
Galvin, Assistants; residence 1820 Eddy 
street. 

Church of the Most Holy Bedeerner. 
Corner of Diamond and Eighteenth 
streets. Rev. Patrick McGuire, Rector; 
Rev. T. A. Crimmins and Rev. William 
A. Nevin, Assistants; residence 116 Dia- 
mond street. 



Church of the Nativity (Slavonian). 

Fell street between Franklin and Gough 
streets. Rev. Francis Turk, Rector; resi- 
dence 245 Linden avenue. 

Mission Dolores Church. Sixteenth 
and Dolores streets. Rev. P. J. Cum- 
mins Rector; Rev. James Stokes and 
Rev. J. P. Tobin, Assistants; residence 
3321 Sixteenth street. 

Notre Dame des Victoires. North side 
Bush street, between Grant avenue and 
Stockton street. Served by the Marist 
Fathers. Rev. Joseph F. Sollier, S. M., 
Rector; residence 526 Bush street. 

Sacred Heart Church. Corner Fillmore 
and Fell streets. Rev. Joseph P. Mc- 
Quaide, Rector; Rev. Thomas Comerfonl, 
Rev. William Fleming, Rev. William 
Cleary and Rev. William Hughes, Assist- 
ants; residence 546 Fillmore street. 

St. Aggies Church. North side Page 
street near .Masonic avenue. Rev. Mau- 
rice D. Slattery, Rector; Rev. Richard 
Collins, Rev. T. P. Heverin and Rev. 1 . 
O'Malley, Assistants; residence 102o Ma- 
sonic avenue. 

St. Anne's Church. Thirteenth av- 
enue, corner J street. Rev. J. J. McCue. 
Rector; J. Collins, Assistant; residence 
1222 Eleventh avenue. 

St. Anthony's Church (German). Army 
street, between Shotwell and Folsom 
streets. Rev. Placidus Krekeler, O. F. 
M., Rector; residence 3215 Army street. 
St. Boniface's Church (German). 
South side Golden Gate avenue, between 
Jones and Leavenworth streets. Served 
by the Franciscan Fathers. Rev. Maxi- 
milian Neumann, O. F. M.. Superior; res- 
idence 123 Golden Gate avenue 

St. Brendan's Church. Northeast cor- 
ner of Fremont and Harrison streets. 
Rev. Charles E. O'Neile, Rector; resi- 
dence, 320 Harrison street. 

St. Brigld's Church. Van Ness avenue 
and Broadwav street. Rev. John E. Cot- 
tle, Rector; Rev. J. J. Doran, Assistant; 
residence 2117 Van Ness avenue. 

St. Dominic's Church and Monastery. 
Corner Pierce and Steiner streets. 
Served by the Dominican Fathers. Very 
Rev. L. McMahon, Superior. 

St. Francis Church. Vallejo street 
and Montgomery avenue. Rev. Terrence 
Carahar, Rector; residence 620 Vallejo 

St. Ignatius Church. Hayes street, 
near Shrader street. Conducted by the 
Fathers of the Society of Jesus, connec- 
ted with St. Ignatius' College. Rev. J. 
Sasia, Rector; residence 2211 Hayes 
street. 

St. James Church. Twenty-third 
and Guerrero streets. Rev. P. R. Lynch, 
Rector; Rev. John Harnett and Rev. J. 
P. Moran, Assistants; residence 1032 
Guerrero street. 

St. Joseph's Church. Howard and 
Tenth streets. Rev. Patrick E. Mulli- 
gan Rector; Rev. P. J. Keane, Rev. 
Eugene Sullivan and Rev. James Moran, 
Assistants; residence Tenth and Howard 
streets. 

St. Mary's Cathedral. Northwest cor- 
ner Van Ness avenue and O'Farrell street. 
Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, Archbishop; 
Verv Rev. J. J. Prendergast, Vicar-Gen- 
eral; Rev. Charles A. Ramm and Rev. 
John J. Cantwell. Secretaries; Rev. J. Ii. 
Hannigan, Rev. W. P. Sullivan and Rev, 
C. E. Kennedy. Assistants; residence 
1100 Franklin street. 

St. Mary's Church. (Paulist Fathers.) 
Northeast corner California street and 
Grant avenue. Rev. H. H. Wyman, Rec- 
tor' residence 628 California street. 



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St. Michael's Church. Broad street, 
near Plymouth avenue. Rev. James A. 
Cooper, Rector; residence 32 Broad 
street. ' 

St. Patrick's Church. Mission street, 
between Third and Fourth streets. Rev. 
John Rowers Rector; Rev. J. Kevany, 
Assistant; residence 760 Mission street. 

St. Paul's Church. Twenty-ninth and 
Church streets. Rev. M. D. Connolly. 
Rectoi ' Rev. J. J. Dollard and Rev. John 
Power. Assistants; residence 312 Twen- 
ty-ninth street. 

St. Peter's Church. East side of Ala- 
bama street, between Twenty-fourth 
and Twentv-flfth streets. Rev. P. S. 
Casey Rector; Rev. J. Mackey. Rev. H. 
Groga'n, Rev. R. Hunt and Rev. E. Burke, 
assistants; residence 1200 Florida street. 
St. Rose's Church. Brannan street, 
near Fourth street. Rev. D. F. Nugent, 
Rector- Rev. C. E. McMahon, Assistant; 
residence 532 Brannan street. 

St. Teresa's Church. Tennessee street, 
near Nineteenth street. Rev. P. O'Con- 
nell Rector; Rev. John Smyth, Assist- 
ant-' residence 723 Tennessee street. 

St. Vincent De Paul Church. Green 
and Steiner streets. Rev. Martin P. Ryan, 
Rector- Rev. Michael Crotty. Assistant; 
residence 2320 Green street. 

Sts. Pietro e Paolo Church. Filbert 
street and Grant avenue. R. R. Salesian 
Fathers; residence 1600 Grant avenue. 

Star of the Sea Church. Northwest 
corner Point Lobos and Eighth avenues. 
Rev. Philip O'Ryan, Rector; Rev. T. 
Movnihan and Rev. T. Holohan, Assist- 
ant's; residence 371 Eighth avenue. 

Yglesia De Nuestra Senora De Guada- 
lupe. North side Broadway^ between 
Mason and Taylor streets. Rev. A. M. 
Santandreu, Rector; Rev. J. Figols, As- 
sistant; residence 908 Broadway. 
Chapels. 
Holy Names Convent. 

Immaculate Conception. Twenty-fourth 
ind Guerrero streets. 

Little Sisters of the Poor. Corner 
Fourth avenue and Lake street. 

Mag-dalen Asylum. Potrero avenue and 
Twenty-first street. 

Mt. St. Joseph's. South San Francisco. 

Notre Dame Convent. Dolores and Six- 



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Sacred Heart Academy. 

ind Octavia streets. 

Sacred Heart College. Fell and Web- 



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Sisters of the Holy Family. Northeast 
corner Hayes and Fillmore streets. 

St. Agnes' Academy. 545 Ashbury 
street. 

St. Brigid's Convent. 
nue and Broadway. 

St. Catherine's Home. Potrero avem 
near Twenty-first street. 

St. Charles Academy. Eighteenth ai 
Shntwell streets. 

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St. Mary's Hospital. Sutter and De- 
isadero streets. 

St. Mary's Presentation Convent. Eddy 
nd Gough streets. 

St. Rose's Academy. Scott street, be- 
ween Sutter and Post streets. 

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St. Vincent's Convent. Fifth and Clem- 
entina streets. 

Youth's Directory. 3561 Nineteenth 
street. 

SWEDENBORGIAN. 

Pirst Society of the New Jerusalem 
Church. 1624 O'Farrell street. Rev. Wm. 
de Ronden, Pastor; residence 1624 O'Far- 
rell street. 

Second New Jerusalem Church. North- 
west corner Lvon and Washington 
streets. Rev. Joseph Worcester. Pastor; 
residence 1030 Vallejo street. 
UNITARIAN. 

Pirst Unitarian Church. Southwest 
corner Franklin and Geary streets. Rev. 
Bradford Leavitt, Pastor; residence 2oll 
Octavia street. 

Second Unitarian Church. Corner C apj> 
and Twentieth streets. Rev. C. Calvert 
Smoot, Pastor; residence 3470 Twentieth 
street.' 

MISCELLANEOUS CHURCHES. 
Advent Christian Church. 170? Church 
street. 

Buddhist Mission. 1617 Gough street. 

Catholic Apostolic Church. 3776 Eigh- 
teenth street Mvddleton Wood, Pastor; 
residence 654 Church street. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints i Mormon). 1443 Baker street. 
Joseph E. Robinson, Pastor; residence 
1443 Baker street. 

Church of the Nazarene. lo4 Guer- 
rero street. _ , 

Church of the Seventh-Day Advent- 
ists Society of San Francisco. 916 La- 
guna street between Golden Gate avenue 
and McAllister street. Elder E. J. Hlb- 
bard. Pastor; residence 2519 Octavia 

Church of the Transfiguration. Saga- 
more near Capitol avenue. 

Danish Lutheran Church. 152 Church 
street Rev. P- L. C. Hansen, Pastor. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist. 
Southwest corner Sacramento and Scott 
streets Mrs. Dora J. Stanton, First 
Header; residence 1911% Brodenck 



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German Jerusalem Church. 

Merrill and Sweeney streets. 

Jerry McAuley Mission of S 
First street. 

Korean Mission. 2350 California street. 

Mariners' Church. 58 Sacramento street. 

Salvation Army Headquarters. (South- 
ern Pacific Province.) Lieut. Colonel 
and Mrs Charles Miles, Provincial Offi- 
ce s Brigadier Robert Dubbin. General 
Secretary Apollo Building, 1130 Market 

S Salvation Army Industrial and Social 
Department. Major George Reid, Officer 
in charge 1271 Mission street. 

Swedish Tabernacle. Dolores between 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. 

Volunteers of America. Headquarters 
Pacific Coast Regiment, 812 Shotwell 
street- Colonel and Mrs. Walter Duncan. 
Commanding Captains; Rose Lyth, Secre- 
tary. 

Whosoever Will Rescue Mission. 4-75 
Pacific street. 

COLLEGES AND PRIVATE 
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Academy of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion. Guerrero between Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-fifth streets. 

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Betlitz School of languages The. 2531 

Washington street. 

California Conservatory of Music. iUb 
California street. Herman Genss, Presi- 
dent. 

California School of Mechanical Arts 
The? Corner of Sixteenth and Utah 
streets. Horace Davis, President; Edw r, 
Bonnell, Secretary; George A. Merrill, 
Principal. 

Cogswell Polytechnical College. Cor- 
ner of Twenty-sixth and Folsom streets. 
James C. Boobar, Secretary. 

College of Notre Dame. Dolores be- 
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. 
Conducted by Sisters of Notre Dame. 

Deaf and Dumb School. McAllister 
and Franklin streets. Mrs. J. B. Hold- 
en, Principal. 

Hastings College of Law. Law De- 
partment of the University of Califor- 
nia Temporarily at Cooper Medical Col- 
lege Edward Robeson Taylor, Dean; 
James A. Ballantine, Registrar; Pacific 
Building. 

Heald's Business College. E. P. Heald, 
President, 425 McAllister street. 

Irving Institute. 2126 California 
street Miss Ella M. Pinkham, Principal. 
Sacred Heart College. Fell near Fill- 
more street. Conducted by the Brothers 
of the Christian Schools. Brother Lewis, 

'sacred Heart Presentation Convent. 
990 Eddy street. Conducted by the Pre- 

Se San t ' Francisco' Theological Seminary, 
The San Anselmo, Marin County. 

St. Ignatius College. 2211 Hayes 
street. Very Rev. J. Sasia, S. J., Superior 
and President. . 

St. John's German and English Day 
School. Connected with St. Johannes 
Evangelical Lutheran Church, rwenty- 
second. between Capp and Howard 

S St! Joseph's Schools. Corner of Tenth 
and Howard streets. Boys' school, con- 
ducted by the Brothers of Mary Rev 
Brother George, Superior. The Girls 
school is conducted by the bisters of the 
Holy Names. Rev. Mother Mary Mar- 
cella, Superioress. 

St. Paul's German and English School. 
Connected with St. Paul's German Luth- 
eran Church. Corner Eddy and Gough 

St. Hose's Academy. 1605 Scott street. 

Trinity School. 84 6 Stanyan street. 

■Wilmerding School of Industrial Arts. 
Northeast corner Utah and Seventeenth 
streets. George A. Merrill, Director. _ 

Woman's Educational and Industrial 
Union. 1061 Laguna. Miss Clara M. 
Trouette, Manager. 



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CREMATORIES. 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association 
Crematory. Office, Point Lobos avenue, 
near First avenue. 

San Francisco Cremation Company. 
Crematory at Cypress Lawn Cemetery. 

Oakland Cremation Association. Cor- 
ner Howe and Mather streets, Oakland^ 

ALFALFA FARMS CO. 

403 MONADNOCK BUILDING 

Telephone Douglas 2188 Market St., near Third 



Builders' Exchange, The. 180-188. 

Jessie street S. H. Kent, President, J. 
D. McGilvray Jr, Vice-President; James 
A. Wilson, Secretary; M. F. Gale. Treas- 
urer- S. A. D. Schenck, Financial Secre- 
tary.' Exchange hours 12 m. to 2 p. m. 
each day. Building open from 8am. 
to 5 P m. Board of Directors meets last 
Friday of each month at 11:00 a. m. 

Insurance Brokers' Exchange. Room 
206, Merchants Exchange Building. D. 
A. Spencer, Manager. 

Merchants' Exchange, The. 4 31 Cal- 
ifornia street. T. Cary Friedlander Sec- 
retary. Merchants Exchange Building. 

San Francisco Stock and Exchange 
Board. Meetings held daily at 9:30 a. 
m. and 2:30 p. m„ at 339 Bush street. 
A. B. Ruggles, President; E. Epstein, 
Secretary. 

Stock and Bond Exchange. Board 
room Merchants Exchange Building. 
Sessions 10.30 a. m. and 2 p. m. Harry 
Schwartz, Secretary. 



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 
OFFICERS. 

Army United States, Department of 
California ( embracing the States ..1 a- 
ifornia Nevada, and the Hawaiian 
Islands!— Brigadier General Command- 
ing Headquarters, Chronicle Building. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Department Staff— Colonel Joseph 'W, 
Duncan, Chief of Staff-Colonel William 
A. Simpson, Adjutant General, < olonel 
George L. Anderson, Inspector General, 
Major Walter A. Bethel Judge Advo- 
cate; Lieutenant Colonel Robert R. Ste- 
vens, Chief Quartermaster: Lieutenant 
Colonel David L. Brainard, Chief Com- 
missary; Colonel George 11. '1 orney, Chief 
Surgeon; Colonel George R. smith. Chief 
Paymaster; Lieutenant Colonel John Rid- 
dle, Chief Engineer Officer; Major J. 
Walker Benet, Chief Ordnance Officer 
Captain Arthur L. Fuller, Chief Signal 
Officer. 

Quartermaster Department — Lieuten- 
ant Colonel Robert R. Stevens. Assist- 
ant Quartermaster Oeneral. t hiet Qua 
termaster of the Department, Chioncle 
Building, San Francisco, Cal., 1'iist 
Lieutenant Oliver P. M. Hazzard, Sec- 
ond Cavalry. Assistant to the Chief 
Quartermaster of the Department, Chro- 
nicle Building, San Francisco, Cal., 
Lieutenant Colonel J. B. Bellinger, Dep- 
uty Quartermaster General, Depot Quar- 
termaster and General Superintendent 
Army Transport Service, 1086 North 
Point Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Subsistence Department — Lieutenant 
Colonel David L. Brainard, Deputy Com- 
missary General, Chief Commissary ot 
the IteiKirtincnt, Chronicle Building. Mil 
Francisco, Cal.; Captain Henry T. Fer- 
guson, Commissary, Assistant to the 
Chief Commissary of the Department, 
Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.; Major 
Charles R. Krauthoff, Commissary Depot 
and Purchasing Commissary, Subsist- 
ence Superintendent, Army Transport 
Service, 1086 North Point street, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Medical Department— Colonel George 
H. Tornev. Chief Surgeon of the Depart- 
ment ami Medical Superintendent, Array 
Transport Service, Presidio of San Fam- 
cisco, Cal. 

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Pay Department — Colonel George R. 
Smith, Assistant Paymaster General, 
Chief Paymaster of the Department, 
Chronicle 'Building, San Francisco. Cal.; 
Major George E. Pickett, Paymaster, 
Chronicle Building; Captain E. V. Smith, 
Paymaster, and Captain Charles E. Mor- 
ton, Paymaster, Chronicle Building, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Engineer's Department — Lieutenant 
Colonel John Biddle, Corps of Engineers, 
Chief Engineer Office of the Department, 
in charge of river and harbor work, San 
Francisco harbor. Chronicle Building; 
Major Charles H. McKinstry, Corps of 
Engineers, in charge of the works for 
the defense of San Francisco Bay, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Ordnance Department — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel J. Walker Benet, Ordnance Depart- 
ment, Chief Ordnance Officer of the De- 
partment, Benicia Arsenal, Cal. 

Marine Corps, United States. 330 
Jackson street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Assistant Adjutant and Inspector's 
Office. Maior Rufus H. Lane, Assistant 
Adjutant and Inspector. 

Pay Department — Major William C. 
Dawson. Assistant Paymaster. 

Board of United States Pension Exam- 
ining Surgeons, Pirst Board — 1299 
Haight street; Dr. J. C. Crawford, Presi- 
dent; Dr. D. F. Ragan, Secretary. Meet 
Wednesday, hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

Second Board — Room 223 Chronicle 
Building; Dr. J. W. Keeney, President: 
Dr. Thurlow S. Miller, Secretary. Meet 
Tuesday, hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

Branch Hydrographic Office, United 
States Navy — Merchants Exchange 
Building. Lieutenant J. C. Burnett, U. 
S. N.. in charge. 

California Debris Commission — Colonel 
John Biddle (Corps of Engineers. U. S. 
A.) President; Major C. H. McKinstry 
and Captain Thomas H. Jackson (Corps 
of Engineers, U. S. A.) 1733 Pine street. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey (Western 
Coast Division.) Office, 580 Washington 
street. Augustus F. Rodgers and Fre- 
mont Morse, Assistants. San Francisco; 
Harrie S. Ballard, Tide Observer, San 
Francisco. 

Collector of the Port — Frederick S. 
Stratum, office, 49 Appraisers Building; 
Henry E. Farmer. Chief Clerk; Newton 
S. Farley and William B. Hamilton, Dep- 
uties; Clement G. Perkins. Auditor; E. 
P. Matteson. Cashier; Luther Osborne, 
Adjuster of Duties; Fletcher L. Wooster, 
Weigher; James D. Whalen, Gauger. 

Internal Revenue Collector — August 
E. Muenter; P. J. Haskins, Chief Deputy; 
John M. Piatt, Cashier. 

Master and Examiner in Chancery, U 
S. Circuit Court and U. S. Commission- 
er — E. H. Heacock, room 214-309 Post- 
office Building; Clerk, A. B. Kreft. 

National Quarantine Station — Angel 
Island. 



uty. 

Postoffice — Seventh and Mission 
streets. Arthur G. Fisk, Postmaster; 
Hull McClaughry, Assistant; R. W. Mad- 
den. Superintendent of City Delivery; 
Stuart Ahlrich. Superintendent of Money 
cm. I.r Division; A. L. Adams. Superin- 
tendent of Registry Division; Dennis 
Coyne, Superintendent of Mails; Carl- 
ton \Y. Seely. Superintendent General 
Service Division; Isaac Wertheimer, 
* Jashier. 

Branch Offices — Ferry Station, East 
opposite Mission; A. Hir.'i Sacramento; B, 
120 Jackson; C, 2664 Mission; E. Third 



near Brannan; G, 4304 Eighteenth; H. 
602 Hayes; J, 1208 Masonic avenue; L, 
Ocean View; M, Eighth avenue and Cle- 
ment; O, Franklin and Fern avenue; 
Presidio, Presidio Military Reservation. 
Stations (money order, registry and 
stamps only) No. 1, 118U Kentucky; No. 
2, 122 Third; No. 3, 1702 Devisadero; 
No. 4. 9 California; No. 5, Twenty-fourth 
and Castro; No. 6, 3315 Mission; No. 7. 
3600 Point Lobos avenue; No. 8, Forty- 
ninth avenue and J; No. 9, 509 Montgom- 
ery avenue; No. 10. 2937 Twenty-fourth; 
No. 11, Haight and Shrader; No. 12, Lee 
and Hollowav avenues; No. 13 1961 Mis- 
sion; No. 14, 594 Castro; No. 15. 501 
Third avenue; No. 16, 439 Duboce ave- 
nue; No. 17, 1976 Union; No. 18, 1674 
Geary; No. 19, 2975 Diamond; No. 20, 
southwest corner Baker and Fulton; No. 
22, southwest corner Sacramento and 
Baker; No. 24, 1198 Pacific; No. 25, 3597 
Sacramento; No. 26, 107 Montgomery; 
No. 27, Valencia and Twenty-fifth; No. 
28 109 Raymond avenue; No. 29, 5007 
Point Lobos avenue; No. 30, 2900 Ful- 
ton; No. 31, 450 Cortland avenue; No. 
32, 2998 Washington; No. 33. Frederick 
ment; O, Franklin and Fern avenue, 
No. 35, 1212 Ninth avenue; No. 37, 1200 
Union; No. 38, 4728 Mission; No. 39. 331 
Devisadero; No. 40, 255 Kearny; No. 41. 
1400 Devisadero; No. 42, Geary and Oc- 
tavia; No. 43, 1934 Van Ness avenue; 
No. 44, 987 Market; No. 45, 207a San- 
chez; No. 46, Eighteenth and Dolores; 
No. 47 Market and Jones; No. 48, St. 
Francis Hotel; No. 49, 20 Geary; No. 50. 
1400 Eighteenth; No. 51, 2438 San Bru- 
no avenue; No. 52, 235 Montgomery ave- 
nue; No. 53, Eddy and Franklin; No. 54. 
2809 California. 

Postoffice Inspectors — Postoffice Build- 
ing, room 218. Joseph P. Johnston, 
Inspector in charge. Inspectors — Lorin 
H. Bricker, John I. Driscoll, James 
O'Connell, G. R. Cillor, M. de La Mon- 
tanva, J. P. Fogarty, A. C. Graff, W. 1. 
Madeira. YV. (4. Swain; Horatio A. Mc- 
cormick, Chief Clerk; Paul E. Springer. 
Stenographer. 

Special Agents U. S. Treasury Depart- 
ment — Rooms 7 and 9, Appraiser's 
Building. Special Agent in charge, Ca- 
leb W. West; John W. Smith, Special 
Employe; G. R. Vernon, Special Inspec- 
tor. 

Superintendent Railway Mail Service 
— Alexander H. Stephens, office, 234 
Postoffice Building; Edward McGrath, 
Assistant;Harry G. Rhodes, Chief Clerk. 
Surveyor of Customs — William S. Gra- 
ham, office. 13 Appraiser's Building. 

United States Appraiser of Merchan- 
dise — John G. Mattos. Jr., rooms 29 to 31, 
Appraiser's Building. 
Assistants — James B. Stevens and 

Jacob Shaen. 
Clerks — Ellis A. Holmes. George P. 

Dimpfel and Augustine L. Riley. 
Examiners — John A. Sampson, George 

A. Reynolds. James W. Maguire. 

Charles J. Evans, Lawrence A. 

Heiner, Louis J. Phelps. T. K. Ro- 

maine. M. R. Nicholson. D. J. 

O'Learv and L. A. Kent; Cornelius 

Toohev. Examiner of Tea; J. H. 

Dawson, Examiner of Drugs. 
Samplers — John F. Brown. Ge-orge H. 

Coons, Thomas J. McCreagh and 

Frank McDonald. 
United States Circuit Court, Northern 

District of California — Room 332 

Postoffice Building: Clerk's office. 

327 Postoffice Building. 
Judges — W. B. Gilbert. E. M. Ross 

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< "lerK — Southard Hoffman. 
Deputy (-lerks— W. B. Mailing 
Jolin A. Schaertzer. 
United States Civil Service Examiners— 
Twelfth District i <_ ahtormaand rsie- 
vato? Headquarters. 241 Postoffice 
Building; Charles L Snyder, .Dis- 
trict Secretary; Herbert F. J* aid. 
Assistant Secretary; John A. Burhy. 
Clerk. 
United States Circuit Court of Appeals 
for the Ninth Circuit— Room 326 
Postoffice Building; Clerk's office, 
room 319 Postoffice Building. 
Circuit Judges— William B. Gilbert, 
Erskine M. Bos* and William M. 
Morrow. _, . 

""•g^SfST^K W^lli^ 
Van Fleet. Olin Wellborn and John 
J. DeHaven. 
Clerk — Frank D. Monckton. 
I ,eputy Clerk-Meredith Sawyer; As- 
sistant Clerk, Paul P. OBuen. 
Marshal— C. T. Elliott. 
United States Commissioners of Immigra. 
tion— Rooms 73- is, Lnited State. 
\muaiser's Building. 
Inspectors-A. de la Torre, Jr.. 
Crawford, Da 
Schulze, W. 
B. Heitman. 
united States Commissioners— James p. 
Br3wn and E. H. Heacock. room 
214-309 Postoffice Building. 
United States Attorney— Robert T. Pev- 
U,i room 317 Postoffice Bui Wing. 
\saistants— Alfred P. Black, George 
Clark Carlos G. White and Benja- 
min L. McKinley. 
Chief Clerk— Phineas S. Barbei . 
Chinese Interpreter-David D. Jones. 
United States District Court for the 
Northern District ot Calitoima 
Room 304 Postoffice Building; Clerk s 
office room 3»'J Postoffice Building. 
Judges-John J DeHaven and Wil- 
liam C. Van Fleet, 
clerk and U. S. Commissioner— James 

P. Brown. 
Deputy Clerk and U. S. Commissioner- 
Francis Krull. 
Deputy Clerk — John Fouga. 
United States Department of Agricul- 
ture — Bureau ot Animal Industry- 
George S. Baker. Inspector in 
charle; room 407 Postoffice Build- 
ing. 
United States Department of A » rlca '- 
tune— Forest Service— F. E. Olm- 
sted, Chief Inspector, room 10-- 
Mill's Building. 
United States Geological SiUrVey— Cha rles 
G Yale Special Agent, room SI Ap- 
praiser's Building. 
Field Assistant— C. W. Henderson. 
United States Immigration Commission— 
H A. Millis. Superintendent ot 
Agents, room 820 Balboa Building. 
United States Internal Revenue Agent- 
Bert M. Thomas, room 11 Appi aid- 
er's Building. , __, ,, 
Special Gauger— Frank H. Driscoll. 
United States land Office— S. S. Morton, 
Receiver- Truman G. Daniels, Reg- 
ister- Postoffice Building, Oakland. 
Clerks— F. B. English. F. T. Dunn. 
United States iife-Saving Service— 
CaDt. Howard Emery, Assistant in- 
spector. Thirteenth Life-Saving 
District, room 35, Appraisers 
Building. 
Clerk— Jam es P. Riley. 



Stations in San Francisco— Fort Point 
Life-Saving Station. Presidio Res- 
ervation; Golden Gate Life-Sav- 
ing Station, south of Cliff House; 
South Side Life-Saving Station, 
Ocean Beach. 
United States lighthouse Engineer- 
Major Charles H. MoKinstry, V. b. 
A., Engineer; office, 651 Monadnock 
Building. 
Chief Clerk— W. B. Thomas. 
United States Lighthouse Inspector— 
R. F. Lopez, Commander, I . S. N. . 
office, 813 Mutual Savings Bank 
Building. . • , 

Chief Clerk — William W llson. 
United States local Inspector of Boilers, 
Steam and Sail Vessels— John K. 
Bulger, 510 Battery. 
United States local Inspector of Hulls, 
Steam and Sail Vessels — O. F. Lol- 
Bulger, 510 Battery. 
United States Marine Hospital— Moun- 
tain Lake, Presidio Reservation; 
office, room 1, Appraisers Building. 
United States Marshal of Northern Dis- 
trict of California— Charles T. El- 
liott; office, room 311, Postoffice 
Building. _ „ „ , ,_ 

Chief Office Deputy— George H. Bmn- 

Offict n Deputies— Paul J. Amerieh, M. 
J Fitzgerald. B. F. Towle, James 
L. Nolan, J. E. Lynch. 
United States Mint— The law for Clio 
establishment and regulation of the Mint 
of the United States provides that an> 
person may deposit gold bullion for 
coinage or to be made into fine bars, the 
bars to be stamped in such manner as 
shall indicate the weight, fineness and 
value of same. In case of silver bullion, 
deposits are received only for manufac- 
ture into fine bars, the Government re- 
serving the right to make its silver com 
from bullion purchased in the market. 
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.; 
nold bullion received daily from 9 a. m 
to 12 m.; visitors admitted daily from 
9 to 11:30 a. m. 
Superintendent— Edward F. Sweeney. 
Melter and Refiner — E. R. Leach. 
Coiner — William M. Cutter. 
\ssayer — Charles H. Sherman. 
United States Naturalization Bureau, De- 
partment of Justice for California 
and Nevada and Territory of Ari- 
zona—Room 204 Postoffice Build- 
ing; Peter W. Blazer, Chief Ex- 
aminer. 
United StateB Naval Training Station— 
Yerba Buena (Goat) Island. E. E. 
Capehart, Commander, U. b. N. 
Commandant. 
United States Navy Fay Office — Office. 
410 Postoffice Building. 
Z W. Reynolds, Pay Inspector, U. S. N. 
Chief Clerk — George L. Foreman. 
United States Pension Agency— Pension 
Agent, Jesse B. Fuller; office. 240 
Postoffice Building. 
Chief Clerk — A. Mautner. 
United States Pension Bureau— Special 
Examiner for the Northern District 
of California and Nevada. O. L. 
Sues, room 414, Postoffice Building 
Special Examiner for the Central- 
Southern District of California L. 
G. Hursh; room 413, Postoffice 
Building. 
United States Referee in Bankruptcy- 
Milton J. Green, Referee; room 213 
Postoffic Building. 
United States Revenue Cutter Service- 
Ernest E. Mead. Lieutenant R. C. S.. 
Purchasing Officer Pacific Coast, 
office room 77 Appraiser s Building. 




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United States Shipping Commissioner — 

Harrv E. Knight, Ferry Postoffiee 
Building. . _..,., 

Deputies — Joseph F. Curtin, Chief; J. 
J Wochos, Henrv W. Groth, Janus 
B Newsom, W. J. Varnes, John W. 
Danks and Clyde L. Peach. 

United States Sub-Treasury— Assistant 
Treasurer — William C. Ralston, blib. 
Commercial street; office hours, 10 
a. m. to 3 p. m.i Saturdays, 10 a.m. 
to 12:30 p. m. 
Acting \ssistant Treasurer and Cash- 
ier—Thomas P. Burns. _ 

United States Superintendent of Con- 
struction and Repairs — J. W. Rob- 
erts, Superintendent; room 403 
Postoffiee Building. 

United States Supervising Inspector of 
Steam and Sail Vessels, First Dis- 
trict — John Bermingham, 510 Bat- 
tery street. 
Clerks — Thomas R. Cragte. James J. 
Sullivan and Hugo Hauser. 

United States Surveyor-General for Cali- 
fornia — W. S. Graham, room 13, 
Appraiser's Building. 
Chief Clerk— J. M. Gleaves. 
Chief Draftsman — J. C. Henkemus. 

United States Weather Bureau— Office, 

Merchants Exchange Building. 

Professor in charge — Alexander G. Mc- 

Docal "Forecaster— G. H. Wilson. 

Observers — H. E. Smith, Walter H. 
Scholl. W. J. Reed, Oscar D. Stew- 
art C E. Heckathorn, Alexander 
Abbe, Jr., Charles F. Dillon, Hugo 
Legler. 



OFFICERS OF STATE OF CALI- 
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SUPREME COURT. 



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Location, 

Building, Southeast corner second 
and Mission streets. 
Chief Justice — W. H. Beatty. 
Justice — F. W. Henshaw. 
Justice — M. C. Sloss. 
Justice — F. M. Angellotti. 
Justice — Lucien Shaw. 
Justice — W. G. Lorigan. 
Justice — Henry A. Melvin. 
Attorney-General— U. S. Webb, Humboldt 



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er, Sacramento. 
Deputy Attorney - General — Malcolm 

Glenn, Sacramento. 
Reporter — Fred S. Lafferty. 
Assistant Reporter — H. L. Gear. 
Clerk — F. L. Caughey, San Francisco. 
Chief Deputy Clerk — H. G. Grant, San 

Francisco. 
Deputy Clerk — Isadore Erb, San Fran- 



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Francisco. 
Deputy Clerk — Robert A. Dunlap, Los 



Deputy Clerk — C. C. Bit 

Deputy Clerk 
Stenographer 
Secretary — H 
Secretary — L. 
Phonographic Reporter 
Reporter — E. A. Girvin. 
Librarian — Benjamin Edson 



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Bailiff— J. M. Meredith. 

Bailiff— A. W. Poole. 

San Prancisco District — Alameda, Con- , 
tra Costa, Del Norte, Fresno. Hum- 
boldt, Lake, Marin, Mariposa, Men- 
docino, Monterey, Napa, San Ben- 
ito, San Francisco. San Mateo, San- 
ta Clara, Santa Cruz, Sonoma. 

Los Angeles District — Inyo, Kern, Los 
Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San 
Bernardino. San Diego, San Luis 
Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura. 

Sacramento District — Alpine. Amador, 
Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dora- 
do, Glenn, Kings, Lassen, Madera, 
Merced, Modoc, Mono, Nevada. 
Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San 
Joaquin, Shasta. Sierra, Siskiyou, 
Solano. Stanislaus. Sutter, Tehama, 
Trinitv, Tulare, Tuolumne, Yolo, 
Yuba. 

Sessions — San Francisco — Second Mon- 
day in January; third Monday in 
July. Los Angeles — First Monday 
in April: second Monday in Oc- 
tober. Sacramento — First Monday 
in May; second Monday in Novem- 
ber. All remittiturs will issue 
from the San Francisco office. 

Justices of District Court of Appeal. 
Pirst District. 
James A. Cooper, of San Francisco, Pre- 
siding. 
S. P. Hall, of Oakland. 
Frank H. Kerrigan, of San Francisco. 
Percy J. Hayselden, Clerk; T. C. Pier- 
son, Deputy Clerk; W. E. Tucker, 
Reporter; J. B. Martin. Bailiff. 

Second District. 

W. T. Allen, of Los Angeles, Presiding. 
V. E. Shaw, of Los Angeles. 
J. M. Taggart. of Los Angeles. 

W. D. Shearer, Clerk; H. C. Lillie, 
Deputy Clerk; J. H. Crumrine, Re- 
porter; William H. Morris, Bailiff. 

Third District. 

N. P. Chipman, of Red Bluff, Presiding. 

Elijah C. Hart, of Sacramento. 

Albert G. Burnett, of Santa Rosa. 

G. H. Chase, Clerk; W. M. Lowell, 
Deputy Clerk; Charles H. Adams, 
Reporter; George D. Donaldson, 
Bailiff. 

Governor — James 

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Private Secretary — E. C. Cooper. 
Executive Clerk — E. F. Mitchell. 
Lieutenant-Governor — Warren R. Porter, 
ex-officio President of the Senate, 
at $10 per diem. 
Attorney-General — U. S. 
$3,000. 
First Assistant — E. B. 
$3,000. 
Clerk of Supreme Court- 



Gillelt: salary, 



Webb ; salary, 
Power; salary. 



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Controller — A. 

Deputy. 

$2,700. 
Secretary of State — Charles 



F. D. Caughey; 

Deputy. H. G. 
$2,400. 

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Moulton; salary. 



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-John Hoesch; salary, $2. Too. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — 
Edward Hvatt; salary, $3,000; Dep- 
uty, M. G. Hyatt; salary, $2,400. 

Superintendent of State Printing — W. W. 

Shannon; salary, $3.IIOO; Keput} 

John Whicher; salary, $2,400. 

Surveyor-General — W. S. Kingsbury; 
salary, $3.n00; Deputy — A. W. San- 
born: salary. $2.7"". 
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Treasurer — W. R. Williams; salary, 
$3,000; Deputy — H. P. Reese; sal- 
ary, $2,700. 
Accountancy Board (State) — J. Hoesch, 
President; Prentiss Maslin, Vice- 
President; Lester Herrick, Allen 
Knight; T. E. Atkinson, Secretary; 
Carmen Johnson Building, 340 San- 
some street, San Francisco. 
Adult Blind Home (Oakland). 

Superintendent — Joseph Sanders. 
Agnews Hospital for Chronic Insane 
(Agnews). Board of Directors — 
David Rutherford, J. S. Montgom- 
ery, Edward White. 
Secretary — W. M. Southeimer. 
Agriculture, Board of. 
President — Ben. Rush. 
Frank H. Burke. 
Charles Paine. 
Secretary — J. L. Filcher. 
Analyst, State — Professor W. B. Rising, 
University of California. Berkeley. 
Board of Architecture. 
Northern District — 

H. A. Schultz, President, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Clinton A. Day, San Francisco. 
Lionel Deane, Secretary, San Fran- 
cisco. 

William Curlett, San Francisco. 
J. Cather, San Francisco. 
Clinton Day, Berkeley. 
Southern District — 

J. P. Krempel, President, Los An- 
geles. 

F. L. Roehrig, Secretary, Los An- 
geles. 

S. P. Hunt. Los Angeles. 
W. S. Hebberd. San Diego. 
Octavius Morgan, Los Angeles. 
Building and Loan Commissioners — J. 
P. Transue. Albert Lindley, James 
L. Fields, Secretary, Claus Spreck- 
els Building, San Francisco. 
Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, Asylum 
for (Berkeley). 
Board of Trustees — George W. Reid, 
J. W. Richards, W. Creed, W. W. 
Garthwaite, F. M. Wilson; 
Superintendent — Warring Wilkinson. 
Debris Commissioner — W. W. Waggoner, 
Nevada City; Secretary, J. R. Tyr- 
ell. 
Dental Examiners, Board of 

President — A. B. Mayhew, Sacramento. 
Secretary — C. A. Herrick, 910 Hayes 
street, San Francisco. 
Department of Highways — Nathaniel El- 

lery. Commissioner, Eureka, Cal. 
Bducation, Board of — Is composed of 
the Governor, Superintendent Pub- 
lic Instruction, President Univers- 
ity of California. Professor of Ped- 
agogy University of California. 
Principals Normal Schools of San 
Jose, Los Angeles, Chico. San Die- 
go and San Francisco. 
Equalization, Board of (Office. Sacra- 
mento). Alex. Brown. J. Harry 
Scott, R. E. Collins and Jeff Mc- 
Elvaine; T. M. Eby, Secretary, Sac- 
ramento. 
Examiners. Board of — Composed of the 
Governor, the Secretary of State, 
and the Attorney-General. 
Secretary — B. B. Deming. 
Feeble Minded Children, Home for (Eld- 
ridge, Sonoma County). 
Trustees — Rev. Wm. Lyons, Menlo 
Park; Rev. A. C. Bane, San Fran- 
cisco; Robert A. Poppe, Sonoma; 
C. E. Haven. Santa Rosa; S. C. 
Irving, Berkeley. 
Superintendent and Secretary — Dr. 
William J. G. Dawson. 



Fish Commissioners — George Stone, Pres- 
ident, San Francisco; Charles A. 
Vogelsang, Secretary and Chief 
Deputy. 
Harbor Commissioners. 

Eureka. Humboldt Bay — J. G. Murray, 

John S. Connick. 
San Diego — C. W. Oesting, President; 
W. H. Prindle, Eugene de Burn, 
Secretary. 
San Francisco (Union Depot and Fer- 
ry Building) Walter Stafford, Pres- 
ident; Henry J. Crocker and W. E. 
Dennison; W. B. Thorpe, Secretary. 
Health, Board of — Martin Regensburger, 
President; F. K. Ainsworth, A. C. 
Hart, W. A. Briggs, O. Stansburg. 
N. K. Foster, Secretary, Sacra- 
mento. 
Horticulture, Commissioner of — J. W. 

Jeffrey, Los Angeles. 
Insurance Commissioner — E. Myron Wolf, 
San Francisco; office, Crocker Build- 
ing. 
Labor Statistics Bureau — J. D. Mac- 
Kenzie, Commissioner, San Fran- 
cisco. 
Librarian, State — J. L. Gillis; Margaret 

Eastman, Deputy. 
Mendocino State Hospital (Ukiah) — 
Trustees — George D. Clark, San 
Francisco; E. B. Martinelli, San 
Rafael; John L. McNab, Ukiah; W. 
A. Foster, Willits; A. J. Fairbanks, 
Willits. 
Mineralogist — Lewis E. Aubury, Ferry 

Building, San Francisco. 
Mining Bureau — Harold T. Power, Pres- 
ident; Dr. C. T. Deane, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Louis Janin and A. H. Ward; 
Frank W. Griffin, Secretary. 
Napa State Hospital, Napa City — Trus- 
tees — E. Z. Hennessy, H. M. Meach- 
am, J. H. Steves, Emmett Phillips 
Richard Belcher. 
Normal School at Chico, Butte County — 

C. C. Van Liew, Principal. 
Normal School at Los Angeles — Jesse F. 

Millspaugh. Principal. 
Normal School at San Jose — Morris E. 

Dailey. Principal. 
Normal School at San Diego — Samuel T. 

Black, Principal. 
Normal School at San Francisco — Fred- 
eric L. Burk, Principal. 
Notaries Public — (See Business Direc- 
tory.) 
Pilot Commissioners, Eureka, Humboldt 
Bay — Peter Belcher. H. Kingston 
and Peter Carsaw. 
Pilot Commissioner, San Diego — Frank 

Abrahams. 
Pilot Commissioners, San Pedro and 
Wilmington — D. W. Weldt. Alex- 
ander Smith and John Hamilton. 
Pilot Commissioners, San Francisco, 
Mare Island and Benicia — Office, 
46 Steuart street; M. C. Erskine, 
H. Z. Howard and E. M. Freeman. 
Pilots — Office, Postoffice Building — Frank 
Boyd, Thomas H. Barber, Stephen 
Castle, Chas. B. Johnson. George 
Scott, Frederic E. Mathieson, F. 
W. Jordan, George D. Korts. J. E. 
McCulloch, James Miller. Charles 
W. Reed, Alexander Swanson, M. 
Tyson, George E. Wallace. E. W. 
Christiansen, J. Von Helms. M. An- 
derson, John Silovich. John Wal- 
lace, J. M. Hays. 
Port Warden, San Diego — A. J. Foster. 
Port Warden, San Pedro — J. W. Walton. 
Port Wardens, San Francisco — Office, 
Clav Street Wharf; Henry Piltz, 
R. E. Nickel; John Harrigan, Sec- 
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Preston School of Industry, lone Ama- 
dor Countv— Charles H. Dunton, 
President; 'Rev. W. S. Matthew, K 
C. Voorhies; W. T. Randall, Super- 
intendent. 

Prison Directors— Tirey L. Ford, San 
Francisco; Warren Porter, Watson- 
ville; Charles B. Clinch, Grass Val- 
ley; Charles Sonntag, San Fran- 
cisco; Robert T. Devlin, Sacra- 
mento. 

Bailroad Commissioners— A. C. Irwin, 
Marysville, President; H. D. Love- 
land, San Francisco; Theodore 
Summerland, Los Angeles; Walter 
D Wagner, Secretary; office, Ferry 
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Registrar of Voters — J. Harry Zeman- 

skv, City Hall. 
Southern California State Hospital, Pat- 
ton, San Bernardino County— H. B. 
Wilson, Redlands; B. P. Clark. 
Riverside; F. M. Parker. Los An- 
geles; H. McPhee, Santa Ana; G. 
L. Hasson, Los Angeles; L. M. 
King, Secretary. 
State Veterinarian— Dr. Chas, Keane, Los 
Angeles; W. E. D. Morrison, As- 
sistant, Los Angeles. 
Stockton State Hospital, Stockton— Trus- 
tees— C. M. Keniston, N. F. Pickle. 
C. D. Fontana, F. J. Dietrich, J. C. 
Thompson; F. P. Clark, Superin- 
tendent; W. H. Lyons, Secretary. 
Sutter's Port Trustees — James M. Hen- 
derson, Edward M. Lynch, George 
B. Bullock, Henry Hahman, Fred- 
erick T. Duhring. 
University of California— Regents— Gov- 
ernor James N. Gillett J. B. Rein- 
stein, Guy C. Earl, I. W. Hellman, 
Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst. J. A. Way - 
mire C. W. Slack, John B. Budd, 
C Tvf. Ellinwood. T. R. Bard, C. 
Rowell, Garret W. McEnerney, A. 
W Foster, J. W. McKinley, Rev. 
Peter C. Yorke, F. W. Dohrmann 
and John A. Brittain. 
Veterinary Medical Board— Robert A. 
Archibald, President, Oakland, D. 
F Fo\ Sacramento; Ward B. Row- 
land, Pasadena; T. W. Orme, San 
Bernardino; E. J. Creely, Secretary, 
San Francisco. 
-Warden, San Quentin Prison — J. 0- 

■Warden, Polsom Prison — W. H. Reilly. 
Whittier Home for Juvenile Offenders — 

Trustees— T. E. Newlm, James 
Clark, Walter Lindley; J. P. Gree- 
ley, Superintendent. 

HOSPITALS, HOMES AND 
ASYLUMS. 

Armitage Orphanage of San Fran- 
cisco—Situated in San Mateo, ealifoi- 
nia; Rev. C. H. L. Chandler, Supenn- 

Bertha JuiUy Home for Children, 2S10 
Howard. . ■. .. 

Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, south- 
east corner Baker and Grove streets. 
Trustees meet on the second Tuesday 
of each month. George C. Perkins Pres- 
ident; George C. Turner, Superintendent. 

Buena Vista Sanatorium 21 Buena 
Vifta avenue. S. F. Long. M. D., Con- 
sulting Suregon and Manager. 

California Woman's Hospital. 3 us 
SacrTmeMo street. F. W. Vow.nckel, 
M. D., Surgeon in charge, L. C. Alex 
ander M. D., Resident Surgeon Miss 
Jessie F Mackenzie. Superintendent of 
Nurses; Mrs. M. Gillmore. Matron. 



City and County Almshouse. Off Cor- 
bett avenue near Laguna Honda. (See 
City and County Government.) 

City and County Hospital. Potrero 
avenue, near Twenty-second street. (For 
officers, see City and County Govern- 
ment.) 

Clara Barton Hospital. 1360 Post 
street Dr H Bakugeler, President; Dr. 
J. Henry Barbat. Secretary 

Florence Crittenton Home. 344 Twen- 
tieth avenue. Dr. D. M. Lane, Manager. 

Prench Hospital. Point Lobos avenue, 
between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Con- 
ducted by the French Mutual Benevolent 
Society. J. Arees, Superintendent. 

German Hospital. Noe street, between 
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets, b . \\ . 
Pompeate, Superintendent. Owned and 
controlled by the German General Bene- 
volent Society. Paul A. Kamenz, Gen- 
eral Agent. 

Hebrew Home for Affed and Disabled. 
251S Howard street. Samuel Polack, 
President; Morris Stone, Superintendent: 
Amelia Levy, Secretary; Mrs. M. Stone. 
Matron. 

Home for the Aged of the tittle Sis- 
ters of the Poor. Fourth avenue and 

Hospital for Children and Training 
School for Nurses. 3700 California 
street. Office. 3S21 Sacramento street. 
Mrs. L. L. Dunbar, President; Mrs. 1. L. 
Miller, Recording Secretary; Mrs. J. v 
Merritt. Treasurer, Martin W. Flem- 
ing Superintendent; Dr. Julia P. Lai sen. 
Resident Physician. 

Jefferson Hospital. Douglass street 
between Eighteenth and Nineteen th 
streets The privilege is extended to 
all physicians to bring their patients to 
this institution for treatment under 
their own directions. C. C. ttunion. 
Manager. »__„_ 

King's Daughters' Home for Incur- 
ables lTaii Golden Gate avenue. 

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the Sisters of Mercy. « ,,_,/■ 

Maria Kipp Orphanage and Alfred 
Nuttall Memorial Home. .Northeast cor- 

.. .,)• s,. V enlh avenue and Lake street 
Miss Carrie ('.win, President; Mrs. Thom- 
as P. Woodward, Secretary; Mrs. Sidney 
Worth, Treasurer. 

Mater Misericordiae. 122o Alabama 
street This house of protection and 
refuge for young women of good reputa- 
tion is under the charge of the Sisters 
of Mercy. 

McKinley Orphanage (formerly of San 
Francisco Methodist Orphanage). 3MI 
N in -tecum street. H. H. Heacock, Pres- 
ident; I. J. Truman. Treasurer; office, 
786 Market street. 

McNutt Hospital. 1800 O'Farrell street. 

Mount St. Joseph's Infant Orphan 
Asylum. Silver avenue, near Q street 
south. For small boys and girls. Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Charity of St. 
Vincent de Paul. 

Mount St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum 
(Roman Catholic). N street south be- 
tween Eighteenth and Twentieth ave- 
nues. Under the charge of the Sisters 

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street. William Haas President; Meyer 
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Old People's Home of San Francisco. 

2307 Pine street. Board of Lady Man- 
agers: Mrs. Eugene Bresse, President; 
Mrs J. A. Watt, Secretary; Mrs. Wra. 
H. Dick, Treasurer; Rev. Charles Mc- 
Kelvey, Superintendent and Chaplain; 
Mrs. Elizabeth Wade, Matron; M. E. 
F.umwell. Physician. Business meetings 
of the Board of Managers are held on 
the first Wednesday of each month at 
10 a. m. Board of Trustees — William 
H. Crocker, President; Mrs. J. A. Watt, 
Secretary. 

Our lady's Home. 1810 Bray avenue, 
Fruitvale. Conducted by the Sisters of 
Mercy. 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and 
Home Society. Asylum — East side of 
Oevisadero street, between Hayes and 
Grove. Formed for the care, relief, pro- 
tection and improvement of orphan chil- 
dren, and for the care of aged Israel- 
ites who are without adequate means of 
support. S. W. Levy. President; Meyer 
H. Levy, Secretary; David Michael, Col- 
lector; Henrv Mauser, Superintendent; 
Mrs. Henry Mauser, Matron. The Home 
for Aged Israelites (a branch of the 
Society) is located at the corner of 
Silver avenue and Mission street. 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladies' 
Home, The. Golden Gate avenue, be- 
tween Central and Masonic avenues. Es- 
tablished for the permanent care and 
maintenance of poor, aged or infirm wo- 
men, who are members of the Episcopal 
Church. 

Quarantine Hospital. Angel Island. 

Receiving Hospital. (See Board of 
Health.) 

Saint Catherine's Home and Training- 
school. Potrero avenue and Twenty-first 
street. Conducted by the Sisters of 
Mercy. 

San Francisco Children's Orphanage. 
104.". Twenty-fifth street. E. L. Wadham, 
Secretary. 

San Prancisco Ladies' Protection and 
Relief Society. Franklin street, between 
Post and Geary. Mrs. S. W. Dennis, 
President; Mrs. Chas. W. Millard, Sec- 
retary. 

San Prancisco Iiying-in Hospital and 
Tonndling Asylum. 2X33 Clement street. 
Dr. Emily G. Harrison, Resident Phys- 

San Prancisco Maternity. 1193 Va- 
lencia street. 

San Prancisco Nursery for Homeless 
Children. Fourteenth avenue and Lake 
street. Mrs. Jacob Bertz. President; 
Mrs E. P. Ackerman. Secretary; Mrs. J. 
J. Theobald, Treasurer; Mrs. M. J. Hub- 
bert. Matron. A non-sectarian home for 
little ones under twelve years. 

San Prancisco Protestant Orphan Asy- 
lum Society. Haiglit street, between La- 
guna and Buchanan. Mrs. Kirkham 
Wright, President; Mrs. Albert T. Spotts, 
Secretary; Mrs. D. W. Horsburgh. Treas- 
urer. 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan 
Asylum. Buena Vista and Central ave- 
nues. For the care, maintenance and 
education of orphans, half-orphans and 
abandoned children of all denominations 
and nationalities. In charge of the Sis- 
ters of St. Francis. 

St. Joseph's Home Hospital. South- 
west corner Buena Vista and Park Hill 
avenues. Sister M. Innocentia, Superioress. 
St. Luke's Hospital. Established in 
1ST1. Valencia street, near junction of 
Mission street. Chas. D. Haven, Pres- 
ident; L. W. Allen, M. D., Superintend- 
ent; F. W. Birtch, M. P., Resident Phys- 



ician and Surgeon; a general hospital 
under the auspices of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church and management of 
a board of directors. J. A. Emery, 
Treasurer. 

St. Mary's Hospital. 2344 Sutter street. 
Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 
St. Thomas Hospital. 300 Page street. 
St. Vincent Hospital. Corner Twenty- 
first and Howard streets. Dr. George H. 
Juilly, Resident Physician. 

St. Winifred's Sanatorium. 106.3 Sut- 
ter street. 

Twenty-sixth Street Hospital. ( See 
City and County Government.) 

University Mound Old Ladies' Home. 
University street, between Felton and 
Wayland. University Mound Tract; E. 
W. Newhall, Secretary. 

Veterans' Home of California. A State 
Home for disabled volunteer soldiers and 
sailors, under the control of hoard of 
directors, appointed by the Governor of 
the State. 

Every worthy officer, soldier, sailor, 
or marine, who is a bona fide resident 
of the State and who honorably served in 
the Army or Navy of the United States 
in any war in which the country has 
been engaged, and who is in indigent 
circumstances, and by reason of age. in- 
firmity, or wounds received in service, 
Is incapable of self-support, shall be en- 
titled to admission into the Home, sub- 
ject to the laws of the State of Cali- 
fornia and to the regulations prescribed 
by the Board of Directors for its control 
and management. Directors' office, Mac- 
donough Building, 333 Kearny street, 
San Francisco. Directors — Samuel W. 
Backus, President; Chas. H. Blinn. Vice- 
President; Hugh M. Burke, W. J. Hanna, 
Thomas W. Huntington, H. C. Dibble, 
William H. Savage; Colonel H. G. Bur- 
ton, Commandant; Lieutenant-Colonel 
Chas. H. Bulson, Surgeon; Dr. Arthur 
Reinstein, Assistant Surgeon; Captain J. 
J. Lyon, Q. M. and C. S.; T. W. Law- 
rence, Engineer; John F. Sheehan, Sec- 
retary; B. J. Scoville. Assistant Secre- 
tary; C. de Colmesnil. Treasurer. 

Youth's Directory. 3561 Nineteenth 
street. This institution comprises a 
Free Intelligence Bureau and a Tem- 
porary Home for friendless boys in 
search of employment. Most Rev. P. W. 
Riordan. President; Rev. D. O. Crowley, 
Secretary. 



LABOR AND TRADES UNIONS. 

San Prancisco Labor Council. Meets 
everv Friday at 8 p. m. at Council Hall, 
316 "Fourteenth street. Secretary's of- 
fice and headquarters. San Francisco La- 
bor Temple, 316 Fourteenth street. Ex- 
ecutive and Arbitration Committee meets 
at headquarters every Monday at 7:30 
p. m. Organizing Committee meets at 
headquarters on first and third Wednes- 
days at 8 p. m. Label Committee meets 
at 'headquarters every Friday at 7 p. m. 
Law and Legislative Committee meets 
at call of Chair. 

Baggage Messengers — Meet second 
Mondays, 92 Steuart street. 

Bakers. No. 24 — Meet at headquarters, 
first and third Saturdays. 1791 Mission 
street. 

Bakers (Cracker I No. 125 — Meet sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesdays. Garibaldi Hall. 
Broadway, between Kearny and Mont- 
gomery streets. 

Bakers (Pie) — Meet first and third 
Wednesdays, Mission Turner Hall, cor- 
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Bakery Wagon Drivers— Meet second 
and fourth Sundays, Labor Council Hall, 
316 Fourteenth street. 

Barbers — Meet second and fourth Mon- 
days, at 925 Golden Gate avenue; head- 
quarters, room 408. 

Barber Shop Porters and Bath House 
Kmph.ves— second Wednesdays, cornel 
Fourth avenue and Clement street. 

Bartenders. No. 41— Meet Mondays. 990 
McAllister street. Joseph B. Vera, Sec- 
le Bay'and River Steamboatmen— Head- 
(luarters, 51 Steuart street. 
Q Beer Bottlers, No. 293-Headquarters 
•'60 Noe street; meet hrst and third 
Tuesdays at headquarters. . 

Beer Drivers, No. 211 1— Ho.idquai t< i s, 
260 Noe street; meet second and fourth 

Th RKck"iniths (Ship and Machine), No. 
l«S"in«l and fourth Thursdays, 
Labor Tempi.'. 316 Fourteenth street. 

|',l;,eksmitlis' Helpers M.'.-t lirst and 
third Wednesdays, Labor Council Hall. 
316 Fourteenth street. 

Boat Builders— Meet second and fouith 
Fridays? Labor Temple, 316 Fourteenth 

St Boiier Makers, No 25— Meet second 
and fourth Mondays, Labor Temple, u lb 

F< So r ii e er nt Maker e S !- No. 205-Meet Tues- 
.lavs 1180 Kentucky street. 

Bo'okbind.-rs, No. 31— Meet first and 
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S Y;.'" it and Shoe Cutters— Meet first and 
third Fridays, S:30 p. m., Moseback s 

Boot and Shoe Workers, No 216— 
Meet first and third Tuesdays. Mangel s 
Hall, corner Twenty-fourth and Folsom 

St Bootblacks— Meet first and third Sun- 
days, 1520 Stockton street. 

Bottle Caners— Meet first and third 
Fridays. Labor Council Hall. 

Box Makers and Sawyers— Meet sec- 
ond and fourth Thursdays, Bent s Hall, 
corner Twenty-second and Folsom 

St Brewery Workmen. No. 7 — Meet sec- 
ond and fourth Saturdays at headquar- 
ters 260 Noe street. 

Broom Makers— Meet third Tuesday. 
Labor Temple. 316 Fourteenth street. 

Butchers — Meet Wednesdays, Labor 
Council Hall, 316 Fourteenth street; 
headquarters. 314. Fourteenth street 

Carriage and Wagon Workers— Meet 
first and third Wednesdays, Labor Coun- 
cil Hall, 316 Fourteenth street. .„,... 
Cemetery Employes — First and 1 hird 
Wednesdays. Wolfs Hall. Ocean View. 

Cigar Makers — Headquarters 31b 
Fourteenth; meet first and third Thurs- 
days, Labor Council Hall, 316 Fourteenth 

St Cloak Makers— Headquarters meet 
second and fourth Tuesdays, 163S Eddy 

? Cloth Casket Workers— Meet second 
Mondays, Polito Hall, Sixteenth and 
Dolores. , , ^ T n -r. 

Cloth Hat and Cap Makers. No. 9-1). 
J. Grace. 33 Bright street. Station \j. 

Commercial Telegraphers— A. C. Lopp, 
Secretary. 1684 West Seventh street, 

Cooks' No. 44 — Meet Thursday, 8 p. m., 

headquarters. 590 Eddy street. 

Cooks' Helpers — Headquarters, 9 — 
O'Farrell. Meet second and fourth Wed- 
nesdays at headquarters. 

Coopers ( Machine)— Meet second and 
fourth Thursdays, Labor Council Hall, 
316 Fourteenth street. ^^ 



Coopers, No. 65— Meet second ami 
fourth Thursdays, Labor Council Hall, 
316 Fourteenth street. 

Drug Clerks, No. 472 — Meet Fridays at 
9 p. m., at 321 Van Ness avenue. 

Electrical Workers, No. 587— Meet 
Mondays. Headquarters, Grove and 
Franklin streets. 

Garment Cutters— Twin Peaks Hall, 
first and third Wednesdays. 

Garment Workers, No. 131— Headquar- 
ters 316 Fourteenth street. Meet first 
and third Thursdays, Labor Council Hall, 
316 Fourteenth street. 

Gas Appliance and Stove Fitters- 
Meet second and fourth Tuesdays, Laboi 
Temple, 316 Fourteenth street. 

Gas Workers— Meet second and fourth 
Thursdays, Labor Temple. 316 Foui- 

te Glass St Bottle Blowers-Meet second 
and fourth Saturdays. Labor Temple. 31b 
Fourteenth street. t ui,-,i 

Grocery Clerks— Meet first and third 
Thursdays, 9 p. m., headquarters, 3.21 
^ac^Ten-Meet first and third I Thurs- 
days. McNamara Hall, Fourteenth street, 
between Church and Sanchez streets 

Hatters— C. Pavis. Secretary; 1178 
Market street. «„„, t i, 

Horseshoers — Meet second and fouith 
Thursdays. 182 Church street 

Ice Wagon Drivers— Meet fiist and 
third Tuesdays, Twentieth and Guerrero 
St j e a e nHors-Meet first Stmday and third 
Monday, Labor Council Hall, 316 Foui- 

^La'und'wWagon Drivers-Meet second 
and fourth Wednesdays, Van Ness Hal!, 
"'2 Van Ness avenue. 

"Leather Workers on Horse Goods— 
Virst and third Thursdays, Building 
Trades Temple. Fourteenth and Guerrero 

St Machine Hands— Meet first and third 
Thursdays, 228 Oak street. 

Machinists. No. 68— Headquarters, 228 
Oak street; meet Wednesdays. 

Machinists' Auxiliary, Golden West 
Lodfe No. 1— J. Raymond Hooper, Sec- 
retary S42 Fulton street. . 

Mailers— Labor Bureau Association 
Hall 677 McAllister street, fourth Mon- 
da Metal Polishers-Meet first and third 
Wednesdays; Veterans Hall, 431 We 

b0 Milk Ve Wa g on Drivers-Meet every 
Wednesday, 417 Haight street. 

Milkers-Meet first and third Tues- 
days at headquarters, Helvetia Wall, 
3964 Mission street. 

Molders, No. 164— Meet Tuesdays La- 
,,„.. council Hall, 316 Fourteenth street. 
Headquarters. 316 Fourteenth street. 

Molders' Auxiliary— Meet second and 
fourth Mondays, Labor Temple. 316 
Fourteenth street „.„,,. 

Musicians— Headquarters, 68 Haight 

^Painters No. 986— Meet first and third 
MSdayl Woodman's Hall, Seventeenth 
street, between Mission and Valencia 

S Paste Makers— Meet first and third 
Sundays. 441 Broadway. 

Pattern Makers — Meet alternate Satin - 
days, Pattern Makers' Hall, 3134 Twenty- 
first street. 

Pavers No. IS — Meet first Mondays, La- 
bor Council Hall, 316 Fourteenth street 

Photo Engravers. No. 8— Meet first 
Sundays, at 12 m.. in Labor Temple. 

Picture Frame Workers— Meet second 
an d fourth Tuesdays. Labor Temple. 



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Pile Drivers. Bridge and Structural 
Iron Workers — Headquarters, 56 Mission; 
meet Thursdays, firemen's Hall, Steuart 
street. 

Postoffice Clerks — Meet last Friday, 
Polito Hall, Sixteenth street, between 
Dolores and Guerrero streets. 

Press Feeders and Assistants — Mept 
second Wednesdays, Labor Council Hall. 
316 Fourteenth street. Headquarters, 
186 Brie street. „, ,, ■ 

Printing Pressmen. No. 24 — Meet sec- 
ond Monday, Labor Council Hall, 316 
Fourteenth street. Charles Radebold, 
Business Agent. 1S6 Erie street. 

Rammermen — First Tuesday, Labor 
Temple, 316 Fourteenth street. 

Retail Clerks, No. 432 — Meet Tuesdays, 
8 p. m., at headquarters, 321 Van Ness 
avenue. . 

Retail Delivery Drivers — Meet at head- 
quarters, second and fourth Thursdays, 
417 Haiglit street. 

Retail Shoe Clerks, No. 410 — Meet 
Mondays, 8 p. m., headquarters, 321 

Van Ness avenue 

Sail Makers — Meet first Thursdays. 
Labor Council Hall, 316 Fourteenth 

Sailors' Union of the Pacific — Meet 
Mondays, 44 East street. 

Ship Drillers — Meet second and fourth 
Fridays. 114 Dwight street. 

Ship Joiners — Meet second and fourth 
Sundays, 14 Folsom street; headquarters, 
10 Folsom street. 

Ship Painters, No. 986 — Headquarters, 
924 Natoma street. 

Soap, Soda and Candle Workers — Meet 
second and fourth Wednesdays, Labor 
Council Hall. 316. Fourteenth street. 

Soda and Mineral Water Bottlers — 
Meet first Friday. Labor Council Hall, 
316 Fourteenth street. 

Soda and Mineral Water Drivers — R. 
E. Franklin. 649 Castro street. 

Stable Employes — Meet second and 
fourth Wednesdays, 807 Folsom street, 
near Fourth street. 

Stationary Firemen— Meet Tuesdays, 
Labor Council Hall, 316 Fourteenth 

Steam Fitters and Helpers— Meet first 
and third Wednesdays, Labor Council 
Hall, 316 Fourteenth street. 

Steam Laundry Workers — Meet first 
and third Mondays. Labor Council Hall, 
316 Fourteenth street; headquarters, 316 
Fourteenth street. 

Stereotvpers and Electrotypers — Meet 
third Monday, 91 Steuart street. 

Street Railway Construction Workers- 
Meet every Thursday, 1133 Mission street. 
Street Railway Employes, Division 
No 205 — Meet second and fourth Mon- 
days Labor Council Hall. 316 Fourteenth 
street; headquarters, 316 Fourteenth 
street. 

Sugar Workers — Meet first and third 
Tuesdays and second Sunday, 316 Four- 
teenth street. 

Tailors (Journeymen), No. 2 — Meet 
first and third Mondays, Labor Council 
Hall, 316 Fourteenth street. 

Tanners — Meet Wednesdays, Twenty- 
fourth street and Potrero avenue. 

Teamsters — Headquarters, 536 Bryant 
street. Meet Thursdays. 

Telephone Operators — Headquarters, 
Labor Temple. 316 Fourteenth street. 

Theatrical Employes — Meet first and 
third Tuesdays. 11 a. m., 68 Haight 
street. 

Typographical, No. 21 — Headquarters, 
rooms 122, 123, 124, Investors Building-, 
Fourth and Market streets; L. Michael- 
son Secretary. Meet last Sunday of 
month at 316 Fourteenth street. 



Undertakers' Assistants — Meet first 
and third Thursdays. 431 Duboce avenue. 

Upholsterers — 321 Van Ness avenue. 

Waiters, No. 30 — Meet Wednesdays. 
8:30 p. m., at headquarters, 590 Eddy 

Waitresses, No. 48 — Meet Mondays, at 
headquarters, Jefferson Square Hall. 
Golden Gate avenue, between Octavla 
and Laguna streets. 

Water Workers, No. 12306 — Meet first 
and Third Wednesdays at Lily Hall, 135 
Gough street. 

Web Pressmen — Fourth Mondays, La- 
bor Temple, 316 Fourteenth street. 



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BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL. 

Meets every Thursday evening at head- 
quarters, 200 Guerrero. Executive Board 
meets every Thursday evening. Business 
Agents meet every afternoon at 4:30. 
Phone Market 2676. 

District Council of Carpenters — Meet 
every Wednesday, 200 Guerrero street. 

District Council of Painters — Meet 
every Wednesday, 200 Guerrero street. 

San Francisco District — Managing Com- 
mittee Amalgamated Society Carpenters; 
meet every alternate Monday, 200 Guer- 
rero street. .••••* 
Amalgamated Carpenters. No. 1 — Me. t 
alternate Fridays, at 200 Guerrero street. 
Amalgamated Carpenters. No. 2 — Meet 
alternate Fridays, at 200 Guerrero street. 
Amalgamated Carpenters, No. 3 — Meet 
alternate Mondays, at 200 Guerrero stre.t. 
Amalgamated Carpenters, No. 4 — Me. t 
alternate Mondays, at 200 Guerrero str -,-t. 
Amalgamated Carpenters. No. o — Meet 
alternate Tuesdays, at 200 Guerrerostreet. 
Amalgamated Carpenters. No. b— Meet 
every Tuesday, Union Hall, Fourteenth 
and Church streets. 

Amalgamated Carpenters. No. i — Meet 
alternate Fridays, at 224 Guerrero street. 
Amalgamated Carpenters. No. S — M. ■• t 
alternate Fridays, at 224 Guerrero street. 
Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers. 
No 279 — Meet second and fourth Mon- 
days, at Fourteenth and Guerrero streets. 
Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers. 
No. 104 — Meet first and third Fridays, at 
Fourteenth and Guerrero streets. 

Bridge and Structural Ironworkers. 
No. 31 — Meet every Friday, at 200 Guer- 
rero street. 

Building Material Teamsters — Meet 
every Saturday, at 807 Folsom street. 

Carpenters' Union, No. 22 — Meet every 
Friday at 200 Guerrero street. 

Carpenters' Union, No. 1640— Meet 
every Thursday, at 214 Guerrero street. 
Carpenters Union. No. 483 — Meet Mon- 
day, at 677 McAllister street. 

Carpenters' Union. No. 1082 — Meet Fri- 
day at Carpenters' Hall. Financial Sec- 
retary's office, 702 McAllister street. 

Carpenters' Union, No. 304— Meet every 
Tuesday, at 339 Noe street. 

Carpenters' Union, No. 95 — Meet every 
Friday, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Carpet Mechanics — Meet first and third 
Tuesdays, at 135 Gough street, corner ot 
Lily avenue. 

Casters' and Molders' Union. No. 1 — ■ 
Meet every second and fourth Fridays, 
at 200 Guerrero street. 

Cement Workers' Union, Local. No. 1 — 
Meet every Wednesday, at 200 Guerrero 
street. , ^ T .. 

Electrical Mechanics, Local, No. 1 — 
Meet every Wednesday, at 200 Guerraro 

Elevator Constructors' Union. No. 8 — 
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Felt and Composition Roofers. Meet 
first and third Mondays, at 200 Guerrero 
street. 

Furniture Handlers— Meet second ami 
fourth Fridays, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Gas and Electric Hangers — Meet first 
and third Wednesdays, at 200 Guerrero 
street. 

Granite Cutters — Ocean View. 

Heat, Frost, General Insulators and 
Asbeatos Workers' Union, No. 16 — Meet 
first and third Mondays. at 95 Ash avenue. 

House Movers — Meet every Wednes- 
day, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Housesmiths' Union, No. 78 — Meet 
Wednesday, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Hoisting Engineers — 19 Germania av- 
enue. 

Laborers' Protective Association (Hod 
Carriers) — Meet Monday, at 200 Guer- 
rero street. 

Lumber Clerks' Association — 200 Guer- 
rero street. 

Mantel, Grate and Tilesetters — Meet 
sec 1 and fourth Fridays, at 200 Guer- 
rero street. 

Marble Cutters and Finishers — Meet 
2d and 1th Tuesdays, at 200 Guerrero 
street. 

Marble Cutters' and Finishers' Auxil- 
iary. Local 44 — Meet first and third 
Tuesdays, 220 Guerrero street. 

Millmen's Union, No. 422 — Meet every 
Tuesday night, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Millmen's Union. No. 423 — Meet every 
Tuesday, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Millwrights' Union, No. 766 — Meet first 
and third Fridays, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Mosaic Workers — 205 Guerrero street. 

Painters' Union. No. 19 — Meet Monday, 
at 200 Guerrero street. 

Plasteres' Union, No. 66 — Meet every 
Monday, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Plumbers, Gasfitters' and Steamfitters' 
Union, No. 442 — Meet every Friday, at 
200 Guerrero street. 

Shinglers' Union, No. 1 — Meet every 
Wednesday, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Steam Engineers' Union, No. 64 — Meet 
at Marine Engineers' Hall, 45 Steuart. 

Stone Cutters — Meet every second and 
fourth Wednesdays, at 200 Guerrero 
street. 

Stone Sawyers — 200 Guerrero street. 

Yarnishers' and Polishers' L'nion, No. 
134 — Meet every Tuesday, at 200 Guer- 
rero street. 

United Glass Workers — Meet every 
Wednesday, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Window Shade Workers — Meet at 2569 
Market street. 

Wood Carvers' Union — Meet first and 
third Fridays, at 200 Guerrero street. 

Wood, Wire and Metal Lathers' Union, 
No. 65 — Meet every Wednesday, at 1233 
Golden Gate avenue. 



LIBRARIES. 

Booklovers Library. 1215 Post street. 
California Historical Society. 565 
Fourth avenue. 

Geographical Society of the Pacific. 

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library of Ligue Nationale Prancaise. 
See Ligue Nationale Francaise.) 

Library of Mechanics' Institute. (See 
lechanics' Institute.) 

Mariners' Pree Reading 1 Room. Sacra- 
lento and Drumm streets. In connection 

itli the Mariners' Church. Open daily 
rom 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. 

Mercantile Library Association. See 
lie Mechanics' Institute. 



Public Library, The. South side Hayes 
street, n.ar Van Ness avenue. Branches — 
No. I, 3322 Mission street; No. 2, Me- 
Creery; No. 4, 25 1 Fourth avenue; No. 5. 
Northwest corner Fourth and Clara 
streets; No. 6, 2435 Sacramento street. 
They are open daily from 9 a. in. to 9 
p. m. (For officers see City and County 
Government.) 

Delivery Stations: A — 145 Broad street; 
B — Corner Eighteenth and Kentucky 
streets; C — 1301 Castro street; D — 12:12 
Ninth avenue; E — 12on Railroad avenue: 
G— 1243 Forty-seventh avenue. 

San Prancisco Law Library Association. 
Organized in 1865, rooms California and 
Webster streets. J. H. Deering, Librarian. 

Tabard Inn Library. 1215 Post street. 



LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, Etc. 

Associated Certified Public Account- 
ants of California. Norman McLaren, 
President; Lester Herrick, Secretary and 
Treasurer; Merchants Exchange Building. 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 
F. R. Ziel, Secretary and Treasurer, 825 
Merchants Exchange Building. 

Autocrat Club, The. Continuing the 
Oliver Wendell Holmes Society (organ- 
ized 1896.) Robert B. Bain, Jr, Presi- 
dent; Henry M. Plate, Vice-President; 
H. C. Morris, Secretary; 537 Front street. 

Bar Association of San Prancisco. Or- 
ganized April 20, 1872. Objects: To 
maintain the honor and dignity of the 
profession of the law, to increase its 
usefulness in promoting the due admin- 
istration of justice, to cultivate social 
intercourse among its members, and to 
procure and maintain a library for 
their use. Rooms, Pacific Building, 
Fourth and Market streets. W. B. Cope, 
President; George J. Martin, Secretary. 

California Academy of Sciences. Or- 
ganized May 16, 1853. 1846 Gough street. 
E. J. Molera, President; Leverett M. 
Loomis, Director of Museum. The regu- 
lar meetings of the Academy are held on 
the first and third Monday evenings of 
the month. T. Newberry, Secretary. 

California Historical Society (see Li- 
braries.) 

California Pharmaceutical Society. J. 
S. Munson, President; F. W. Nisli, Sec- 
retary; 1022 Masonic avenue. 

California Society of Public Account- 
ants. J. F. Foster, Secretary; room 743 
Pacific Building. 

California State Bar Association. Llovd 
C. Comegys. President: Walter S. Brann, 
Secretary, 965 Monadnock Building. 

California State Board of Pharmacy. 
J. O. McKown, President; Charles B. 
Whildeji, Secretary; E. J. Molonv, Treas- 
urer; rooms 909-910 Butler Building, 135 
Stockton street. 

California State Dental Association. 
Dr. O. R. Roller. President. Los Angeles; 
Dr. Chas. E. Post, Recording Secretary, 
San Francisco. 

California State Homeopathic Medical 
Society. Annual meeting second Wednes- 
day in May, at Santa Barbara. Henry L. 
Stamback, M. D., President. Santa Bar- 
bara; Guy E. Manning, M. D., Secretary, 
San Francisco. 

California State Mining: Bureau. LTnion 
Depot and Ferry Building. Organized 
under Act of Legislature approved April 
16, 1880. The museum contains many 
rare and interesting minerals and mine 
models. The library connected with the 
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free to the public from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., 
except Sundays and holidays. Trustees 
meet on Tuesday preceeding the 10th of 
every month. Lewis E. Aubury, State 
Mineralogist; P. K. Swan Curator and 
Secretary of the Board of Trustees; C. S. 
Lean. Librarian. 

Daughters of California. Pioneers' So- 
ciety. Meetings held on the second, thud 
Mondays of each month at 3 o clock p. m. 
at Pioneer Hall, Fourth street and Pio- 
neer Court. 

Geographical Society of California. 
1362 Page street. Object: The accumu- 
lation of geographical knowledge, and 
the dissemination of it for the benefit 
of commerce, navigation and society gen- 
erally. Samuel W. Holladay, President; 
P. MacEwen, Secretary. 

Geographical Society of the Pacific. 
383 Monadnock Building. Professor 
George Davidson, President; John Part- 
ridge Secretary; E. J. Moler^ Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Harry Durbrow. 
Treasurer. 

Ligue Rationale Francaise. Meets sec- 
ond Monday of each month at 141, a Post 
street. E. Raas. President; E. Levy 
Librarian and Secretary. Open dajls 
from 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. and from $ p. m. 
to 10 p. m., except Sundays and holida>s. 
Mechanics' Institute. Organized March 
29 1855. 99 Grove street. The Society 
has a valuable library, containing 30,- 
000 volumes, including many rare scien- 
tific works, and a reading room well 
supplied with the leading scientific and 
literary periodicals of the day.. Any 
person may become a member, being ac- 
ceptable to the Board ot Trustees by 
paving an initiation fee of $1 and $1.50 
auartfrly dues in advance. F. B. Graves, 
Librarian; Joseph M. Cumming, Secre- 
tary. _ _ _ _ 
Navy league Club of the TJ. S. (S. F. 
Section, No. 15), 806 Crocker Building. 
Meets on Wednesdays of every second 
month, beginning with February. Louis 
H Turner, Chairman. A. J. Treat. Vice- 
Commander. William F. Burke. Secre- 
tary. 

Navy League, San Francisco Section, 

No. 13. Capt. L. H. Turner. Chairman; 

W. H. Burke, Secretary, 720 Waller street. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Society (see 

Autocrat Club.) 

Fhilhistorian Debating Society. This 
organization has been in existence since 
October, 1863. Its object is the cultiva- 
tion of oratory and literature, and the 
discussion of questions of public interest 
in civil and political life. Meetings are 
held everv Monday evening at St Ignatius 
College, 2211 Hayes street. The officers 
an-: Rev. Joseph A. Sullivan, President; 
John P. Buckley, Secretary. 

San Francisco Chapter American In- 
stitute of Architects. Office, 787 Market 
street. Albert Pissis. President. William 
Mooser, Vice-President; Sylvain Schnail- 
taeher, Secretary. 

San Francisco County Homoepathic 
Medical Society. Dr. T. G. McConkey, 
President; Dr. Edith Wells, Secretary. 
Meetings held third Thursday of each 
month at call of President. 

San Francisco County Medical Society. 
Meets in Franklin Hall, second Tuesday 
of each month. J. Henry Barbat, M. D., 
President; A. W. Hewlett, Secretary. 

San Francisco County Society of Phys- 
icians and Surgeons. F. T. Lamb, M. D.. 
President Meetings held first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 1707 O'Far- 
rell street. __^ 



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Sierra Club 
keley. 

State Board of Pharmacy of Califor- 
nia. Office, 925 Golden Gate avenue. 
Charles B. Whelden, Secretary; Ed. T. 
Off Pasadena; A. L. Leber. Oakland; 
H 'O. Buker, Fresno; E. J. Molony, San 
Francisco; J. O. McKown, Livermore; 
R. S. Oakford. Long Beach; George M. 
Sutherland, Alameda. 

Society of California Pioneers. Organ- 
ized August, 1850. Rooms, 5 Pioneer 
Place. Argonaut Building, west side ot 
Fourth street, between Market and Mis- 
sion streets. The expressed objects of 
the Society are to eollect and preserve 
information connected with the early 
settlement and subsequent conquest of 
the countrv. and to perpetuate the mem- 
ory of those whose sagacity, energy and 
enterprise induced them to settle in the 
wilderness and become the founders ot 
a new State, and also the male descend- 
ants of members. All who were in Cali- 
fornia prior to the first day of January. 
1850, are eligible to membership. Any 
who have rendered distinguished or im- 
portant services to the Society or State 
may be admitted as honorary members. 
Regular meetings of the Society take 
place on the first Monday of each month. 
Annual election of officers on the 7th 
of Julv, the anniversary of the conquest 
of California and of the raising of the 
American flag on its soil. Annual cele- 
bration on the 9th of September, the 
anniversary of the admission of Cali- 
fornia into the Union. Officers — Henry 
L. Brvne. President; John A. Schmidt. 
San Francisco; Silas M. Collins, San 
Francisco; Charles F. Lott, Oroville: 
Henry F. Williams. San Mateo; John Q. 
Packard, Marysville, Vice-Presidents; 
Charles J. Deering. Treasurer; John I. 
Spear, Secretary; Henry Palmer, Mar- 
shal. Directors — John M. Burnett, A. R. 
Cotton. Titus Hale, Robert R. Russ. G. 
H. Luchsinger, Francis J. Sullivan, J. J. 
Lermen, H. L. Van Winkle. 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast. 
Meets at 1978 Broadway street, first Fri- 
day of each month. George W. Dickie. 
President; Otto von Geldern, Secretary. 



MEDICAL AND DENTAL 
COLLEGES. 

California College of Osteopathy. Dr. 

Isaac Burke, Secretary, 1481 Geary street. 
California College of Pharmacy (De- 
partment of Pharmacy University ot 
California). Parnassus avenue between 
First and Second avenues. Gaston E. 
Bacon. Ph. G., President; William M. 
Searby, Secretary and Dean. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
San Francisco. 344 Fourteenth street, 
between Mission and Valencia. Wins- 
low Anderson, M. D., President. 

Cooper Medical College. Northeast 
corner of Sacramento and Webster 
streets. Founded in 1858, as the Medical 
Department of the University of the Pa- 
cific. Endowed and named Cooper Medi- 
cal College in 1882 by the late Professor 
L. C. Lane. Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. D.. 
Dean, 350 Post street. 

Dental Department College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons of San Francisco. 
Thomas Morffew. D. D. S.. President. 
Fourteenth street, between Mission and 
Valencia streets. 

Dental Department of the University 
of California. Affiliated Colleges Build 
ing Parnassus and First avenu< 
G. Sharp. M. P.. P. D- S., Dean 



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Mission and Valencia streets. 

Hahnemann Medical College of the 
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Sacramento and Maple streets. W. W. 
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M. D., Dean; E. R. Bryant, M. D., Reg- 
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Medical Department of the University 
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Dean. The lectures are given at the 
Affiliated Colleges, Parnassus avenue. 

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MILITARY. 

SATIONAL GUARD OF CALIFORNIA. 

Commander-in-Chief and Staff Head- 
quarters— State Capitol, Sacramento; J. 
N. Gillett, Governor. Commander-in- 

Brigadier General Joseph B. Lauck, 

Adjutant General, Sacramento. , 

Colonel Arthur W. Bradbury, Assist- 
ant Adjutant General, Sacramento. 

Colonel Thomas Wilhelm, Assistant In- 
spector General, Hayward. .... 

Colonel Francis E. Beck, Assistant 
Paymaster General. San Francisco. 

Colonel Frederick J. Amwey, Cluet En- 
gineer, San Francisco. 

Colonel George H. Pippy. Judge Advo- 
cate General, San Francisco. 

Colonel Winslow Anderson. Surgeon 
General, San Francisco. 

AIDS-DE-CAMP. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Wielieke, 

Sa Lieu 1 tenant- Colonel Frank M. Chapman, 
Lieutenant-Colonel Harvey D. Love- 
land. San Francisco. «-,-THn„a 
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___ianuel J. Loui; 
^Lieutenant-Colonel Theodore H. Minor, 

Areata. _, _ /-m^,. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Theodore Gier. 

^Lieutenant-Colonel J.' H. Hendy, San 

Fr L?eutenant-Coloriel Henry G. W. Dink- 

'"' L'i'eu't.mmit-Coh.nel ' George E. Pills- 

^Lieu^nantTohfnel George M. Perine, 

^Lieutenant-Colonel James H. Cambell. 

Pa Lfeiftenant-Colonel Rufus H. Herron, 



eles. 



°Lieutenant-Colonel William J. Barrett, 

^Lieutenant-Colonel George N. Black. 

L °Lie A u n tfnant-Colonel D. C. Collier, San 

. Lieutenant-General Arthur W. Foster, 
Jr., San Rafael. _ r 

Lieutenant-Colonel William M. Gar- 
land Los Angeles 

Lieutenant-Colonel C M Hammond, 
Upperlake. „„1 

Lieutenant-Colonel Charles L. Heart- 
well. Long Beach. 



Lieutenant-Colonel 
Bakersfteld. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
San Francisco. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
San Francisco. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
Los Angeles. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
terey. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
Francisco. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
Los Angeles. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 

M.HleSt'l. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
Los Angeles. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
San Francisco. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
San Rafael. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 
San Diego. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 



Ira Hochheimer, 

Frank W. Mara ton, 

Paul M. Nippert, 

Sherman Pease, 

E. A. Preble, Mon- 

R. H. Smith, San 

G. C. Van Nest, 

Charles D. Swan, 

P. Max Kuehniich. 

Frank H. Johnson, 

J. A. Lockwood, 

Edward Fletcher, 

Ferdinand Hurst. 



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Keesling, Brigadier-In- 



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SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the Counties of Alameda, 
Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras Colusa. 
Contra Costa. Del Norte, El Dorado. 
Fresno Glenn, Humboldt. Inyo. Kern. 
Kings, Lake. Lassen, Madera, Mann. 
.Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Mod...', 
Mono, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas. 
Sacramento. San Francisco, San Joaquin. 
San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, 
Shasta Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano. Sono- 
ma Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, 
Tuiare Tuolumne, Yolo. Yuba. . 

Onlv that portion of the Second Bri- 
gade in San Francisco is given here: 
SECOND BRIGADE, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Headquarters, 874 Monadnoek Build- 

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Commanding. 

Major F. 

SP Maj'or Josiah R. Howell, Brigade Com- 

m Major' C. E. Oilman, Engineer Officer. 

Major and Brigade Quartermaster, S. 
W. Morsh. a.l . , 

First Lieutenant H. G. McKannay, Aid- 

<le Fi?st Lieutenant H. H. Delamater. Aid- 
de-Camp. 

Attached. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Theodore Rethers. 
SIGNAL CORPS— SECOND COMPANY. 
Armory 1574 McAllister street. 
Captain. F. J. Sullivan. 
First Lieutenant, E. B. Terry. 
FIFTH INFANTRY. 
Field and Staff. 
Colonel David A. Smith. Commanding. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Edwin G. Hunt. 
Major G. L. Holtum. 
Major U. S. Grattan. 
Major M. W. Simpson. 
Captain F. Peterson. Quartermaster. 
Captain J. O. McKown. .... . 

Captain H. G. Mathewson, Adjutant 
First Lieutenant S. W. Morshead, Bat- 

ta F,r^t A LH-i a tenant Clement R. Aroues. 
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First Lieutenant Ralph J. Faneuf, Bat- 
talion Adjutant. T_r Qr „,„„ rtat 

Second Lieutenant M. Herman, Bat- 
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Second Brigade. 

Fifth Infantry Band, San Francisco. 

Company H — 1160 Eddy street. Cap- 
tain, J. C. Nagle; First Lieutenant, W. 
H Mallett; Second Lieutenant, C. c. 
De Wolf. „ . . 

Company X — 147 Buchanan. Captain, 
C. J. Mund; First Lieutenant, W. H. Ho- 
mer. . . 

Company I.— 1160 Eddy street. Laptain 
J J Hyer; First Lieutenant, J. C. Young; 
Second Lieutenant, A. V. Collett. 

NAVAL MILITA Or CALIFORNIA 

San Francisco Headquarters, 302 Russ 
Building. _, , 

Captain George W. Bauer, Command- 
ing, San Francisco. 

Commander A. A. Morey, Santa Cruz. 

Commander George E. Kammerer, ban 
Francisco. 

Lieutenant-Commander M. Ray Cos- 
terisan, Chief Engineer, Los Angeles. 

Lieutenant-Commander T. B. W. Le- 
land. Chief Surgeon, San Francisco. 

Lieutenant C. C. Dennis, Paymaster, 
Alameda. ■ _ _ 

Lieutenant Henry P. Smith, San Fran- 

CI Li ) eutenant John T. McMillan, Aid-de- 
Camp, San Francisco. 

First Division — San Francisco. 

Lieutenant J. A. McGee, Commanding, 
San Francisco. ,. 

Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) W. E. Conlin, San 
Francisco. „ 

Ensign E. Mosbaeher, San Francisco. 

Ensign I. C. Allen, San Francisco. 
Second Division — San Francisco. 

Lieutenant T. S. Harloe, Commanding, 
San Francisco. .. 

Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) A. J. Fritz, San 
Francisco. „ „ 

Ensign Louis Ferrari, San Francisco. 
Third Division — San Diego. 

Lieutenant D. M. Stewart, Command- 
ing, San Diego. , 

Lieutenant (Jr Gr.) J. E. Parrish, San 
Diego. , 

Ensign H. C. Buckle. San Diego. 

Ensign J. H. Davis, San Diego. 
Fourth Division — Santa Cruz. 

Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) James H. Willey, 
Commanding, Santa Cruz. 

Ensign L. A. Sprague. Santa Cruz. 

Ensign W. C. Tooze, Santa Cruz. 
Fifth Division — Eureka 

Lieutenant Edward McLaughlin, Com- 
manding, Eureka. 

Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) Thomas F. Foley, 

Ensign A. B. Adams, Eureka. 
Sixth Division — Santa Barbara. 

Lieutenant William C. Day, Command- 
ing, Santa Barbara. 

Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) F. J. Smith, 
Santa Barbara. , 

Ensign J. P. Smith, Santa Barbara. 

Ensign James D. Cavalletto, Santa 
Barbara. 

Seventh DiviBion — Iios Angeles. 

Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) A. H. Woodbine, 
Commanding, Los Angeles. 

Lieutenant George E. Link, Los An- 

Ensign E. M. Vaughan, Los Angeles. 
Engineer Division — San Francisco. 

Lieutenant William Speck, Command- 
ing, San Francisco. 

Lieutenant John Jardine, San Francis 



Ensign Henry Leopold, San Francisco. 
Ensign C. S. Hendry, San Francisco. 



Veterans' National Guard of California. 

Organized May 16, 1888. Objects— To 
promote social reunion and good fellow- 
ship; to assist its members in all just 
claims, for the rights and benefits con- 
ferred upon them by the laws of the 
State of California, and to advance the 
interests of the National Guard. Seven 
years of continuous service in the Na- 
tional Guard of the State is a prerequis- 
ite of membership. Meets on the third 
Wednesday of each month at the Veter- 
ans' Hall. 432 Duboce avenue. Officers — 
Captain E. G. Eisen, Commander; Colonel 
c. Mason Kinne, Vice-Commander; C. W. 
Radebold, Adjutant; Captain John E. 
Klein, Paymaster. 

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. 
These Military organizations are inde- 
pendent of the National Guard of Cali- 
fornia, and for the most part are at- 
tached to some benevolent association. 

Austrian Military and Benevolent As- 
sociation, 566 Fulton street. 

LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CADETS. 
First Regiment (Dismounted Artil- 
lery). Established January 7, 1894. 
Comprises fifteen companies (Band, Field 
Music and Hospital Corps). Member- 
ship is confined to those who are mem- 
bers of the League of the Cross. James 
E Power, Colonel. Regimental head- 
quarters, 1100 Franklin street. 

League of the Cross Cadets Band — 
Meets every Wednesday. 

Company A— St. Mary's Cathedral 
Parish. Meets every Monday. P. H. Mc- 
Carthy, Captain. . 

Company D— Sacred Heart Parish. 

Meets every Tuesday. A. Burke, Captain. 

Company E — Holy Redeemer Parish. 

Meets every Monday. George Meagher, 

Captain. 

Company F — St. Rafael. Marin county, 
Parish. Meets every Monday. F. O. 
Sirard, Captain. 

Company H— St. Brendan's Parish. 
Meets every Tuesday. J. Daly. Captain. 
Company I — St. Peter's Parish. Meets 
everv Monday. E. Barieu, Captain. 

Company L — Mission Dolores Parish. 
Meets every Friday. F. J. Grim ley, Cap- 
company N— St. Francis' Parish Oak- 
land. Meets every Tuesday. H. J. Leon- 
ard, Captain. 

Company O— St. John the Evangelist 

Parish. Meets every Tuesday. Thomas 

O'Day. Captain. „.„.,,»* 

Company T — Menlo Park Parish. Meets 

.ery Tuesday. John F. Morey, Captain. 



PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIONS. 

Alaska Fisherman's Protective Union, 

93 Steuart street. 

American Association of Masters and 
Pilots. Meets at New Ferry Building, 
their hall, every Monday evening at !■> 
p. m. Captain Thomas J. Kennedy, Presi- 
dent; Captain Charles J. Swanson, First 
Vice-President; Captain Henry C. Spnnt;, 
Second Vice-President. Captain J. Wal- 
ter Johnson, Secretary and Business 
Manager. Trustees — Captain Charles J. 
Swanson. Captain Peter M. Anderson. 
Captain Peter G. Kraft. Office and read- 
ing room, 1 Ferry Building. 

American Shipmasters Association of 
the Pacific Coast. Alex. Bergman, Secre- 
tary, S2 Market street. 

Golden Gate Harbor, No. 40. Meets 
every Wednesday in each month at 4.. 
Steuart street. J. F. Petzinger, Presi- 
dent; J. T. Jones, Secretary. 



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Association of Master Plumbers of 
San rrancisco. Frank J. Klim, President; 
John L. E. Firmln, Secretary. Meets 
first Friday and Saturday after the third 
Friday at northwest corner Page and 
(lough streets. 

Barbers' Protective Union. Meets every 
Monday evening at Fourteenth street, 
Between Mission and Valencia streets. 
Charles Koch, Secretary. 

Bookbinders' Local Union No. 31, In- 
ternational Brotherhood of Bookbinders. 
Meets first and third Friday evenings of 
each month at Fourteenth and Guerrero 
streets. T. J. Leary, President; James 
1 >. Kelly, Secretary. 

Bottlers' and Manufacturers' Protec- 
tive Association of California. Louis R. 
Levy, Secretary, 524 Gough street. 

Brewers' Protective Association. Meets 
at 31S Humboldt Bank Building every 
Thursday in each month. F. G. Phillipps, 
Secretary, 310 Sansome street. 

Builders Association of California, 
The 402 Kearny street. Rooms open 
dailv from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Exchange 
hours 12 m. to 2 p. m. daily. Meetings 
second Monday in each month. J. Stahl, 
President; Charles M. Lindsay, Secretary. 
Carriage and Wagon Builders' Associ- 
ation. D. E. Besecker, Secretary, 248 
Pacific Building. 

Pranklin Spar and Bau-Verein. F. 
Ludemann, President, 3041 Baker street. 
International Association of Machin- 
ists, San Prancisco Lodge Ho. 68. Meets 
Wednesday evening in each month at 
°°8 Oak street. W. P. Delaney, Presi- 
dent; Charles W. Meyer, Secretary. 

Long-shore Lumbermen's Protective As- 
sociation of San Prancisco. G. Hanson, 
Secretary; J. C. Williams, General Agent. 
Office foot of Third street. 

Masons' and Builders' Association of 
San Prancisco. Meets first Friday of 
each month at 180 Jessie street. W. 
Reed President; "W. S. Scott, Secretary; 
W. A. Rainey, Treasurer. 

Musicians' Mutual Protective Union 
of San Prancisco, Local No. 6, American 
Federation of Musicians. Meets second 
Thursday of each month at 1 p. m. 
Hoard of Directors meets every luesday 
at 11 a. m. at 6S Haight street. Charles 
H. Cassasa, President. John A. Keogh, 
Recording Secretary. 

Pile Drivers and Bridge Builders As- 
sociation, Local No. 77, 56 Mission street. 
Betail Pruit Dealers Association. J. L. 
Polito, Secretary, 3267 Sixteenth street. 

Riggers' Protective Union, 10 Howard 
street. 

San Prancisco Beer Bottlers' Board of 
Trade. G. Rosenhlum, President; Louis 
R. Levy. Secretary, 524 Gough. 

San Prancisco Dental Association. 
Meets second Monday of each month at 
13 5 Stockton street. Dr. H. A. Frederick, 
President; Dr. B. C. Best, Secretary. 

San Prancisco Planing Mill Owners' 
Association. Builders Exchange Building. 
Meets every Wednesday. R. B. Moore, 
President; A. C. Bredfield, Secretary. 

San Prancisco Betail Grocers' Associ- 
ation. Meets second and fourth Mondays 
and Wednesdays of each month at 1211 
Buchanan street. Fred Krueger, Secre- 
tary. 

Soda Water Manufacturing Associa- 
tion. D. F. Shea, President; Louis R. 
Lew. Secretary. Office, 524 Gough 

street. 

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Travelers' Protective Association, POBt 

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PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND 
HALLS. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Alms House, off Corbett avenue, near 
Laguna Honda. 

City Hall, southeast corner McAllister 
and Larkin. 

County Hospital, Potrero avenue near 
Twenty-second. 

County Jail, west side San Jose ave- 
nue, near Ocean avenue. 

Custom House, northwest corner 
Washington and Battery. 

Grant Building, Seventh and Market. 

Hall of Justice. 64-70 Eddy. 

Hall of Records, City Hall. 

Postoffice, northeast corner Seventh 
and Mission. 

United States Appraiser's Building. 
Sansome, between Washington and Jack- 
United States Marine Hospital, Pre- 
sidio Reservation. 

United States Mint, northwest corner 
Mission and Fifth. 

United States Treasury, 60S-610 Com- 
mercial. 



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HALLS. 

Advance Hall, 316 Fourt 
Albert Pike Memorial 
Geary. 

Arcanium Hall, 163S Eddy. 
Bent's Hall, 3001 Twenty-second. 
B'nai B'rith Hall, Van Ness avenue and 
Ash. 

Callegari's Hall, 421 Union. 
Coleman's Hall, 1088 Bush. 
Cotillion, 159 Church. 
Devisadero Hall. 321 Devisadero. 
Dolores Hall, 3278 Sixteenth. 
Druids' Hall, 680 McAllister. 
Duveneck's Hall, Twenty-fourth and 
Church. 

Eagles' Hall, 1695 Market. 
Eastern Star Chapter's Hall, 159 Church. 
E'intracht Hall. 237 Twelfth. 
Equalitv Hall, 139 Albion avenue. 
Excelsior Hall, 2337 Mission. 
Findlay's Dancing Academy, 3245 Six- 
teenth. 

Foresters' Hall. I near Eleventh avenue. 
Foresters' Hall, 14 26 Ellis. 
Franklin Hall, 1881 Fillmore. 
Fraternal Hall. 1919 Sutter. 
Garabaldi Hall. Broadway ami Kearny. 

Golden Gate Hall. 2135 Sutter. 

Golden West Hall, 174 Castro. 
Hamilton Hall. 1545 Steiner. 

I O O. F. Fraternal Hall, 1245 Market 

Improvement Hall, 2269 Market. 

Kendrick's Hall, 454 Valencia. 

King Solomon's Hall, 1745 Fillmore. 

Knights of Honor Hall. 1416 Steiner. 

Knights of Red Branch. 1133 Mission. 

Labor Council Hall. 316 Fourteenth. 

Larkin Hall, 590 Eddy. 

Laurel Hall. 512 Railroad avenue. 

Liberty Hall, 1791 Mission. 

Lignri' Hall, 4441 Mission. 

Lyra Hall, Church, corner Twenty- 

Lvric Hall, Larkin and Turk. 
Maennerbund. 1180 Potrero avenue. 
Mangel's Hall, Twenty-fourth and Fol- 

Marine Engineers' Hall, 45 Steuart. 
Masonic Hall, 2666 Mis 



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Mission Masonic Temple, 266S Mission. 

Mission Turn Verein Hall, 3513 Eight- 
eenth. _ , 

Mowry's Hall, corner Laguna and 
Grove. 

National Hall, 566 Fulton. 

Native Sons' Hall, Gough and. Geary. 

Neegaard's Hall, S06 Larkin. 

New Bra Hall. 2121 Market. 

Nunan Hall, 1254 Market. 

Oakwood Hall, 1805 Devisadero 

Plant's Hall, Twenty-fourth and Doug- 
lass. 

Polito Hall, 3265 Sixteenth. 

Potrero Opera House, 627 Tennessee. 

Raymond Hall. 1713 Twentieth. 

Redmen's Hall, 240 Golden Gate ave- 
nue. 

Renstrom Hall, 434 Stanyan. 
Richmond Hall, 309 Fourth avenue. 

Roesch Hall, Fifteenth and Mission. 
Sheet Metal Workers' Hall, 224 Guer- 

St. George Hall. 1675 Market. 

St. Helen Hall. 20S9 Fifteenth. 

Starr King Memorial Hall, Capp. cor- 
ner Twentieth. _,. , 

Stegeman's, northeast corner Clinton 
Park and Valencia. 

Steimke's Hall, 2760 Octavia 

Swedish-American Hall, 2174 Market. 

Teamster's Hall, 530 Bryant. 

Twin Peaks' Hall, southeast corner 
Seventeenth and Noe. 

Union Hall, 316 Fourteenth. 

Valencia Hall, 357% Valencia. 

Veteran Hall, 432 Duboce avenue. 

Walton's Pavilion, 1112 Golden Gate 

Washington Square Hall, 1525 Stockton. 
Wolf's Hall, 3 Plymouth avenue. 
Woodmen Building, 3345 Seventeenth. 
Yeomen Hall. 3302 Twenty-fourth. 
Young Men's Institute Hall, 92 Sanchez. 



Emerson Primary School. Pine, neai 

Devisadero. 

Everett Grammar School. Sanchez 

Pairmount Grammar School. Cheniry 
near Randall. 

Pranklin Grammar School. Eighth 
near Harrison. 

Fremont Grammar School. McAllister 
m-ar Baker. 

Garfield Primary School. Union, hea 
Kearny. 

Girls' High School. At Lowell, Sutt. 
near Gough. 

Glen Park Grammar School. San Jos 
and Joost avenues. 

Golden Gate Primary School. Goldei 
Gate avenue, near Scott. 

Grant Primary School. Pacific avenue 
near Broderick. 

Grattan Primary School. Grattan an 
Alma avenue. 

Haig-ht Primary School. Mission, nea 
Twenty-fifth. 

Hamilton Evening School. Geary, nea 
! Scott. 

Hamilton Grammar School. Geary, nea 
i Scott. 

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF SAN 
FRANCISCO. 

Adams Cosmopolitan Grammar School. 

Eddy, near Van Ness avenue. 

Agassiz Primary School. Bartlett, near 
Twenty-second. 

Balboa Primary School. Forty-second 
avenue and I street. 

Bergerot Primary School. Twenty-fifth 
and Point Lobos avenue. 

Bernal Grammar School. Cortland ave- 
nue, near Andover. 

Bttena Vista Primary School. Bryant, 
near Eighteenth. 

Burnett Grammar School. L and Four- 
teenth avenue (South). 

Bryant Cosmopolitan Primary School. 
York and Twenty-third. 

Clement Primary School. Day and Noe. 
Columbia Grammar School. Florida, 
near Twenty-fifth. 

Commercial High School, at Mission. 
Eighteenth and Dolores. 

Commercial Evening- School. Eight- 
eenth and Dolores. 

Cooper Primary School. Thirteenth 
avenue and K (Sunset). 

Crocker Grammar School. Page, near 
Broderick. 

Senman Grammar School. Bush, near 
Hyde. 

Douglass Primary School. Nineteenth 
and Collingwood. 

Dudley Stone Primary School. Haignt, 
near Masonic avenue. 

Edison Primary School. Church and 
Hill. 



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avenue and Flora. 

Hawthorne Primary Sohool. Bhotwel 
near Twenty-second. 

Hearst Grammar School. Hermann an 
Fillmore. _ , 

Henry Durant Primary School, luri 
near Webster. 

Holly Park Primary School. Ando\ •< 
avenue and Jefferson street. 

Horace Mann Grammar School, valei 



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Horace Mann Evening- School. Vali n- 
cia near Twenty-second. 

Humooldt Evening: School. Eighteenth 
and Dolores. 

Hunter's Point School. Eighth avenue. 
between C and D. 

Irving M. Scott Grammar School. 
Tennessee, near Twenty-second. 

Irving Primary School. Broadway, 
near Montgomery. 

Jackson Primary School. Oak, near 
Stanyan. 

James Lick Grammar School. Noe and 
Twenty-fifth. 

Jean Parker Grammar School. Broad- 
way, near Powell. 

Jefferson Primary School. Bryant and 
Seventh. 

John Swett Grammar School. Mc- 
Allister, near Gough. 

Lafayette Primary School. Greenwich, 
near Webster. 

Laguna Honda Primary School. Seventh 

Lake'view Primary School. Plymouth 
and Grafton. 

Lincoln Evening School. At Hearst 
School, Hermann and Fillmore. 

Lincoln Grammar School. Harrison, 
near Fourth. 

Lowell High School. Sutter, near 
Gough. 

Madison Primary School. Clay, near 
Walnut. ,,. . 

Marshall Primary Sohool. Mission, 
near Fifteenth, rear Julian avenue. 

McKinley Primary School. Fourteenth 
and Castro. 

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Mission High School. Eighteenth and 
Dolores. 

Monroe Grammar School. China avenue 
and London. 

Moulder Primary School. Page and 
Gough. 

Noe Valley Primary School. Twenty- 
fourth and Douglass. 

Oceanhouse Primary School. Corbett 

Oral School for Deaf. McAllister, be- 
tween Octavia and Gough. 

Oriental Public School. Clay, near 
Powell. 

Pacific Heights Grammar School. Jack- 
son, near Webster. 

Parental School. Harrison, near Tenth. 

Park Primary School. Sixth avenue, 
between B and C. 

Peabody Primary School. Sixth av- 
enue, near California. 

Polytechnic High School. First avenue 
and Frederick. 

Redding Primary School. Pine near 
Larkin. 

Richmond Evening School. First av- 
enue near Point Lobos avenue. 

Richmond Grammar School. First 
avenue near Point Lobos avenue. 

Sheridan Primary School. Minerva 
near Plymouth, Ocean View. 

Sherman Primary School. Union near 
Franklin. 

South End Primary School. Somerset 
near Burrows. 

Spring Valley Grammar School. Broad- 
way near Polk, 

Starr King Primary School. San Bruno 
avenue near Twenty-fifth. 

Sunnyside Annex School. 115 Flood 

Sunset Primary School. Thirteenth 
avenue and K street. 

Sutro Grammar School. Twelfth av- 
enue near Clement. 

Visitacion Valley School. Sunnydale 
avenue and Cora. 

Washington Evening School. At Sher- 
man School. Union near Franklin. 

Washington Grammar School. Wash- 
ington and Mason. 

West End Primary School. 5630 Mis- 
sion. 

Winfield Scott Primary School. Lom- 
bard near Baker. 

Ball Katherine Miss. Supervisor Draw- 
ing Public Schools. Residence 2112 Cali- 
fornia. 

Bartlett Eleanor Miss. Supervisor Do- 
mestic Science, Public Schools. 

Carpenter Estelle 
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Willard. 

Doyle M. 3. Supervisor Manuel Train- 
ing, Public Schools. Residence Berkeley. 

Miehling George. Supervisor Physical 
Culture, Public Schools. Residence 1436 
Eleventh avenue, Sunset. 

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 

Albert Pike Memorial Temple Associa- 
tion. Office, 1S59 Geary street. Fred. 
J. H. Rickon, President; Frank B. Ladd, 
Vice-President; W. I. Brobeck, Secre- 
tary; Wm. Crocker, Treasurer. 

California Bible Society. Depository 
and office, 684 Waller street. Meets first 



Thursdav in each month. Benjamin Ro- 
maine, President; Rev. J. E. Squires, 
Secretary, 1755 Bush street. 

Congregational Sunday School and 
Publishing Society. Rev. E. J. Singer, 
Superintendent Northern California and 
Nevada. Meetings at home of members. 
Epworth League Alliance, The. Exec- 
utive committee meets second Thursday 
of each month at Wesley M. E. Church, 
corner Hayes and Buchanan streets. H. 
J. Stetson, President; Miss Emma Cooley, 
Recording Secretary; Charles Booth. Cor- 
responding Secretary. 749 Hayes street. 
Occidental Board of Poreign Missions. 
Meets first Monday of each month at 920 
Sacramento street. Mrs. H. B. Pinney, 
President; Mrs. R. L. Madden, Recording 
Secretary. 

Presbyterian Mission House. 920 Sac- 
ramento street. Headquarters of the 
Women's Occidental Board of Foreign 
Missions of the Presbyterian Church. 

San Prancisco Church Extension Soci- 
ety of the M. E. Church. Meets at 1 
Baker street. Rolla V. Watt, President. 
San Prancisco National Training School 
and Deaconess Home of the M. E. Church, 
129 Haight street. Rev. E. R. Willis, D. 
D., President. 

San Prancisco Seamen's Institute. 24 2 
Steuart, near Folsom. Rev. Frank Stone. 
M. A., Chaplain. A Church Institute for 
seamen of all nations and creed and 
colors. 

Seamen's Institute and Church. In 
connection with the Missions to Seamen's 
Society which has branches in all the 
large ports throughout the world. All 
seamen are welcome. Reading, games 
and concerts. Bank and Postofflce, 240 
Steuart street. 

The Gentlemen's Sodality of St Ignatius 
Church. Meets on Sundays of each 
month at 2211 Hayes street. Rev. George 
P. Butler, S. J., Director; James R. Kelly, 
Prefect. 

The Ladies' Sodality of St Ignatius 
Church, 2211 Hayes street. Meets on 
the second, fourth and fifth Sundays of 
each month, at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Joseph 
C Sasia S. J., Director; Miss Jessie G. 
Inglis Prefect; Miss Nettie Beardsley, 
First Assistant; Miss Sarah Welch, Sec- 



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The San Prancisco Port Society, 

owns the house of worship of the Miners- 
Church and has the care of providing 
for its work financially. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 
12 20 Geary street. Rolla V. Watt, Pres- 
ident; He'nrv J. McCoy, General Secre- 
tary; E. E. Edson, Educational Director; 
W. L. Anderson, Office Secretary. 

Young Men's Hebrew Association. In- 
corporated November 9th, 1901. Loca- 
tion 1966-1974 Page street, near Stanyan 
street. The objects are to improve the 
moral, mental and physical condition of 
Jewish young men and women; provid- 
ing and maintaining a library and read- 
ing-room, billiard room, social hall and 
gvmnasium with baths attached. The 
Association rooms are open each day 
from 10 a. m. to 11 p. m., except on 
Jewish holidays. Officers: Jerome Kann, 
President; Paul Nathan, Secretary. 

Young Women's Christian Association. 
Mrs. Geo. P. Thurston, President; Miss 
Elizabeth B. Rowles, Secretary; Mrs. L. 
A Young, Superintendent. Boarding 
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SECRET SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Grand Iiodffe of Tree and Accepted 
Masons of California. Meets second 
Tuesday in October at Golden Gate Com- 
mandery Building. Sutter street, be- 
tween Steiner and Scott streets. George 
M Ferine, Grand Master, San Francisco; 
Reuben H. Lloyd, Deputy Grand Master, 
San Francisco; Oscar Lawler, Senior 
Grand Warden, Los Angeles; William F. 
Pierce, Junior Grand Warden, San Fran- 
cisco; Edward Coleman, Grand Treasurer, 
San Francisco; George Johnson, Grand 
Secretary, San Francisco; Thomas J. 
Baker, Grand Lecturer, San Francisco; 
Ernest E. Baker. Grand Chaplain, Oak- 
land; Jacob Nieto. Grand Orator, ban 
Francisco; Harry S. Johnson, Assistant 
Grand Secretary, San Francisco; William 
Kettner Grand Marshal. San Diego; 
Chauncey C. Bush, Grand Bible Bearer. 
Redding; Albert B. Webster, Grand Stan- 
dard Bearer, Oakland; Emanuel J. Louis, 
Grand Sword Bearer, San Diego: Delos 
W Smythe, Senior Grand Deacon, San 
Jose; Adam Brown. Junior Grand Dea- 
con, Arroyo Grande; James C. Ensign. 
Senior Grand St. -ward. Hanford; Fred W . 
Van Sicklen, Junior Grand Steward. Ala- 
meda; Joshua D. Tucker. Grand Pursui- 
vant Honolulu, H. T.; Samuel D. Mayer. 
Grand Organist. San Francisco; George 
P. Adams, Grand Tyler, San Francisco. 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons 
of California. Meets on the third Tues- 
day of April of each year. Frederick 
William G. Moebus, Grand High Priest, 
Alameda; George Hayes Monroe, Deputy 
Grand High Priest, Fresno; James Rob- 
ert Tapscott. Grand King. Yreka; Charles 
Willis Norton, Grand Scribe, Stockton; 
Franklin Henry Day, Grand Treasurer, 
San Francisco; William Abraham Davies, 
Grand Secretary. Alameda; Edwin Allen 
Sherman. Grand Chaplain, Oakland; 
Henry Ascroft. Grand Lecturer, San 
Francisco; Leo Valtus Youngworth. 
Grand Captain of the Host, Los Angeles; 
William Whittingham Lyman, Grand 
Royal Arch Captain. St. Helena; Samuel 
David Maver. Grand Organist. San Fran- 
I isco; George Washington Perkins, Grand 
Guard, San Francisco. The Fifty-fifth 
Annual Convocation of Grand Chapter 
will be held in the city of San Francisco, 
commencing Tuesday, April 20th, A. D. 
1909, A. I. 2439, at 10 o'clock A. M. 

Grand Council of Royal and Select 
Masters of California. Meets on Monday 
preceding third Tuesday of April each 
year at 10 a. m. William Henry Gaynor. 
Grand Master. Los Angeles; William 
Olimer Girardey. Deputy Grand Master. 
Sacramento; Thompson Wilson Drullard, 
Grand Principal Conductor of Work. 
Santa Cruz; Franklin Henry Day, Grand 
Treasurer, San Francisco; Thomas Abra- 
ham Davies. Grand Recorder, Alameda; 
James Bestor Merritt, Grand Chaplain. 
Oakland; Henry Ascroft, Grand Lecturer, 
San Francisco; Benjamin Brooks Cart- 
wright, Grand Captain of Guard, Alham- 
bra; Joseph Abner Courter, Grand Con- 
ductor of Council, Sacramento; Thomas 
Oehtreigh Hevdenfeldt, Grand Steward. 
Redwood City; Samuel David Mayer, 
Grand Organist. San Francisco; George 
Washington Perkins, Grand Sentinel, San 
Francisco. Committee on Fraternal Cor- 
respondence. James Bestor Merritt, Oak- 
land. The Fortv-ninth Annual Assem- 
bly of this Grand Council will be held 
in' the City of San Francisco, on Mon- 
day. April 19. A. D. 1909, Anno Dep. 2909, 
at' 10 o'clock A. M. 



Grand Commander; of Knights Temp- 
lar of California. Meets on first Thurs- 
day after the third Tuesday of April of 
each year. William Dennison Stephens. 
Grand Commander, Los Angeles; Harvey 
Davis Doveland, Deputy Grand Comman- 
der San Francisco; Louis Fred Brenner, 
Grand Generalissimo, Sacramento; Albert 
Augustine Caldwell, Grand Captain Gen- 
eral Los Angeles; Rodolph Wallace 
Meek Grand Senior Warden, Oakland; 
William Augustus Hammel, Grand Jun- 
ior Warden. Los Angeles; Reuben Henry 
Sink Grand Prelate. Stockton; Edward 
Coleman, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco- W r illiam Abraham Davies, Grand 
Recorder, Alameda; James Robert Tap- 
scott, Grand Standard Bearer, \reka; 
John P. Fraser. Grand Sword Bearer 
San Francisco; Perry W. Weidner, Grand 
Warder Los Angeles; Samuel David 
Maver, Grand Organist, San Francisco; 
George Washington Perkins, Grand Lap- 
tain of Guard. San Francisco. The Grand 
Commandery of California will assem- 
ble in its Fifty-first Annual Conclave at 
the City of San Francisco, Thursday. 
April 22 A- D. 1909, A. O. 791. 

Scottish Rite of Pree Masonry, San 
Francisco Consistory, No. 1. Meets even 
Friday evening at 8 p. m.. at Golden 
Gate ' Commandery Hall. 2135 Sutter 
street. 

San Francisco Chapter, No. 1. Meets 
at call of the Master at S p. m ..at 
Golden Gate Commandery Hall. -i-> 
Sutter street. 

San Francisco Council, No. 1. Meets 
at call of the Master at Golden Gate 
Commandery Hall, 2135 Sutter street. 

San Francisco lodge of Perfection 
No. 1. Meets every Friday evening at 
S p m„ at Golden Gate Commandery 
Hall, 2135 Sutter street. 

California Bodies A. and A. Scottish 
Rite of Free Masonry, Southern Juris- 
diction of the United States; California 
lodge of Perfection, No. 10; California 
Chapter, No. 7, Knights Rose Croix; 
California Council, No. 7, Knights 
Kadosli; California Consistory, No 5. 
All meet at Albeit Pike Memorial Tem- 
ple, 1S59 Geary street. 

Islam Temple Ancient Arabic Order 
Nobles of Mystic Shrine. Stated meet- 
ings second Wednesday of each month 
at"l799 Steiner street. 

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 
California Commandery, No. 1 sta t<?d 
assembly every Friday evening at 500 
Geary street. 

Golden Gate Commandery, No. 16. Sta- 
ted assembly first and third Mondays ot 
each month at Golden Gate Hall. 

Mission Commandery, No. 41. Stated 
assembly every Tuesday evening m Mis- 
sion Masonic Temple. 

California Council, No. 2, R. and S. M., 
Meets first Wednesday of each month at 
1154 O'Farrell street. 

ROYAL ARCH MASONS. 
San Francisco Chapter, No. 1. Stated 
meeting first and third Wednesdays of 
each month at 2135 Sutter street. 

California Chapter, No. 5. Stated meet- 
ings first and third Tuesdays of each 
month at 2135 Sutter street. 

Mission Chapter, No. 79. Stated as- 
sembly first and third Thursdays of each 
month" in Mission Masonic Temple. 
MASONIC LODGES. 
The Masonic Lodges meet in this City 
as follows: 



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California, No. 1. Meets first Thurs- 
day .-veiling of each month in Golden 
Gate Commandery Hall. 

I.a Parfaite Union, No. 17. Meets 
first Friday evening of each month m 
King Solomon's Hall. 

Occidental, No. 22. Meets first Monday 
evening of each month in King Solomons 
Hall. 

Golden Gate, No. 30. Meets first rues- 
day evening of each month in King 
Solomon's Hall. 

Mount Moriah, No. 44. Meets first 
Wednesday evening of each month in 
Golden Gate Commandery Hall. 

Fidelity, No. 120. Meets first Thurs- 
day evening of each month in King 
Solomon's Hall. 

Hermann, No. 127. Meets first Monday 
evening of each month in King Solo- 
mon's Hall. 

Pacific, No. 136. Meets first Tuesday 
evening of each month in King Solo- 
mon's Hall. „ r , 

Crockett, No. 139. Meets first Wednes- 
day evening of each month in King Sol- 
omon's Hall. 

Oriental, No. 144. Meets nrst_ Tues- 
day evening of each month in Calvary 

'" Excelsior, No. 166. Meets first Wednes- 
day evening of each month in King 
Solomon's Hall. . . 

Mission, No 169. Meets first ^eanes- 
day evening of each month at 2b2SS Mis- 
sion street. 

South San Prancisco, No. 212. Meets 
every Thursday evening in Masonic Hall, 
southeast corner Railroad and Four- 
teenth avenues. 

Doric, No. 216. Meets first Thursday 
evening of each month in Golden Gate 
Commandery Hall. 

Speranza Italiana, No. 260. Meets hist 
Friday evening of each month m King 
Solomon's Hall. 

King Solomon's, No. 260. Meets first 
Monday evening of each month in King 
Solomon's Hall. 

Starr King-, No.344. Meets first Wednes- 
day evening of each month in King Sol- 
omon's Hall. 

Presidio, No. 354. Meets first Thurs- 
day evening of each month in King Sol- 
omon's Hall. 

San Prancisco, No. 360. Meets first 
Tuesday evening of each month in King 
Solomon's Hall. 

Amity, No. 370. Meets first Friday 
evening of each month at 262S Mission 
street. 

Jewel, No. 374. Meets second Friday 
evening of each month in King Solomon's 
Hall. 

Parnassus, No. 388. Meets second 
Tuesday evening of each month in Ma- 
sonic Hall, 12th avenue and J street. 

Masonic Board of Belief. Meets at 
Pacific Building every Monday evening. 
Masonic Cemetery Association. Office, 
297 Monadnock Building; Theo. Frolich. 
Secretary; Franklin H. Day, Treasurer; 
George S. Matthews, Superintendent. 

Masonic Hall Association. Office, 901 
Call Building. George Johnson, Secre- 
tary. 

ORDER OP THE EASTEBN STAB. 
Grand Chapter of the Order of the 
Eastern Star of California. Meets on 
the third Tuesday in October of each 
vear. Ben B. Cartwright, Worthy Grand 
Patron, Alhambra; Miss Emma Riehl, 
Worth v Grand Matron, San Jose; Mat- 
thew Stewart. Associate Grand Pat-" 



Rio Vista; Mrs. Alice P. Dozier, Asso- 
ciate Grand Matron. Modesto; Mrs. Kate 
J. Willats, Grand Secretary, San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. Laura P. Butcher, Grand 
Treasurer, Santa Barbara; Mrs. Helen M. 
Carpenter, Grand Chaplain, Ukiah; Mrs. 
Matilda E. Hunt, Grand Conductress. 
Sisson; Mrs. Lily C. Byce, Associate 
Grand Conductress, Petaluma; Mrs. An- 
nie M. Johnson, Grand Marshal, San 
Francisco; Mrs. Winifred Morey. Grand 
Adah, Watsonville; Mrs. Mary E. Heth, 
Grand Ruth, Azusa; Miss Sarah C. Reese, 
Grand Esther, Los Angeles; Mrs. Theresa 
J Strong, Grand Martha, Oakland; Mrs. 
Martha Dinsmore, Grand Electa, Alton; 
Mrs Marian C. Johnson, Grand Warder, 
Sonora; Mrs. Nellie A. Darling, Grand 
Organist, San Francisco; Mrs. Cora B. 
Fddleman, Grand Sentinel, El Monte. 
Secretary's office, 1002 Ellis street. 

Golden Gate Chapter, No. 1. Meets 
fust and third Friday evenings at Golden 
Gate Hall, 2135 Sutter street, near Pierce 
street. 

Beulah Chapter, No. 99. Meets second 
and fourth Monday evenings in Masonic 
Hall, Railroad avenue. South San Fran- 

C1 'lvy Chapter, No. 27. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings in Golden Gate 

Harmony Chapter, No. 124. Meets 
first and third Tuesday evenings m 
Golden Gate Hall. 

Mission Chapter, No. 155. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Saturday evenings at 
"n"'S Mission street, in Masonic Hall. 

Olive Branch Chapter, No. 169. Meets 
second and fourth Monday evenings in 
Golden Gate Hal 1. 

King Solomon Chapter, No. 170. Meets 
first and third Saturday evenings at 1739 
Fillmore street. 

California Chapter, No. 183. Meets 
first and third Saturday evenings at 1 1 39 
Fillmore street. 

San Francisco Chapter, No. 196. Meets 
first and third Monday evenings* m 
Golden Gate Hall. 

Starr King- Chapter, No. 204. Meets 
first and third Tuesday evenings at 169 
Church street. »,*«,-. 

Aloha Chapter, No. 206. Meets first 
and third Saturday evenings at 1230 
Geary street. 

YerDa Buena Chapter, No. 228. Meets 
first and third Saturday evenings in 
Golden Gate Hall. 

Imperial Chapter, No. 229. Meets first 
and third Wednesday evenings in Golden 

Jewel Chapter, No. 238. Meets first 
and third Tuesday afternoons in Golden 
Gate Hall. _ . 

Ideal Chapter, U. D. Meets first and 
third Monday evenings at 321 Devisa- 
dero street. 

Richmond Chapter, TT. D. Meets first 
and third Saturday evenings at Masonic 
Hall, Fourth avenue and Clement street. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OP ODD FEL- 

LOWS, 
Officers of the Grand lodge, I- O. O. F. 

—John E. Raker, Grand Master, Alturas; 
Grove L. Johnson. Deputy Grand Mastei 
Sacramento; T. W Duckworth Grand 
Warden San Bernardino; H. D. Richai d- 
sDn- ' Grand Sectary San Francis r. 
James W. Harris. Grand Treasurer. San 
Francisco- W. W. Phelps, Grand Repres- 
entative Riverside; F. B. Ogden Grand 
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ols Grand Trustee, San Francisco; E. 
H. Black, Grand Trustee. San Francisco; 
Rev. D. B. Navlor, Grand Chaplain, Hay- 
ward; E. P. Sessions, Grand Marshal, 
Fort Bidwelll; N. D. Dutcher, Grand 
i". inductor, Livermore; E. P. Neale, 
Grand Guardian, Los Angeles; M. P. For- 
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SUBORDINATE LODGES, I. O. O. F., 

IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

California Lodge, No. 1. Meets every 

Monday evening at 1254 Market street. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 3. Meets 

every Friday evening at 222 Van Ness 

avenue. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 13. Meets every 

Tuesday evening at 222 Van Ness avenue. 

Yerba Buena Lodg-e, No. 15. Meets 

Thursday evening at 1254 Market street. 

Templar Lodge, No. 17. Meets every 

Tuesday evening at 126 Fulton street. 

Magnolia Lodge, No. 29. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 125 4 Market. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 71. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 40S Van Ness avenue. 
Farnsworth Lodge, No. 95. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at 1254 Mar- 
ket street. 

Abou Ben Adhem Lodge, No. 112. Meets 
every Thursday evening at 222 Van Ness 
avenue. 

Germania Lodge, No. lie. Meets every 

Monday evening at 222 Van Ness avenue. 

Concordia Lodge, No. 122. Meets every 

Monday evening at Geary and Steiner 

streets. 

ApoUo Lodge, No. 123. Meets every 
Friday evening at 431 Uuboce avenue. 

Spartan Lodge, No. 125. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Fourteenth and 
Railroad avenues south. 

Unity Lodge, No. 131. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Sixteenth and Mis- 
sion streets. 

Hermann Lodge, No. 145. Meets every 
Friday evening at 2121 Market street. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 155. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 321 Devisadero 
street. 

Occidental Lodge, No. 179. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 1254 Market street. 
Cosmopolitan Lodge, No. 194. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at 3345 Seven- 
teenth street. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 204. Meets 
■ * . i v Tuesday evening at 1254 Market 
street. 

Alta Lodge, No. 205. Meets every 

Monday evening at 1254 Market street. 

Franco-American Lodge, No. 207. Meets 

every Thursday evening at 240 Golden 

Gate avenue. 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 222. Meets every 
M. in. lav evening at 1254 Market street. 



Morse Lodge, No. 257. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at 1254 Market street. 
Western Addition Lodge, No. 285. 
Meets every Friday evening at 1254 Mar- 
Excelsior Lodge, No. 310. Meets every 
Monday evening at 2337 Mission street. 
Golden West Lodge, No. 322. Meets 
every Thursday evening at 1254 Market 
street. 

Presidio Lodge, No. 334. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at 126 Fulton street. 
Sargent Lodge, No. 368. Meets every 
Friday evening at 1254 Market street. 

Odin Lodge, No. 393. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at 2174 Market 
street. 

Columbus Lodge, No. 394. Meets every 

Wednesday evening at 1524 Powell street. 

McKinley Lodge, No. 396. Meets every 

Thursday evening at 240 Golden Gate 

avenue. 

Grand Officers of the Grand Encamp- 
ment — F. E. Pierce. Grand Patriarch, Los 
Angeles; J. F. Chappell. Grand High 
Priest. Vallejo; H. F. G. Wu Iff Grand 
Senior Warden, Sacramento; William H. 
Barnes, Grand Scribe, 1999 Post street, 
San Francisco; Charles E. Benedict, 
Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; S. B. 
Force Grand Junior Warden, Vallejo; 
C H Burden, Grand Representative, So- 
nora; E. H. Black. Grand Representative, 
San Francisco; F. A. Week, Grand Trus- 
tee, San Francisco; Eugene Flanders, 
Grand Trustee. San Francisco; M. P. 
Forbes. Grand Trustee. San Francisco; F. 
E Collev, Grand Marshal, San Jose; J. C. 
Ryder Grand Sentinel, Los Angeles; H. 
Dow, Deputy Grand Sentinel, San Fran- 
Office — 1999 Post street, San Francis- 
co Fifty-fourth annual session con- 
venes in Hanford, Tuesday. October 1st, 
1909. 

GRAND ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. P. 

William H. Barnes, Grand Scribe. 1999 
Post street. 

Golden Gate, No. 1. Meets second and 
fourth Saturday of each month at 12;. 4 
Market street. 

Walhalla, No. 7. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month at 1254 Market 
street. 

Wildey, No. 23. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 1254 Markt-t 
street. 

Unity, No. 26. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 12. .4 
Market street. 

Oriental, No. 57. Meets first and third 
Saturdays of each month at 1254 Market 
street. 

Canton, San Prancisco Dept.. Cal. Mili- 
tant I. O. O. F. Meets second Friday of 
each month at 1254 Market street. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of San 
Francisco. Joseph Winterburn, Presi- 
dent' A M. Brand, Secretary; Reub.-n 
Lloyd. Attorney; 1254 Market street. 

General Relief Committee, I. O. O. F. 
Meets every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m.. 
at 1254 Market street. A. M. Brand, Sec- 
retary. 




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VETERAN ODD TELLOWS. 
San Francisco. 

Annual meeting: Monday evening, May 
10, 1909, in San Francisco. Quarterly 
meetings, last Monday in January and 
July, and the Monday in October previ- 
ous to the Tuesday on which the Grand 
Encampment convenes. 

John Thompson. President; John E. 
Raker. Vice-President; William H. Bar- 
nes, Secretary; James W. Harris, Treas- 
urer; C. H. Burden, Marshal; F. L. Tur- 
pin, F. A. Week, L. W. S. Downs, J. F. 
Crossett. J. F. Linscott, Directors. 



REBEKAH ASSEMBLY. I. O. O. F.. OF 
CALIFORNIA. 
Lizzie L. Coombs, President, San Jose; 
Iva S. Raker, Vice-President, Alturas; 
Etta Stewart. Warden, Stockton; Mary 
E. Donoho. Secretary, San Francisco, 
Giant Building. Market and Seventh 
streets; Lois M. Wyckoff, Treasurer, Ber- 
keley; Jean A. Egan, Marshal, Sacra- 
mento; Alta M. Orr. Conductor. Hollis- 
ter; Janie A. Bennett, Chaplain, Angels; 
Mary A. Randlett, Inside Guardian, Ala- 
Adelene E. Jacobs, Outside Guar- 



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The nineteenth annual session will be 
held in San Francisco, commencing at 
ten o'clock a m., on Tuesday, May ilth, 
1909. 

California Rebekah lodge, No. 1. Meets 
every Saturday evening at 1638 Eddy 



street. 

Walhalla Rebekah Lodge, No. 130. 
Meets every Saturday evening at Hamil- 
ton Hall. Geary and Steiner streets. 

Amity Rebekah Lodge, No. 161. Meets 
every Saturday evening at 1254 Market 
street. 

Loyal Rebekah Lodge, No. 215. Meets 
every Monday evening at 2174 Market 
street. 

Mission Rebekah Lodge. No. 225. Meets 
every Saturday evening at Excelsior 
Hall. 21! 17 Mission street. 

Jubilee Rebekah Lodge, No. 239. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at Veteran's Hall, 

3 Duboce avenue. 

Freja Rebekah Lodge, No. 284. Meets 

rery Thursday evening at Swcdish- 

merlcan Hall. 2174 Market street. 

San Francisco Rebekah Lodge, No. 302. 
Friday evening at 159 



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Golden City Rebekah Lodge, No. 304. 

Meets every Tuesday evening at 2174 
Market street. 



I. O. O. F. ORPHANS' HOME, GILROY, 
CALIFORNIA. 

Trustees — Minerva M. Karsner, Oro- 
ville; Nellie Michell, Grass Valley; Olive 
T. Allen. Sebastopol; Fannie Benjamin, 
Los Angeles; Sarah M. Wolf. Sacramen- 
to. Mary E. Donoho, Secretary; Mrs. 
Susan J. Harris, Matron; Office, Grant 
Building, Market and Seventh streets, 
San Francisco. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

Subsidiary High Court of the Pacific 
Coast was instituted November 6th, 18S9, 
in San Francisco, forming a part of the 
Universal Order known as the Ancient 
Order of Foresters. 



Friendly Society. The High Court of 
the World is located in Leeds, England, 
for the present year. There are 137 
Courts in this State and three Juvenile 
Courts. 

The Subsidiary High Court Officers 
are — Frank W. Hogan, High Chief Ran- 
ger; J. J. Roberts, High Sub-Chief Ran- 
ger; George W. Lunt, High Court Treas- 
urer; William Wallace, High Court Sec- 
retary; George Brown, High Court Senior 
Woodward; E. J. Murphy. High Court 
Junior Woodward; F. W. Matteson, High 
Court Senior Beadle; O. Georgi, High 
Court Junior Beadle; J. Falconer, 337 
Pacific Building, Permanent Secretary. 

Court Eureka, No. 6146. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays at Veterans' Hall. 
4 32 Duboce avenue. 

Court Occidental, No. 6676. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Thursday at Red Men's 
Hall, 240 Golden Gate avenue. 

Court Star of the West, No. 6956. 



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Court Star of the Mission, No. 7197 
.-•■in Wednesdays at 68 llaiglit street. 
Court German American, No. 7472. 

eets srend and fourth Thursday 
5 Golden Gate avenue. 



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Court Twin Peaks, No. 7556. Meets 
Wednesdays at Sixteent and Noe streets. 

Court Apollo, No. 7802. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays at 68 Haight street. 

Court Wierysdale, No. 7803. Meets 
first and third Mondays at 3265 Sixteenth 
street. 

Court Bournemouth, No. 7804. Meets 
" it and third Thursdays at 1S05 Devis- 



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Court Mazzini, No. 7809. Meets first 
and third Mondays at 1524 Powell street. 

Court Victoria, No. 7811. Meets first 
and third Tuesdavs at 2265 Sixteenth 
street. 

Court Kensington, No. 7904. Meets 
Mondays at Twenty-fourth and Church 
streets. 

Court Washington, No. 7913. Meets 
first and third Wednesdays at 1919 Sut- 
ter streets. 

Court America, No. 7916. Meets first 
and third Mondays at Masonic Hall. 

Court Bohemian, No. 8023. Meets first 
and third Fridays at 738 Oetavia street. 

Court Lincoln, No. 8517. Meets Thurs- 
days at 3265 Sixteenth street. 

Court Ivanhoe, No. 8228. Meets first 
and third Thursday at 1636 Eddy street. 

Star of the West Juvenile Court, No. 1. 
Meets first and third Tuesdays at 677 
McAllister street. 

Twin Peaks' Juvenile Court, No. 8. 
Meets first and third Tuesdays at Twin 
Peaks' Hall. 



COMPANIONS OF THE FORESTERS. 

Officers of the Grand Circle of Cali- 
fornia — Mrs. L. Pritchard, G. C. C, San 
Francisco; Mrs. E. Wunderlich, G. S. C. C. 
San Francisco; Miss Mae Falconer Clark. 
Grand Secretary. San Francisco; Miss L. 
Creigfhton. Grand Treasurer. San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. E. Haekett. G. H.. San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. P. McQuillan, G. R. G„ 
Pinole; Mrs. I. Arneet, G. L. G.. Oakland; 
Mrs. L. Trimble, G. I. G., San Francisco; 
Mrs. A. Peregrine, G. O. G., Oakland. 

Washington Circle, No. 1. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesdays at 677 Mc- 
Allister street. 

Eureka Circle, No. 39. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays at 3976 Nineteenth 
street. 

Justice Circle, No. 104. Meets first and 
third Fridays at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 



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Mazzini Circle, No. 106. Meets second 
and fourth Monday evenings at 421 
Broadway. 

Franklin Circle, No. 115. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Monday evenings at 235 

Artemis Circle, No. 120. Meets first 
and third Fridays at 6S Haight street. 

Loyal Circle, No. 179. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays at 3275 Sixteenth 

Bohemian Circle, No. 200. Meets first 
and third Fridays at OS Haight street. 

Fidelity Circle, No. 203. Meets first 
and third Mondays at Twenty-fourth 
and Mission streets. 

American Circle, No. 221. Meets first 
and third Wednesdays at 3976 Nineteenth 
street. 

Twin Feaks' Circle, No. 222. Meets 
second and fourth Thursdays at Seven- 
teenth and Noe streets. 

Lincoln Circle, No. 223. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays at Improvement Hall, 
Market and Sixteenth streets. 

Golden Gate Circle, No. 234. Meets 
second and fourth Mondays at 751 Val- 
lejo street. 

■Unique Circle, No. 244. Meets Mon- 
days at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

State Officers meet at New Era Hall. 
Michael Donahoe, President; \\ llliam 
O'Brien, Vice-President; T. P. O'Dowd. 
Secretarv, 174 Church street; T. Lynch, 
Treasurer; Rev. T. Caraher, Chaplain. 

County Officers. Meet at New Era 
Hall every fourth Monday. William 
Boyle. President: James J. Barry. Finan- 
cial Secretary; Con Herlihy, Recording 
Secretary. 

Division No. 2. Meets first Tuesday 
of each month at 1408 McAllister street. 
Division No. 3. Meets second Wed- 
nesday of each month at 1408 McAllis- 
ter street. 

Division No. 5. Meets second and 
fourth Friday of each month at Market 
and Fifteenth streets. 

Division No. 6. Meets first Wednes- 
day of each month at 24 Church street. 
Division No. 7. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday at 1408 McAllister 

Division No. 8. Meets second Friday 

of each month at 1408 McAllister street. 

Division No. 9. Meets second and 

fourth Thursday of each month at St. 

Theresa's Hall. 

Division No. 10, A. O. H. Meets first 
and third Thursdays of each month. Fif- 
teenth and Market streets. 

Division No. 11, A. O. H. Meets first 
and third Fridays of each month at Fif- 
teenth and Market streets. 

Division No. 12, A. O. H. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month. at 
1408 McAllister street. 

Division No. 14, A. O. H. Meets first 
Wednesdav and third Thursday of each 
month at 174 Church street. 

Division No. 15, A. O. H. Meets first 

and third Thursday at St. Joseph's Hall. 

Division No. 17, A. O. H. Meets first 

and third Wednesday of each month at 

24 Church street. 

Division No. 20, A. O. H. Meets first 
and third Tuesday of each month at 
Fifteenth and Market streets. 

Ladies Auxiliary, A. O. H. Martha 
Washington and Columbia Circles, meets 
at 140S McAllister street. 



County Board of Ladies Auxiliary. 

Meets second Friday in each month at 
140S McAllister street. 

Celtic Union. Meets third Fridays in 
each month at 1408 McAllister street. 

Granueile Division, No. 6, Ladies Aux- 
iliary. Meets second and fourth Wed- 
nesdays at 1408 McAllister street. 

O'Growney Branch of the Gaelic 
League. Meets every Tuesday at 1408 
McAllister street . 

Celtic Hall Association. Meets third 
Tuesday in every month at 1408 McAllis- 
ter street. 

County Leitrim Social Club. Meets 
first Friday in each month at 1408 Mc- 
Allister street. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORK- 
MEN. 

The Grand Lodge of California meets 
biennially on the second Tuesday of 
August in each even numbered year at 
San Francisco, California. The head- 
quarters are at room 311, Pacific Build- 
ing, San Francisco. The officers of the 
Grand Lodge are: Grand Master Work- 
man W. J. Petersen, Oakland, Cal., 
Grand Foreman, Percy S. King, Napa, 
Cal.; Grand Overseer, J. J. Bennetts, San 
Jose Cal.; Grand Recorder, C. T. Spencer 
San Francisco; Grand Receiver Samuel 
Booth San Francisco; Grand Medical Ex- 
aminer, Dr. J. L. Mayon, Oakland, Cal. 
Lodges in San Francisco. 

San Francisco, No. 4. Meets every 
Monday evening at 822 Page street. 

Golden Gate, No. 8. Meets every 
second and fourth Thursdays at A. O. U. 
W. Hall, 5 4 8 Haight street. 

Harmony, No. 9. Meets every Satur- 
day at Twin Peaks, Seventeenth and Noe. 

Yerba Buena, No. 14. Meets every 
Friday at A. O. U. W. Hall, 548 Haight 

Bernal, No. 19. Meets every Monday 
at 2483 Mission street. 

Unity, No. 27. Meets every Tuesday 
at A O. U. W. Hall, 548 Haight street. 

Valley, No. 30. Meets every Wednes- 
day at A. O. U. W. Hall, 548 Haight 

Spartan, No. 36. Meets every second 
and fourth Saturday at A. O. U. W. 
Hall, 548 Haight street. 

Magnolia, No. 41. Meets every Monday 
at A O. U. W. Hall, 548 Haight street. 

Washington, No. 60. Meets every first 
and third Wednesday at A. O. U. W. 
Hall, 54 8 Haight street. 

Burns, No. 68. Meets every first and 
third Thursday at A. O. U. W. Hall, 548 
Haight street. 

St. John, No. 73. Meets every Thurs- 
day at A. O. U. W. Hall, 548 Haight 

Excelsior, No. 126. Meets every Wed- 
nesday at 2337 Mission street. 

Bay View, No. 159. Meets every first 
and third Friday at Corinthian Hall, 
South San Francisco. 

Friendship, No. 179. Meets every sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesday at A. O. U. 
W. Hall, 548 Haight street. 

Triumph, No. 180. Meets every Tues- 
day at 680 McAllister street. 

Noe Valley, No. 185. Meets 
Tuesday evening. 

Alta, No. 242. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Mangel's Hall, Twenty-fourth 
and Folsom streets. 

Golden West, No. 254. Meets every 
first and third Friday at St. Teresas 
Hall Nineteenth and Tennessee streets. 



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Prosperity, No. 309. Meets every Tues- 
day at A. O. IT. W. Hall, 548 Halght 
street. 

liberty, No. 344. Meets every Tues- 
day at Wolf's Hall, Ocean View. 

Phoenix, No. 380. Meets every Fri- 
day at A. O. TJ. W. Hall, 548 Haight 
street. 

Degree of Honor, A. O. XT. W. 

Silver Spray, No. 3. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 2337 Mission street. 

Forget-me-not, No. 106. Meets every 
Saturday at Woodman's Hali, Seven- 
teenth street, near Valencia. 

Fast Masters' Association. Meets on 
the first Monday of each month at A. O. 
TJ. W. Hall, 548 Haight street. 

San Francisco A. O. U. W. Board of 
Belief. Meets first and third Thursday 
of each month. 



BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE 
ORDER OF ELKS. 
San Francisco Lodge, No. 3. Meets 
every Friday evening at 818 Hayes 
street. F. J. S. Conlan, B. R.: Herman 
Kohn. Secretary, S18 Hayes street; 
Stanley Webster, Treasurer. 



CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. 
St. Mary's Branch, No. 437. Meets 
second Sunday of each month at 1944 
California street. Dr. J. F. Gibbon, 
President; W. Kane, Recording Secre- 
tary; C. J. Nicholas, Recording Secre- 
tary. 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN 
REVOLUTION. 

California Chapter. Meets at resi- 
dences of the members September to 
Mav, inclusive. Mrs. H. M. Gray, Re- 
gent; Mrs. W. O. Mills, Secretary; Mrs. 
Sidney Cushing, Treasurer. 

Puerta del Oro Chapter. Meets sec- 
ond Tuesday of each month. Mrs. 
Charles H. Suvdam, Regent, 2334 Devis- 
adero street; Mrs. W. W. Wymore, Vice- 
Regent. 

California Chapter. Meets second 
Tuesday of each month. Mrs. Yates 
Davenport, Regent; Mrs. S. Walker, 
Vice-Regent, 2015 Franklin street; Mrs. 
H. Ij. Dodge, Second Vice-Regent. 



DATJGHTEBS OP THE CONFEDEBACY 

Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter, No. 
79, United Daughters of the Confed- 
eracy. Mrs. Selden S. Wright, Presi- 
dent, 912 Lombard street; Mrs. George 
Theobold, Secretary, 3672 Sacramento 
street. Ten meetings yearly at resi- 
dences of members. 



FOBESTEBS OF AMEBICA. 

The objects of this order are to 
unite fraternally all white males of good 
character between the ages of eighteen 
and fifty years, to aid its sick mem- 
bers, bury its dead, give relief to their 
widows and orphans, to find employ- 
ment for the unemployed members, and 
all other benevolent purposes. There 
are one hundred and seventy Courts in 
this State, with a membership of about 
20,000, also auxiliaries which are known 
as Knights of Sherwood Forest, Com- 
panions Of the Forest of America, and 
the Junior Courts. 

The Supreme head of the Order is 
known as the Supreme Court and was 
organized in Minneapolis on August 



they having on that day 
■ceded from the Ancient Order 
oresters, whose Supreme head is 



England. The Supreme Court meets bi- 
ennially and the next meeting will be 
held in Boston, in August, 1909. The 
Supreme Court comprises of 1,884 
Courts, with a total membership in the 
United States of 246.495 members. 

The Grand Court of California was 
instituted on November 20, 1889, and 
the officers for the year 1908 and 1909 
are as follows: Junior Past Grand Chief 
Hanger, H. L. Simon. San Francisco; 
Grand Chief Ranger, Daniel Teare, San 
Francisco; Grand Sub-Chief Ranger. Leo 
Kanfmann, San Francisco; Grand Treas- 
urer, Frank Conklin, San Francisco; 
Grand Secretary, John J. Cordy, San 
Francisco; Grand Recording Secretary, 

F. A. Gobin, Tulare; Grand Senior 
Woodward, W. H. Donahue, Oakland; 
Grand Junior Woodward, John Castera, 
Los Angeles; Grand Senior Beadle, J. 

G. Quinn, Oakland; Grand Junior Beadle. 
J. B. Reboli, Oakland; Grand Trustees. 
George D. Secord, Napa; Charles M. 
Troppmann, San Francisco; Willaim M. 
Avery Nevada City; O. M. Hiserman. 
Salinas; and George H. Juilly, San 
Francisco. Grand Secretary's office, 
pis- 409 Grant Building. Next meeting 
of the Grand Court will be held in the 
City of Woodland, Cal., first Tuesday in 
May, 1909. 

Forty-two Courts and three Junior 
Courts' meet in the City and County of 
San Francisco. 

Court Bobinhood, No. 1. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays, at 933 Market 
street. 

Court Aurora, No. 2. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesdays at Faust Hal], 
44 Eddy street. 

Court America, No. 3. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays at Potrero Opera 
Hall. 

Court California. No. 4. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesdays, at 2121 
Market street. 

Court Golden Gate, No. 5. Meets sec- 
ond and Fourth Tuesdays at 566 Fulton 
street. 

Court San Francisco, No. 7. Meets 
first and third Tuesdays at 3265 Six- 
teenth street. 

Court Bay City, No. 11. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Thursdays at Fidelity 
Hall, 1638 Eddy street. 

Court Eucleian, No. 13. Meets first 
and third Thursdays at 2269 Market 

Court Eclipse, No. 14. Meets Mondays 
at 933 Market street. 

Court Hubertus, No. 15. Meets Fri- 
days at Faust Hall, 4 4 Eddy street. 

Court Justice, No. 16. Meets first 
and third Thursdays at New Era Hall. 

Court Inter Nos, No. 18. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays at Polito Hall, Six- 
teenth and Dolores streets. 

Court Golden West, No. 20. Meets 
first and third Thursdays at 222 Van 
Ness avenue. 

Court Zenith, No. 21. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays at Y. M. I. Hall. 

Court Defiance, No. 23. Meets Thurs- 
days at I. O. B. B. Building, 408 Van 
Ness avenue. 

Court Stanford, No. 27. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays at Veterans Hall, 
431 Duboce avenue. 

Court Magnolia, No. 29. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays at National Hall. 
566 Fulton street. 

Court El Dorado, No. 31. Meets first 
and third Wednesdays at Balder Hall, 
2174 Market street. 



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Court Golden Era No. 36. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesdays at 1530 
Kllis street. 

Court Washington, No. 37. Meets 
first and third Thursdays at New Wash- 
ington Hall. 2011 Fillmore street. 

Court Presidio, No. 40. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays at Washington Hall, 
2011 Fillmor.- street. 

Court Mayflower, No. 41. Meets se- 
nd and fourth Tuesdays at 2121 Market 
street. 

Court Bonita, No. 43. Meets Mondays 
at Mangel's Hall. 

Court Seal Bock, No. 45. Meets Thurs- 
days at 3345 Seventeenth street. 

Court Acme, No. 51. Meets first and 
third Fridays at Mangel's Hall. 

Court Palo Alto, No. 53. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesdays at Har- 
mony Hall. B. B. Building. 

Court Columbia, No. 55. Meets first 
and third Mondays at 3265 Sixteenth 
street. 

Court Hayes Valley, No. 59. Meets 
first and third Fridays at Polito Hall. 

Court Live Oak, No. 67. Meets first 
and third Thursdays at Fraternity Hall, 
Masonic Building. 

Court Parallone, No. 71. Meets s. ml 

and fourth Wednesdays at Wolf's Hall, 
Ocean View. 

Court Barbarossa, No. 79. Meets first 
and third Thursdays at 2174 Market 
street. 

Court Bichmond, No. 86. Meets first 
and third Wednesdays at 2563 Market 
street. 

Court Independence, No. 104. Meets 
Mondays at Laura Goodman Hall. 

Court Perrnccio, No. 132. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays at 1520 Stockton 
street. 

Court Sutro Heights, No. 136. Meets 
first and third Friday at King Solomon's 
Hall. 

Court General Lawton, No. 171. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays at Roma 
Lodge Hall. 

Court Sunflower, No. 187. Meets first 
adn third Thursdays at 2121 Market 
street. 

Court Point Lobos, No. 203. Meets 
first and third Thursdays at Richmond 
Hall. 

Court James G. Blaine, No. 207. 
Meets first and third Wednesdays at 
New Era Hall. 

Court Cour de Prance, No. 212. Meets 
first and third Wednesdays at 1530 Ellis 
street. 

Court Laguna Honda, No. 227. Meets 
Thursdays first and third at Foresters 
Hall. 

Court University Mound, No. 232. 
Meets every Wednesday at San Bruno 
Improvement Club Hall. 

Court Junior Pride of California, No. 1. 
Meets second and fourth Wednesdays at 
611 Laguna street. Druid's Hall. 

Court Junior Young' American, No. 2. 
Meets first and third Thursdays at Po- 
rero Opera Hall. 

Court Junior Golden West, No. 3. Meets 
first and third Wednesdays at 1881 Fill- 
more street. 



COMPANIONS OF THE POBEST OF 
AMEBICA. 

The Companions of the Forest of 
America is the recognized ladies' branch 
of the Foresters of America. This branch 
has the power of making its own laws 
without interference from the parent 



organization, and is under the control 
of the Supreme Circle. The next meet- 
ing of the Supreme Circle will con- 
vene in Atlantic City. 

Grand Circle of California. Organized 
January 28th, 1888. Officers for the 
year ending June 2d, 1909: Mrs. L. 
Baston, Jr.. P. G. C. C, San Francisco. 
Mrs Elizabeth I. Diendell. Grand Chief 
Companion, San Francisco; Miss Essie 
Kragon, Grand Sub Chief Companion. 
San Francisco; Miss Agnes D. Bremer. 
Grand Financial Secretary, Alameda: 
Mis. Jennie Weisel, Grand Recording 
Secretary, San Francisco; Mrs. Kitty 
Boradori, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco' M. Levy, Grand Supervisor on 
By-Laws, San Francisco; Mrs. Delia 
Spellman, Grand Marshal, Colma: Mrs. 
Kmilv Christensen. Grand Right Guide. 
Salinas; Mrs. Lilla Bisbee, Grand Lett 
Guide, Angels Camp; Mrs. Martha lav- 
lor Grand Inner Guard, Los Angetes; 
Mrs. Lulu Lehman. Grand Outer Guard 
Oakland; Mrs. R. Kemp van te, grand 
organist. San Francisco; Mrs. M. !•.. 
Read, Redwood City, Mrs. Myra Roncy. 
Santa Cruz, and Mrs. N. L. Smith. San 
Francisco, Grand Trustees: Mrs bmma 
Harrington, Alameda, Mrs. E. H. Zeismg. 
San Francisco, and Mrs. E. J. N. Stein- 
weg San Francisco. Grand Auditors. 

Grand Financial Secretary's offici 823 
Central avenue, Alameda. , . , 

The next meeting of the Gran.! < neie 
will convene on Wednesday. June -. 
1909. at Sotckton. 

There are seventy Circles m the totate, 
twenty-two of which are in this City, 
as follows: 

Excelsior Circle, No. 2. Meets eve.ry 
Tuesday at 3265 Sixteenth street. 

Bay City Circle, No. 11. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Monday at 1638 Eddy 

Street. 

Golden Gate Circle, No. 23. Meets 

first and third Tuesday at lbSS Eddy 
street. 

Loreley Circle, No. 26. Meets first 
and third Friday at 3265 Sixteenth 
street. 

live Oak Circle, No. 29. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesday at 92 Sanchez 
street. 

Robin Hood Circle, No. 58. Meets first 
and third Wednesday at SIS Hayes 
street. 

Mizpah Circle, No. 100. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesday in Potrero Op- 
era House, Tennessee street. 

Golden Era Circle, No. 103. Meets first 

and third Thursday at 1053 Oak street. 

Bonita Circle, No. 104. Meets first and 

third Wednesday at Mangel's Hall. 

Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 

Pride of the Forest Circle, No. 204. 
Meets first and third Thursday in Lau- 
rel Hall, Seventh and Railroad avenue, 
South. San Francisco. 

Inter Nos Circle, No. 215. Meets 
every Tuesday at 3265 Sixteenth street. 
San Prancisco Circle, No. 267. Meets 
first and third Thursday in Mangel's 
Hall, Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 
Ferruccio Circle, No. 452. Meets first 
and third Thursday in Roma Lodge Hall. 
Powell street, between Vallejo and 
Green streets. 

Martha Washington Circle, No. 459. 
Meets second and fourth Tliursdaj at 
925 Golden Gate avenue. 

New Century Circle, No. 513. Meets 
every Monday at 92 Sanchez street. 





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James a. Blaine Circle, No. 615. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesday at Ken- 
drick's Hall, Valencia street, near Six- 
teenth. 

Osceola Circle, No. 776. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesdays at Equality Hall, 
139 Albion avenue. 

Mt. Vernon Circle, No. 778. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesday at Washington 
Hall, 2011 Fillmore street. 

Farallone Circle, No. 817. Meets first 
and third Thursday in Wolf's Hall, 
Ocean View. 

laguna Honda Circle, No. 898. Meets 
every Tuesday in Foresters' Hall, I 
street, bewteen Eleventh and Twelfth 
avenues. 

Point XiODOS Circle, No. 899. Meets 
second and fourth Thursday in Rich- 
mond Hall, Fourth avenue and Clement 
street. 

mission Circle, No. 907. Meets second 
and fourth Friday at 3265 Sixteenth 
street. 




INDEPENDENT ORDER B'NAI B'RITE 

District Lodge, No. 4. M. S. Levy 
Grand President, San Francisco; I. J. 
Aschheim, Grand Secretary, San Fran- 
cisco; Benjamin Harris, Grand Treas- 
urer. Annual meeting on the third 
Sunday in February at B'nai B'rith 
Hall. 

B'nai B'rith Endowment Fund Asso- 
ciation. Max Goldberg, President; I. J. 
Aschheim, Secretary. Meets second 
Monday of each month. 

B'nai B'rith Hall Association. Joseph 
Rothschild, President; I. J. Aschheim. 
Secretary. Meets at call of the chair. 

San Francisco Board of Belief, I. O. 
B'nai B'rith. Meets at B'nai B'rith Hall 
on the first and third Sunday of eacli 
month. L. L. Michaels, President; Max 
Moses, Secretary. 



IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Red Men's Hall, 240 Golden Gate ave- 
nue. J. S. Godeau, Great Sachem; F. V. 
Bell, Great Senior Sagamore; A. M. Cun- 
ning, Great Prophet; Porter L. Bliss, 
Great Chief of Records; James Boyes, 
Great Keeper of Wampum; A. M. Cun- 
ning, Frederick Brandt, James S. Smith, 
James Boyes, Jacob Samuels, J. J. Bry- 
ant, F. A. Whipple, C. S. Davis, Grand 
Representatives; William McDonald, 
Great Sannap; J. Coudeau, Mishinewa; 
W. F. Klatt, Great G. of Wigwam; 
George Dastugue. Great G of the F. ; H. 
Gustadt, J. H. Ripple, Charles Flower, 
Great Trustees. 

There are one hundred and fifty Tribes 
in this State. The following meet in 
San Francisco: 

Manzanita, No. 4. Meets every Wed- 
nesday at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

Miantonomah, No. 9. Meets ■ every 
Tuesday at 1411 Geary street. 

Pohonachie, No. 10. Meets first and 
third Monday at corner Seventeenth and 
Noe streets. 

Pocahontas, No. 11. Meets every Fri- 
day at 431 Duboce avenue. 

Sotoyome, No. 12. Meets every Thurs- 
day at 3275 Sixteenth street. 

Seminole, No. 54. Meets every Wed- 
nesday at Druids' Hall. 

Modoc, No. 57. Meets every Thursday 
at 240 Golden Gate avenue. 

Winnemucca, No. 61. Meets every 
Friday at northwest corner Folsom and 
Twenty-first streets. 



Osceola, No. 71. Meets every Monday 
at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

White Eagle, No. 72. Meets every 
Tuesday at Potrero avenue, near Twenty- 
fourth street. 

Bald Eagle No. 75. Meets every Fri- 
day at 9 25 Golden Gate avenue. 

Arapahoe, No. 76. Meets every Friday 
evening at 3265 Sixteenth street. 

Montezuma, No. 77. Meets every Tues- 
day at Woodman's Hall. 

Shoshone, No. 78. Meets first and 
third Wednesday at 1434 Octavia street. 
Altahmos, No. 87. Meets every Wed- 
nesday at Mission and Fifteenth streets. 
Monadnock, No. 100. Meets every Fri- 
day at 2337 Mission street. 

Vosemite, No. 103. Meets every Fri- 
day at 1805 Devisadero street. 

Seneca, No. 104. Meets every Wed- 
nesday at 1520 Stockton street. 

Nez Perces, No. 117. Meets every 
Thursday at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

Mohican, No. 119. Meets every Tues- 
day at 135 Gough street. 

Maniton, No. 128. Meets every Mon- 
day at 566 Fulton street. 

Wellopi, No. 133. Meets every Thurs- 
day at Duvenix Hall. 

Walla Walla, No. 141. Meets every 
Thursday at 1739 Fillmore street. 

Calumet, No. 149. Meets every Mon- 
day at 240 Golden Gate avenue. 

Chickasaw, No. 153. Meets every 
Thursday at 431 Duboce avenue. 

Wyandotte, No. 158. Meets every Tues- 
day at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

Piute, No. 161. Meets every Wednes- 
day at Potrero Opera House. 

Umatilla, No. 182. Meets every Tues- 
day at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

Sakima, No. 210. Meets at 1574 Mc- 
Allister street. 

DECREE OP POCAHONTAS. 
Emma Somner, Great Pocahontas, 
Fresno; Lizzie Kemnitzer, Great Weno- 
nah, San Francisco; Margaret Booth, 
Great Minnehaha, San Mateo; Ida Wheel- 
er, Great Prophetess, San Francisco; 
Bertha Brazile, Great K. of R., Sacra- 
mento; Harriet Janes, Great K. of W., 
San Francisco; Alice Goodall, Great 
Trustee, San Francisco; Elizabeth Edgar, 
Great Trustee, San Jose; W. Wheeler, 
Great Trustee; C. Whltthorne, Great 
First Scout, • Vallejo; Marie Godeau, 
Great Second Scout, San Francisco; F. L. 
Jordan, Great Guard of Tepee, Fruitvale; 
M. Smith, Great Guard of Forest, Sa- 
linas. 

There are fortv-nine Councils in the 
State and the following meet in San 
Francisco: 

Alfarata Council, No. 10. Meets every 
Friday at 240 Golden Gate avenue. 

Matoaka Council, No. 18. Meets every 
first and third Wednesday at 1723 Mar- 

Kanweaii Council, No. 24. Meets every 
Tuesday at Franklin Hall. 

Potomac Council, No. 26. Meets every 
Wednesday at 2102 Post street. 

Oneida Council, No. 27. Meets every 
Thursday at 3265 Sixteenth street. 

Ramona Council, No. 28. Meets every 
Tuesday at Twin Peaks Hall, Seven- 
teenth and Noe streets. 

Wahnita Council, No. 35. Meets every 
Monday at Metropolitan Hall. 

Mohican Council, No. 42. Meets every 
Thursday at 566 Fulton street. 

Seneca Council, No. 44. Meets every 
Monday at 3275 Sixteenth street. 



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Manzanita Council, No. 49. Meets every 
Friday at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

Seminole Council No. 68. Meets every 
Monday at 240 Golden Gate avenue. 



GRAND ARMY OP THE REPUBLIC. 
Department of California and Nevada. 

Organized April 15th, 1867. Headquar- 
ters 1959 Geary street. Department 
Commander, Samuel Merrill, Long Beach, , 
Cal.; Assistant Adjutant-General, J. M. 
Guinn, Los Angeles. 

Lincoln Post, No. 1. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Hamilton Hall, ' 
corner of Geary and Steiner streets. 
John Cronin, Commander; C. J. Hand- 
ley, Adjutant. 

George H. Thomas Post, No. 2. Meets , 
first and third Tuesday evenings at 
Hamilton Hall, corner Geary and Stei- 
ner streets. T. W. Nowlin, Commander; 
John H. Roberts, Adjutant. 

James A. Garfield Post, No. 34. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at 1014 Fill- 
more street. L. H. Edel, Commander; 
J. Karminsky, Adjutant. 

Gen. George G. Meade Post, No. 48. 
Me*ets first and third Tuesday evenings 
at 1014 Fillmore street. Fred A. Hunt, 
Commander; W. F. Howe, Adjutant. 
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. 

Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the 
Republic. 

Department officers — -Alice M. Gillett. 
Los Gatos, Department President; Har- 
riet G. Hills, Campbell, Department Sec- 
retary; Hettie M. Lewis, San Jose, De- 
partment Treasurer. 

Lincoln Relief Corps No. 3. Meets 
every Thursday evening at Hamilton 
Hall, corner of Geary and Steiner 
streets. Helen L. Hancock, President, 
3639 Army street; Emma A. Wheeler'. 
Secretary, 27 Homestead street; Carrie 
W. Dibble, Treasurer, 2824 Pierce street. 

Garfield Relief Corps, No. 81. Meets 
at 1014 Fillmore street second and 
fourth Monday evenings. May E. Engen, 
President, 1678 Page street; Mary Si- 
mon, Secretary, 2731 Laguna street; 
Lettie Sheehan, Treasurer, 2914 Folsom 

Meade Relief Corps, No. 61. Meets at 
Hamilton Hall, corner Geary and Steiner 
streets, first and third Tuesday even- 
ings. Nellie V. Martin, President, 431 
Fillmore street; Annie A. Leavitt, Sec- 
retary, 1807V- Steiner street; Georgiana 
Howe, Teasurer, 504. Hill Street. 
LADIES OP THE GRAND ARMY OP 
THE REPUBLIC. 

Department Officers — Department Pres- 
ident, Anna E. Thompson, Los Angeles; 
Department Secretary, Belle Ingram, 
Los Angeles; Department Treasurer, 
Belle S. Herr, Sacramento. 

Seven Pines Circle, No. 3. President. 
Harriet C. French, 123 Twenty-second 
avenue; Secretary, Julia Graham. Meets 
Monday evenings at 2174 Market street. 

McKinley Circle, No. 31. President, 
Lutie Schaplin. Meets at 506 Sanchez 
street, first and third Wednesdays. 

Thomas Circle, No. 32. Meets at Mis- 
sion Masonic Hall, Mission street, be- 
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
streets, first and third Tuesday after- 
noons. President. Mrs. R. A. Sarle, 3829 
Clay street; Secretary, Mary Merrill 
Miller, Burlingame. 

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. 

San Francisco Aerie, No. 5. Meets 
every Friday evening at Eagles' Hall. 
Gus Pohlmann. Secretary. 



Golden Gate Aerie, No. 61. Meets 
every Monday evening at Eagles' Hall 
B. F. Hanlon, Secretary. 



THE FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. 

Headquarters, 321 Pacific Building. 
R. Newel Chappel, Assistant Superin- 
tendent. 

LODGES. 

San Prancisoo Lodge, No. 69. Meets 
every Thursday at 431 Duboce avenue. 

Columbia Lodge, No. 258. Meets every 
Wednesday at 1805 Devisadero street. 

Progress Lodge, No. 280. Meets every 
Tuesday at 1970 Page street. 

Mission Lodge, No. 296. Meets every 
Thursday at W. O. W. Hall, Seventeenth 
street, between Valencia and Mission 

Aurora Lodge, No. 328. Meets every 
Thursday at 2226 Fillmore street. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 426. Meets 
every Wednesday at Richmond Hall, 309 
Fourth Avenue. 

Phoenix Lodge, No. 673. Meets every 
Friday at Equality Hall, Albion avenue, 
near Sixteenth street. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OP FOR- 
ESTERS. 

The Supreme Court is located at Tor- 
onto, Canada. Hon. Elliott G. Steven- 
son, Supreme Chief Ranger; R. Mathi- 
son. Supreme Secretary. 

The Office of the High Court of Cali- 
fornia is located at 4332 Nineteenth 
street, San Francisco. J. P. Murphy. 
High Chief Ranger, San Francisco; O. G. 
Hopkins, Past High Chief Ranger, Sac- 
ramento; J. H. Nash, High Vice-Chief 
Ranger, San Mateo; O. K. Brown, High 
Secretary, San Francisco; L. L. Kimerer, 
High Treasurer, Wheatland; Dr. H. M. 
Beck, High Physician, San Francisco; O. 
B. Parkinson, High Counsellor, Stock- 
ton; William Stewart, High Auditor, San 
Francisco; H. C. Reimers, High Auditor, 
San Francisco; Companion Nellie D. 
Kuss, High Orator, San Francisco; Alf. 
E. Edgcumbe. High Journal Secretary, 
Vallejo; J. C. Grider. High Organist, 
| Stockton; J. E. Douglas, High Senior 
I Woodward, Hollister; James H. Sturgis, 
High Junior Woodward, San Francisco; 
I A S Toung, High Marshall, San Fran- 
cisco; James Stewart. High Conductor. 
San Francisco; N. L. Donovan, High 
Messenger, San Francisco; E. L. Wilder, 
High Senior Beadle, Los Gatos; J. H. 
Hahan, High Junior Beadle, San Fran- 
cisco. TT ,,. 

The High Court will meet at Hollister, 
Cal., in 1908, at the call of the High 
Chief Ranger. . 

The following Courts are located in 
San Francisco; 

Court Golden Gate, No. 603. Meets 
second and fourth Friday at 1919 Sutter 
street. 

Court San Francisco, No. 822. Meets 
second and fourth Tuesday at 1919 Sut- 
ter street. 

Court Yerba Buena, No. 913. Meets 
second and fourth Thursday at 35 1 % 
Valencia street. 

Court Diana, No. 1133. Meets every 
Thursday at 412 Noe street. 

Court Southern Heights, No. 1150. 
Meets every Tuesday at 3346 Seven- 
teenth street. 

Court Mission, No. 1369. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Thursday at 2569 Market 
street. 



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Court Noe Valley, No. 1729. Meets 
second and fourth Tuesday at Duve- 
neck's Hall. 

Court Seal Rock, No. 3041. Meets sec- 
ond anil fourth Monday at 321 Devisa- 
flero street. 

Court Precita, No. 3398. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday at Mission Ma- 
sonic Hall. 

Court Alcyone, No. 3515. Meets first 
Friday at Dr. Rottanzi's. 135 Belvedere 

Court Acacia, No. 3742. Meets first 

and third Tuesday at 1919 Sutter street. 

Court Point Lobos, No. 3945. Meets 

last Thursday at 3635 Sacramento street. 

Court Apollo, No. 3946. Meets first 

Monday at 2S5S Twenty-first street. 

Companion Court Yerba Buena, No. 
345. Meets second and fourth Tuesday 
at 357 % Valencia street. 

Companion Court Golden Gate, No. 765. 
Meets second and fourth Wednesday at 
1919 Sutter street. 

Companion Court Southern Heig-hts, 
No. 873. Meets second and fourth Tues- 
day at 3346 Seventeenth street. 

Companion Court Peralta, No. 880. 
Meets first and third Thursday at Ex- 
.celsior Hall, Mission and Nineteenth 
streets. 

San Francisco Encampment, No. 96, 
Royal Poresters. Meets at 412 Noe 
street first and third Wednesday. 



INDEPENDENT RED MEN'S HALL AS- 
SOCIATION. 

Meets at 1411 Green street. Charles 
Srhlesing'er. President; C. G. Bolsdorff, 
Secretary, 199 Fourth street. 



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State Headquarters, 527 Bast Jefferson 
street. Los Angeles. 

State Officers— K. R. Bradley, State 
Councilor, Los Angeles; Chas. H. J. Tru- 
man, State Vice-Councilor, San Fran- 
cisco; L. C. Shannon, Junior Past State 
Councilor, Oakland; Herman Paine. State- 
Council Secretary, Oakland; C. M. Prater, 
State Council Treasurer, Stockton. 

Next Annual Meeting of State Coun- 
cil San Francisco. Cal., March 16, 1909. 

Past Councilors' Association business 
meeting second Wednesday of each 
month at 1815 Laguna street; initiations 
fourth Saturday of each month at 
Roesch Hall, Fifteenth and Mission 

Subordinate Councils in San Francisco: 
Abraham Lincoln Council, No. 2. Meets 

in American Hall, 1S15 Laguna street, 

every Thursday evening. 

Starr King- Council, No. 6. Meets in 

American Hall, 1815 Laguna street, every 

Tuesday evening. 

TJ. S. Grant Council, No. 19. Meets in 

American Hall, 1S15 Laguna street, every 

Friday evening. 

Alexander Hamilton Council, No. 35. 

Meets in Polito Hall, 3265 Sixteenth 

street, first and third Wednesday even- 
American Hall Association. Meets 

third Monday of each month at 18 IS 

Laguna street. 

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Martha Washington Council, No. 2. 

Meets in American Hall, 1815 Laguna 
street, every Monday evening. 

Golden Gate Council, No. 4. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Twentieth 
and Guerrero streets. 



KNIGHTS OP HONOR. 

Grand Lodge of California. 1416 
Steiner street. Past Grand Dictator. 
William Grover. Los Angeles; Grand 
Dictator, Prescott L. Archibald. Belmont; 
Grand Vice Dictator, Charles Lampe, San 
Francisco; Grand Assistant Dictator, 
Lee Grigsby, Napa; Grand Reporter, 
Thomas Johnstone, San Francisco; Grand 
Treasurer, R. A. A. Summers. San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Chaplain. Mrs. A. B. Vaux. 
Santa Cruz; Gram! Guide, F. A. Jennings, 
San Francisco; Grand Guardian, D. B. 
Marwick. Grass Valley; Grand Sentinel. 
F F. Wedekind. San Francisco; Grand 
Trustee. Thomas W. Collins, San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Trustee. Isaac D. Martin, 
San Francisco; Grand Trustee. B. F. Joy. 
San Francisco; Representative to Su- 
preme Lodge — four years, Charles G. 
Noble, San Francisco; alternate, ftiur 
years, Maxwell L. Crowe. San Francisco; 
alternate, two years. W. Z. King, San 
Francisco 

Confidence Lodge, No. 2282. Meets 
second and fourth Tuesday evenings of 
each month at 300 Sansome street. Harry 
J. Lask, Reporter. 

Eureka Lodge, No. 1756. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday evenings at 1416 
Steiner street. George Y. Derning, Re- 
porter. 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 2108. Meets fust 
and third Friday evenings of each month 
at 1416 Steiner street. G. Landon, Re- 
porter. 

Germania Lodge, No. 1718 (works in 
German). Meets second and fourth Tu.-s- 
dav evenings of each month at 1416 
Steiner street. G. Buchholz, Reporter. 

Ivy Lodge, No. 1716. Meets second 
and last Friday evenings of each month 
at 1416 Steiner street. H. Warnholz. 
Reporter. 

Keystone Lodge, No. 2107. Meets first 
and last Saturday evenings of each 
month at 1416 Steiner street. Charles 
Maguire, Reporter. 

Liberty Lodge, No. 3496. Meets first 
and third Wednesday evenings of each 
month at 1416 Steiner street. Thomas 
Billingslea, Reporter. 

Norman Lodge, No. 1841. Meets see- 
on«l and fourth Tuesday evenings at 1416 
Steiner street. Jacob Gans. Reporter. 

Polar Star Lodge, No. 3027. Meets 
every Fridav evening at 375 Lexington 
avenue. J. H. Duncan. Reporter. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 1922. Meets 
every Monday evening at 925 Eddy 
street. S. Baum, Reporter. 

Saxon Lodge, No. 1848. Meets first 
and third Tuesday evenings of each 
month at 1416 Steiner street. A. R. 
Holzheid, Reporter. 

Union Lodge, No. 1895. Meets first 
and third Tuesday evenings of each 
month at 1416 Steiner street. T. John- 
stone. Reporter. 

Yerba Buena Lodge, No. 1788. Meets 
every Monday evening at 1416 Steiner 
street. R. H. Noble, R ( . porter. 

Yosemite Lodge, No. 1930. Meets sec- 
oheI ami fourth Wednesday evenings of 
each month at 1416 Steiner street. G. A. 
Folsom. Reporter. 



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KNIGHTS AND LADIES OP HONOR. 
Office: 373 Sanchez street. 

Officers— A. H. Anderson, Past Grand 
Protector, San Francisco; Mrs. C. <-. 
O'Donnell, Grand Protector, San Fran- 
cisco; J. A. Colquhoun, Vice Grand Pro- 
tector, Oakland: Dr. S. American. Grand 
Secretary, 373 Sanchez street, San Fran- 
cisco; A. Gompertz, Grand Treasurer 
San Francisco; Mrs. Louise Bigler, Grand 
chaplain, Alameda; Mrs. M. E. B. Mc- 
Donald, Grand Guide, San Jose; Mrs. 
M. G. Perry, Grand Guardian, Vallejo; 
Mrs . N. Cohen, Grand Sentinel, San 
Francisco. 

Aurora lodge, No. 202. Meets first 
and third Monday evenings at 603 La- 
guna street. W. B. Faulkner, Secretary. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 619. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday evenings of each 
month at corner Seventeenth and Noe 
streets. Dr. S. American, Secretary. 

Golden Rule Lodge, No. 660. Meets 
second and fourth Thursday evenings of 
each month at 504 Devisadero street. 
Dr. F. Kemp Van Ee, Secretary. 

Magnolia Lodge, No. 1248. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Friday evenings of each 
month at 223 Webster street. P. J. 
Joyce, Secretary. 

Martha Lodge, No. 241. Meets second 
and fourth Friday evenings of each 
month at 603 Laguna street. Mrs. Ant. 
Graff, Secretary. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 815. Meets second 
and fourth Thursday evenings of each 
month at 912 Devisadero street. A. At- 
kins, Secretary. 

West End Lodge, No. 1102. Meets 
second and fourth Friday evenings of 
each month at 25 Bartlett street. Mrs. 
O. B. Roche, Secretary. 



KNIGHTS OP THE MACCABEES. 

S. W. Hall, State Commander, Union 
Savings Bank Building. Oakland. 

San Prancisco Tent, No. 18. Meets 
every Friday evening at 240 Golden 
Gate avenue." D. B. Richards, Record- 
Keeper. 

Golden 'West Tent, No. 58. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at. Devisadero 
Hall. C. B. Classen, Record-Keeper. 

Mission Tent, No. 59. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Schubert's Hall, 
Sixteenth and Mission streets. 

Pacific Tent, No. 64. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Schubert's Hall, 
Sixteenth and Mission streets. 

Phoenix Tent. Meets every Monday- 
evening at 2174 Market street. 

Ladies of the Maccabees. San Fran- 
cisco Hive, No. S, L. O. T. M. Meets 
every Friday evening at 240 Golden Gate- 
avenue. 



KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. 

Office — Room 726 Pacific Building, cor- 
ner Fourth and Market streets. 

Officers — Walter D. Wagner, Grand 
Chancellor, San Bernardino; Elijah C. 
Hart, Grand Vice Chancellor, Sacra- 
mento; John L. Childs, Grand Prelate, 
Crescent City; J. R. Sloan, G. M. of E., 
Oakland, 627 Ninth street; H. Schaft'ner, 
G K of R. and S., San Francisco; P. J. 
Rvan, G. M-at-A., Oakland; C. Verma- 
so'n. Grand Inner Guard, Perris; J. H. 
Johnson, Grand Outer Guard, Sacra- 
mento, 511p Ninth street. 

Grand Trustees — J. C. Lohmeyer, San 
Francisco, 456 Eighth avenue; C. H. 
Heilbron, San Diego; H. C. Fry, San 
Luis Obispo 



Supreme Representatives — George Sam- 
uels. Oakland, 1013 t'nion Savings Bank 
Building; R. F. Burns. Berkeley. 2320 
Bancroft Way; C. F. McGlashan. Truckee. 

Subordinate Lodges in San Francisco: 

California Lodge, No. 1. Meets every 
Monday at 266S Mission street. 

Damon Lodge, No. 2. Meets every 
Tuesday at 6S Haight street. 

Golden Gate, No. 3. Meets every 
Thursday at 6S Haight street. 

Laurel Lodge, No. 4. Meets every 
Monday at 961 Golden Gate avenue. 

Ivanhoe Lodge, No. 5. Meets every 
Wednesday at 3265 Sixteenth street. 

Alemania Lodge, No. 8. Meets every 
Wednesday at 961 Golden Gate avenue. 

Eureka Lodge, No. 9. Meets every 
Tuesday at 240 Golden Gate avenue. 

Harmonie Lodge, No. 15. Meets first 
and third Fridays at 1530 Ellis street. 

Myrtle Lodge, No. 16. Meets every 
Tuesday at 961 Golden Gate avenue. 

South San Prancisco Lodge, No. 45. 
Meets every Tuesday at Railroad and 
Fourteenth avenues. 

Phoenix Lodge, No. 53. Meets every 
Monday at 2121 Market street. 

Syracuse Lodge, No. 58. Meets every 
Wednesday at 40S Van Ness avenue. 

Unity Lodge, No. 61. Meets every 
Thursday at 240 Golden Gate avenue 

Golden City Lodge, No. 63. Meets 
every Friday at 3009 Sixteenth street. 
Verdi Lodge, No. 68. Meets every 
Monday at 1524 Powell street. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 117. Meets every 
first and third Wednesday at Geary and 
Steiner streets. 

Roma Lodge, No. 147. Meets every 
Tuesday at 1524 Powell street. 

Jefferson Lodge, No. 179. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesdays at 1524 Powell 
street. 



KNIGHTS OP THE RED BRANCH. 

Thomas Desmond. Superintendent. 
Meets every Wednesday at their hall, 
1133 Mission street. 



LINCOLN ANNUITY UNION. 

San Prancisco Assembly, No. 1. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays of each 
month at Balder Hall, 2174 Market 
street. 



MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION 
UNITED STATES. 

Commandery of California. Instituted 
\pril 12 1871. Commander, Brigadier 
General Frank Morrell Coxe, U. S. Army: 
Senior Vice Commander, Lieutenant 
Samuel Lindsay Graham, U. S. Navy; 
Junior Vice Commander, Brigadier Gen- 
eral Charles Delavan Viele, U. S. Army: 
Recorder, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel 
William Renwick Smedberg, U. S. Arm> : 
Registrar, Lieutenant Horace "\\ ilson. 
12th Maine Infantry: Treasurer, Captain 
Charles Mason Kinne, A. A. General 
Volunteers; Chancellor, Colonel Charles 
Hendee Rippey. 90th Ohio Infantry; 
Chaplain. Major John Harrison Macom- 
ber, U. S. Army; Council: Brevet Lieu- 
tenant Colonel Jesse Beech Fuller, U. S. 
Volunteers; Rear Admiral Oscar Walter 
Farenholt, U. S. Navy; Captain George 
Stone, ISth N. Y. Cavalry; Brevet Brig- 
adier General Edward Selig Salomon, 
U S. Volunteers; Captain Joseph 
Lvcurgus Tharp, 126th Illinois Infantry. 
Membership May 1, 1908, 721. Head- 
quarters. 239 Sansome street. 



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California Commandery. Col. Fred. 
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Henry Glass, Vice-Commander; Major 
George Whitney Reed, Secretary,' 510 
Battery street; Lieut. Fred W. Dohr- 
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Hubbard, Treasurer; Charles Samuel 
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MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. 

Goodfellowship Camp, No. 9633. Meets 
every Monday evening in Van Ness Hall. 
222 Van Ness avenue. W. J. Elliot, 
Clerk, room 605 Pacific Building. 

Occidental Camp, No. 9944. Meets 
every Thursday evening at 92o Golden 
Gate avenue. D. Sanders, Clerk, 443 
Pine street. 

THE NATIONAL VNION. 

California State Headquarters, 1624 
Octavia street. Joseph A. Wilson, Gen- 
eral Deputy. 

California Council, No. 530. Meets 
first and third Wednesday of each month 
in Van Ness Hall. 222 Van Ness avenue. 
Ctaas. H. Van Orden, Secretary, 2835 
Howard street. 

San Francisco Council, No. 540. Meets 
second Thursday of each month in Van 
Ness Hall 222 Van Ness avenue. E. H. 
Hills, Secretary, 222 Collingwood street. 
Pacific Council, No. 547. Meets first 
and third Fridays of each month in Van 
Ness Hall, 222 Van Ness avenue. H. W. 
Maass, Secretary, 1335 Golden Gate av- 
enue. 

Union Council, No. 549. Meets second 
and fourth Monday of each month in 
Van Ness Hall, 222, Van Ness avenue. 
J. A. Brown, Secretary, 1134 Merchants 
Exchange Building. 

Golden Gate Council, No. 551. Meets 
second and fourth Tuesday of each 
month in Van Ness Hall, 222 Van Ness 
avenue. C. J. Swift, Secretary, 4504 
Twenty-third street. 

Eldorado Council, No. 581. Meets 
first and third Tuesday of each month 
in National Hall, 566 Fulton street. H. 
Goldberg, Secretary, 544 Ashbury street. 
El Capitan Council, No. 997. Meets 
every Monday evening in Van Ness Hall, 
222 Van Ness avenue. Leo. De Oardona, 
Secretary, 135 Fillmore street. 

Mission Council No. 1010. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Friday of each month 
in Mission Masonic Hall, 266S Mission 
street. G. B. Badgley, Secretary, 1452 
Waller street. 

San Francisco Cabinet, which has 
supervision over all the Councils in San 
Francisco meets the fourth Thursday 
of each month in Van Ness Hall, 222 
Van Ness avenue. A. S. Ferguson, Sec- 
retary 690 Commercial street. 



NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLD- 
EN WEST. 

Grand Officers — Past Grand President, 
Emma G. Foley; Grand President, Anna 
L. Monroe, Ferndale; Grand Vice-Presi- 
dent, Emma Witte-Lillie; Grand Secre- 
tary, Laura J. Frakes, San Francisco; 
Grand Treasurer, Susie Kalthoff-Chnst. 
San Francisco; Grand Marshal, Anna 
F. Lacey, San Francisco; Grand In- 
side Sentinel, Mary Barry; Grand Out- 
side Sentinel, Josie Barboni, San Jose; 
Grand Organist, Agnes M. Troy, San 
F-aneiseo- Grand Directors and Grand 



Trustees — Harriet S. Lee, Woodland; 
Louise T. Hare, Salinas; Mamie P. Car- 
miceal, San Jose; Jennie L. Jordan, Oak- 
land; Helen M. Niderer, Ventura; Olive 
Bedford, Anderson; Lilla Talloch-Bis- 
bee, Angels Camp. 

There are twenty-two parlors in San 
Francisco as follows: 

Minerva Parlor, No. 2. Meets first 
and third Monday at 431 Duboce avenue. 
Alta Parlor, No. 3. Meets Saturday at 
92 Sanchez street. 

Oro Fino Parlor, No. 9. Meets every 
Saturday at 92 Sanchez street. 

Golden State Parlor, No. 50. Meets 
first and third Wednesday at 2430 Har- 
rison street. 

Orinda Parlor, No. 56. Meets second 
and fourth Friday at 2174 Market street. 
Fremont Parlor, No. 59. Meets every 
Monday at 452 Valencia street. 

Suena Vista Parlor, No. 68. Meets 
second and fourth Thursday at 2174 
Market street. 

Las Lomas Parlor, No. 72. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Monday at Polito Hall. 

TTosemite Parlor, No. 83. Meets second 
and fourth Mondays at 452 Valencia 
street. 

La Estrella Parlor, No. 89. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Saturdays at 2174 Mar- 
ket street. 

Sans Souci Parlor, No. 96. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Monday at 431 Duboce 
avenue. 

Calaveras Parlor, No. 103. Meets first 
and third Tuesday at 321 Devisadero 

street. 

Darina Parlor, No. 114. Meets first 

and third Mondays at 2174 Market street. 

El Vespero Parlor, No. 118. Meets 

second and fourth Tuesday at 1512 

Eleventh avenue. 

Las Torrosas Parlor, No. 131. Meets 
first and third Friday at 431 Duboce 
avenue. 

Genevieve Parlor, No. 132. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Thursday at 907 Rail- 
road avenue. 

Keith Parlor, No. 137. 1164 O'Farrell 
street. 

Gabrielle Parlor, No. 139. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesday at 431 Du- 
boce avenue. 

Guadalupe Parlor, No. 153. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesday at 4284% Mis- 
sion street. 

Presidio Parlor, No. 148. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesday at 235 Steiner 
street. 

Annual meetings commence the sec- 
ond Tuesday in June. 



NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN 
WEST. 

Office of the Grand Secretary, room 
327, Delbert Block, 943 Van Ness avenue. 
Grand Parlor organized November 30, 
1878. 

There are 175 parlors (18,000 mem- 
bers) in the State, thirty of which are in 
San Francisco, as follows; 

California Parlor, No. 1. Meets every 
Thursday at 1109 Market street. 

Pacific Parlor, No. 10. Meets every 
Tuesday at Delbert Block. 

Golden Gate Parlor, No. 29. Meets 
every Monday at Delbert Block. 

Mission Parlor, No. 38. Meets every 
Wednesday at 2174 Market street. 

San Francisco Parlor, No. 49. Meets 
every Thursday at 240 Golden Gate 
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El Dorado Parlor, Wo. 52. Meets every 
Thursday at Delbert Block. 

Rincon Parlor, No. 72. Meets every 
Wednesday at Veterans' Hall, 431 Du- 
boce avenue. 

Stanford Parlor, No. 76. Meets every 
Thursday at 568 Golden Gate avenue. 

Yerba Buena Parlor, No. 84. Meets 
first and third Monday at Delbert Block. 

Bay City Parlor, No. 104. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesday at Hamilton 
Hall, 1545 Stelner street. 

Niantic Parlor, No. 105. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Delbert Block. 

National Parlor, No. 118. Meets every 
Thursday at Delbert Block. 

Hesperian Parlor, No. 137. Meets 
every Thursday at 3009 Sixteenth street. 

Aloatraz Parlor, No. 145. Meets every 
Thursday at 1109 Market street. 

Alcalde Parlor, No. 154. Meets every 
Wednesday at Delbert Block. 

South San Francisco Parlor, No. 157. 
Meets every Wednesday at Native Sons 
Hall. 

Sequoia Parlor, No. 160. Meets every 
Tuesday at 1530 Ellis street. 

Freclta Parlor, No. 187. Meets every 
Thursday at Mission Masonic Hall, 2668 
Mission street. 

Olympus Parlor, No. 189. Meets every 
Wednesday at 321 Devisadero street. 

Presidio Parlor, No. 194. Meets every 
Monday at Steimke Hall, Octavia and 
Union streets. 

Marshall Parlor, No. 202. Meets every 
Friday at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

Army and Navy Parlor, No. 207. Meets 
every Friday at Delbert Block. 

Dolores Parlor, No. 208. Meets every 
Monday evening at Mission Masonic Hall, 
2668 Mission street. 

Twin Peaks Parlor, No. 214. Meets 
every Wednesday at Duveneck's Hall, 
at Church and Twenty-fourth streets. 

El Capitan Parlor, No. 222. Meets 
every Monday at New Washington Hall. 

Russian Hill Parlor, No. 229. Meets 
every Wednesday at 3265 . Sixteenth 
street. 

Guadalupe Parlor, No. 231. Meets 
every Monday at 4 Theresa street. 

Castro Parlor, No. 232. Meets every 
Tuesday at 2174 Market street. 

Balboa Parlor, No. 234. Meets every 
Thursday at Richmond Hall, Fourth 
avenue and Clement street. 

James Lick Parlor, No. 231. Meets 
every Tuesday at 2668 Mission street. 



OBDEB OP HERMANN'S SONS. 

Officers: Charles Schmitt, Grand Presi- 
dent; A. Graessle, J. Brendel, Grand 
Vice-Presidents; E. G. Brugge, Grand 
Secretary, 2249 Clement street. 

Executive Board meets fourth Thurs- 
day of each month at 2249 Clement 
street. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 1. Meets 
every Wednesday at Eintracht Hall. 

E. V. Bandel Lodge, No. 3. Meets 
every Wednesday at Mission Turn Hall. 

Eureka Lodg'e, No. 6. Meets every 
Friday at Red Men's Hall. 

Germanla Lodg'e, No. 7. Meets every 
Monday at Stegeman Hall, Valencia and 
Clinton Park streets. 

North Beach Lodg'e, No. 9. Meets 
every Thursday at Mission Turn Hall. 

Mission Lodge, No. 10. Meets every 
Thursday at Mission Turn Hall. 



Pacific Lodge, No. 29. Meets every 
second and fourth Friday at Fourteenth 
street and Railroad avenue. 

Hoffnung Lodge, No. 1. (Ladles.) Meets 
every Thursday at Veterans' Hall. 



OBDEB OF SONS OF ST. GEORGE. 

The Grand Lodge of the Pacific Coast 
Jurisdiction comprises all the States and 
Territories west of the Rocky Moun- 
tains, British Columbia and the Hawaiian 
Islands. Grand President, E. T. Joste, 
Oakland; Grand Secretary, Thomas Poy- 
ser, 157 Ney street, San Francisco. 

Burnaby Lodge, No. 194. Meets Satur- 
day at 222 Van Ness avenue. P. C. Wood- 
house, Secretary, 41 Hardy street. 

Pickwick Lodge, No. 259. Meets Mon- 
day at St. George's Hall. 1675 Market 
street. Thomas Poyser, Secretary. 
DAUGHTERS OF ST. GEOBGE. 

Brlttanla Lodge, No. 7. Meets every 
Monday at 1675 Market street. Mrs. R. 
Meadows, Secretary. 

Empress Victoria Lodge, No. 142. 
Meets every Saturday at 1675 Market 
street. Mrs. Nellie Esler, President; 
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Office of Supeme Council, 407 Shaw- 
mut avenue, Boston. Robert Van Sands, 
85 Dearborn street, Chicago, Supreme 
Regent; Alfred T. Turner, 407 Shawmut 
avenue, Boston, Supreme Secretary; G. 
Gunzendorfer. 127 Montgomery street, 
San Francisco, Alternate Supreme Rep- 
resentative. Grand Council of California 
meets biennially in April of odd years. 
Albert H. Merrill, Grand Regent; D. W. 
Maloon, Grand Secretary, 232 South 
Hill street, Los Angeles. 

Argonaut Council, No. 597. Meets first 
and third Monday at 1638 Eddy street. 

Golden West Council, No. 1716. Meets 
first and third Friday at 1638 Eddy street. 

Buena Vista Council, No. 1604. Meets 
first and third Thursday at 240 Golden 
Gate avenue. 

San Francisco Council, No. 1622. Meets 
second and fourth Thursday at 1638 
Eddy street. 

Social nights, fifth Monday and Thurs- 
day. 

Boyal Arcanum Belief Board. Gus- 
tave Gunzendorfer, Chairman, 127 Mont- 
gomery street. 

SONS OF THE AMEBICAN BEVOLU- 
TION. 

Henry Stockbridge, Baltimore, Met, 
President-General; A. Howard Clark. 
Washington, D. C, Secretary-General; 
Board of Managers of the California So- 
ciety — George C. Sargent, President, 
Crocker Building; R. M. Sims, Senior 
Vice-President, Crocker Building; Dr. J. 
Mora Moss, Secretary, 930 Green Street; 
Edwin Bonnell, Treasurer, 101 Mont- 
gomey Street; Col. A. S. Hubbard, Reg- 
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Mizpah Court, No. 1. Meets every 
Monday in Ben-Hur Hall, 3265 Sixteenth 
street. W. H. Woodall, Scribe, 1086 
North Point street. 

Mission Court, No. 10. Meets every 
Friday evening in Ben-Hur Hall, 3265 
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DRUIDS. 

Office of the Grand Secretary, Druid's 
Hall, northwest corner Laguna and 
Haves streets. Thirty Groves in San 
Francisco; 4,030 members. One hundred 
and w'Vdi Groves in the country, 8,237 
members. C. D. Dorn, Noble Grand Arch 
of California; C. A. Guglielmom, Grand 
Secretary of California. 



UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS. 

Department of California. Organized 
1904. Headquarters, 2909 Folsom street, 
San Francisco, Cal. James H. Noland, 
Department Commander, San Francisco; 
Samu.-l W. Kay, Senior Vice-Command- 
er Sacramento; Wallace H. Copping, 
Junior Vice-Commander, Pasadena; Harry 
Speas, Judge Advocate, Sacramento; 
Rev Joseph P. McQuaide, Chaplain, San 
Francisco; B. L. Duncan, Department In- 
spector, San Francisco; Samuel Solo- 
mans Marshal, Los Angeles; T. J. Con- 
nollv Department Adjutant, San Fran- 
cisco; B. A. Forrester, Department Quar- 
termaster, Berkeley. 

Camp Rienhold Richter, No. 2. Meets 
Wednesdays at 8.15 P. M., Veterans 
Hall 431 Duboce avenue. 

Camp Nelson A. Miles, No. 10. Meets 
Mondays at 8.15 P. M., Veterans Hall, 
431 Duboce avenue. 

Camp K. J. Reilly, No. 14. Meets 
Tuesdays at S.15 P. M., corner Union 
and Fillmore streets. 

Ladies' Auxiliary. Past Department 
President. Mrs. Mary B. Hamilton, San 
Francisco; Department President, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Curzon, San Francisco; De- 
partment Senior Vice-President, Mrs. 
Ida F Fitzgerald, Vallejo; Department 
Junior Vice-President, Mrs. Lillian J. 
Severson, Los Angeles; Department Sec- 
retary Miss Jennie Lefman, San Fran- 
cisco; 'chaplain. Miss Jenni* Lee. Pasa- 
dena- Treasurer, Miss B. McKibbon, San 
Francisco; Inspector, Mrs. Ira L. Head, 
Los Gatos. 



W. L. Temple Camp, No. 761. Meets 
everv second and fourth Friday at 2140 
Market street. 

Pernleaf Camp, No. 808. Meets every 
Wednesday at 3 Leland avenue, Bay 
Shore. 

Falkenburg P. A. Camp, No. 787. Meets 

every Thursday at 2140 Market street. 

WOMEN OP WOODCRAPT. 

Redwood Circle, No. 72. Meets every 
Friday at 32S5 Sixteenth street. 

California Circle, No. 178. Meets every 
Wednesday at 925 Golden Gate avenue. 

Golden Gate Circle, No. 355. Meets 
every Friday at Seventeenth street, be- 
tween Mission and Valencia streets. 

San Prancisco Circle, No. 490. Meets 
every Tuesday at Seventeenth street be- 
tween Mission and Valencia streets. 

Haven Circle, No. 494. Meets every 
Wednesday at Nineteenth and Noe 
streets. 

Richmond Circle, No. 514. Meets every 
Thursday at Fourth avenue and Clement 

Pathfinder Circle, No. 596. Meets 
every Wednesday at Mission street and 
Silver avenue. 

X I. Circle, No. 603. Meets every 
Thursday. 

Pernleaf Circle. Meets every Tuesday 
at 3 Leland avenue. Bay Shore. 



WOODMEN OP THE WORLD. 

California Headquarters^ 2140 Market 
street. Peter F. Gilroy, General Organ- 
izer. 

Golden Gate Camp, No. 64. Meets 
everv Friday at 2121 Market street. 

Redwood Camp, No. 9. Meets every 
Tuesday at 3265 Sixteenth street. 

Mission Camp, No. 264. Meets every 
Wednesday at 3275 Sixteenth street. 

Western Addition Camp, No. 306. Meets 
every Tuesday at Bohemian Building, 
1530' Ellis street. 

Tamalpais Camp, No. 427. Meets every 
Monday at 3275 Sixteenth street. 

San Prancisco Camp, No. 437. Meets 
every Monday at Seventeenth street be- 
tween Mission and Valencia streets. 

Richmond Camp, No. 470. Meets 
every Friday at Fourth avenue and Cle- 
ment street. 

California Camp, No. 634. Meets every 
Tuesday at 2140 Market street. 

North End Camp, No. 646. Meets every 
second and fourth Thursday at 1314 
Stockton street. 

Applewood Camp, No. 696. Meets every 
Monday at 2140 Market street. 

Haven Camp, No. 740. Meets every 
Wednesday at 2140 Market street. 

Path Pinder Camp, No. 750. Meets 
everv Thursday at Silver avenue and 
street ' 



SOCIAL SOCIETIES. 

Alumni Association College of Phar- 
1 macy of the University of California. 

I Organized in 1882. President, H. M. 
Simmons, M. D. ; First Vice-President. 
E D'Artney; Second Vice-President, H. 
Stewart; Treasurer C. J. Abraham; Reg- 
istrar, Ethel Nelson; Secretary, Miss 
Clarissa Roehr. Trustees— J. H. Gue- 
det F. W. Nish and A. S. Musante, M. D. 
Meetings are held quarterly and tri-an- 
nually. 

Alumni Association College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. Dr. Francis Wil- 
liams, President; Dr. Thomas Fletcher. 
First Vice-President; Dr. Charles M. 
Troppman. Secretary, 1300 Golden Gate 
avenue; Treasurer. Dr. H. .A. Mage,. 
Executive Committee— Dr. W ilhelmina A. 
Ragland, Dr. Charles A. Faulkner, Dr. 
•Uvin C. Cerf, Dr. B. C. Best, Dr. Ed- 
ward Clifford Gill, Emil E. Hutshmg, 
Ph. C, and Dr. W. H. Levey, Quarterly 
meeting at the College Building, Four- 
teenth street near Valencia street. 

Alumni Association of Hastings Col- 
lege of the Lav. Monadnock Building. 
Law department of the University ot 
California Thomas E. Haven; President; 
Olin L. Berry, Secretary. Pacific Building. 
Alumni Association of the University 
of California. Secretary's office, Cali- 
fornia Hall, U. C. Berkeley; Gurden Ed- 
wards, Secretary. 

Alumni Association of St. Ignatius 
College. A. H. Giannini, M. D., Presi- 
dent; John L. Whelan, Secretary. Quar- 
terlv meetings. 

Argonaut Club. 1901 California street. 
Alfred Esberg, President; S. D. Davis, 

Arlon Verein Club. Rooms 1805 De- 
visadero street. Business meetings sec- 
ond Friday of each month. Ladies 
chorus meets every Monday evening. 
Male chorus meets every Friday evening. 
Dr. M. Magnus, President; H. Heine- 
mann, Secretary. 

Bay City Wheelmen Club House. 1501 
Scott street. 



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Bohemian Club. Northwest comer Post 
and Leavenworth streets. Meetings sec- 
ond Tuesday in January, April. July ami 
October I>. J- Wilson Shiels. President. 
John Landers. Vice-President; John B. 
Leighton, Secretary; William Letts Oli- 
ver, Treasurer. 

British and American Union, The. Or- 
ganized July 24, 1900. Its object is to 
strengthen and make permanent the po- 
litical, social and commercial bonds 
which unite the two nations. President. 
Frederick W. D'Evelyn; First Vice-Presi- 
dent, G.Alexander Wright; Corresponding 
Eh-ratary Th:m;s C Wsst S;r tn, 
Charles B. Sedgwick; Treasurer, William 
Pardy. Headquarters. 927 Market street. 

Bunker Hill Association. Organized in 
1S60 to inculcate a feeling of patriotism 
and commemorate the anniversary of the 
ever eventful Battle of Bunker Hill. June 
17th Alwavs celebrate the Battle ot 
Bunker Hill" on tht 17th of June each 
year G. W. Holladay, President; George 
W Caswell, Secretary; office. 533 Folsom 

Caledonian Club. Meets at 2174 Mar- 
ket street first and third Fridays of each 
month. D. D. McRae, Chief; Charles 
Macdonald, Secretary. 68 Haight street. 

California Anglers' Association. 1771 
Geary. 

California Chauffeurs' Association. 841 
Fulton street. 

California Camera Club. 825 Market 
street. Albert Le Breton, President; Ed- 
ward G. Eisen, Secretary; H. T. Hen- 
ning. Treasurer. 

California Club of California. 1750 
Clay street. Mrs. Edward L. Baldwin, 
President; Mrs. C. Mason Kinne, Secre- 

California Equal Suffrage Associa- 
tion. 2419 California. 

California Genealogical Society. Room 
1113 Claus Spreekcls Building. Organ- 
ized February 12, 1S9S. Orville Dwight 
Baldwin President; Robert E. Cowan. 
First Vice-President; Clinton T. Hull, 
Second Vice-President; Mrs. Milly Eva 
Baldwin, Recording Secretary; Sarah 
Louise Kimball. Corresponding Secretary; 
Henry Bvron Phillips. Treasurer; Mrs. 
Walter Damon Mansfield, Librarian, 

California lawn Tennis Club. Grounds 
southeast corner Bush and Scott streets. 
W McGavin, President and Treasurer; 
G H. Busch, Secretary. Directors' meet- 
ings third Tuesday of each month. 

Central City 'Wheelmen. Meets Tues- 
day at 306 Guerrero street. A. Fawke. 
President; W. Driscoll, Secretary. 

Century Club. Southwest corner Sut- 
ter and Franklin streets. Mrs. J. A. 
Folger, Secretary. 

Cercle De 1' Union. 220 Post street. 
Cercle Francais Club. 1509 Gough 
street Jacob Samuels, President; A. 
Abraham. Vice-President; I. J. Aschheim. 
Secretary; B. Reiss, Secretary. 

Civic Federation. I. J. Truman, Presi- 
dent' C B. Perkins. Secretary and Treas- 
urer. Office, 703 Humboldt Bank Building. 
Columbia Park Boys' Club. 45S Guer- 
rero street. S. S. Peixotto, Manager. 

Concordia Club. Northeast corner 

Fillmore street and Pacific avenue. Her- 
bert Rothchild, President. Board of Di- 
rectors meets third Tuesday of each 
month. 

Corinthian Yacht Club. Headquarters 
and club house. Tiburon, Marin County. 
W. Frank Stone. Commodore; W. A. 
Stringer Vice-Commodore; Dr. L. J. Mc- 
\Iahon, Secretary; C. F. Morel, Treasur- 
er; J. H. Keefe, Port Captain; Peter 
Lamb and Charles Miller, Directors 



nual meetings last Wednesday in Jan- 
uary. 

Corona Club. 266S Mission street. 

Cosmos Club, The, 1584 Sutter street. 
F Reis, Jr., President; R. T. Devlin, 
Vice-President; George S. Folsom. 
Treasurer; George R. Webster, Secretary. 

Council of Associated Alumni of the 
University of California. Annual meet- 
ing second Thursday in November at 
Mark Hopkins Institute of Art. Dr. 
Joseph G. Morrissey, President. 

Criterion Athletic Club, 219 Crescent 




avenue. 

Cross Country Club, 1962 McAllister 
street Walks every alternate Sunday. 
Membership confined to men. E. W. 
Skelton President; J. A. Street. Secretary. 

Cymrodorion Society of California, 
1675 Market street. R. J. Hughes. Sec- 
retary. 

Dartmouth College Alumni Associa- 
tion of the Pacific Coast, 717 Market 
street. T. A. Perkins. President; S. C. 
Smith. Secretary. Annual reunion second 
Thursday in April. 

Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, San Fran- 
cisco Alumni Association of. Alexander 

D. Keyes, Humboldt Bank Building, Pres- 
ident; Herbert S. Bonifield, 49 Post 
street First Vice-President; W . W . Mc- 
Nair Second Vice-President, Grant 
Building; Conrad Loring, Treasurer, 49 
Post street; C. C. Ertz, Secretary. 112 
Market street. Dinner bi-monthly. 

Deutscher Club, 1264 Golden Gate 

Dry Goods Men's Association of San 
Francisco. Meets first and third Thurs- 
day of each month at 1SS1 Bush street. 

E. Theile, President; E. J. Dervan, Re- 
cording Secretary. 

Tiagle Sketch Club. Meets Friday 
evenings at 235 Steiner street. 
Forum Club, 1656 Bush street. 
Geneva International Association. Of- 
fice 791 O'Farrell street. A. E. New- 
man, President; F. H. Luers, Secretary. 
Harvard Club of San Francisco. Presi- 
dent. Philip Bancroft; Secretary, C. M. 
Belshaw; R. C. Harrison and T. W. 
Huntington. Vice-Presidents. 

Hawthorne Athletic Club, 224 Potrero 
avenue. 

Hessen Verein (S. F. Hessen T nstutz 
Verein). Meets second and fourth 
Thursdav in each month at 33 4 5 Eight- 
eenth street. 

Iroquois Club, 150 Church street. 
Italian Touring Club, 550 Montgomery 
street. Consul, Armando Pedrini. It has 
60,000 members throughout the world. 

Jefferson Square Club, 925 Golden 
Gate avenue. L. E. Lee, Manager. 

Knickerbocker Male Quartet, 1278 Mar- 
ket street. Charles L. Goetting, Fred 
Purdy, D. B. Crane, L. A. Larsen. \ ocal 
music for all occasions. 

Knights and Ladies of Security, 326 5 
Sixteenth street. 

Laurel Club, 1180 Kentucky street. 
Loring Club. This, the leading sing- 
ing society club of the city, is compose, 
of sixtv male voices, and two hundred 
and lift'v associate or subscribing mem- 
bers. Rehearsals are held every Mon- 
day evening in their rooms, Deyisadcro 
Hall 321 Devisadero street. The Club 
gives periodical musical entertainments 
the recurrence of which are marked 
events in our social seasons. Officers- 
George U. Hind. President; Dr. F. B 
Carpenter, Vice-President: Charles D. 
Northrop. Secretary; falter J. Phelps. 
W. C. Stadtfeld, Director. 



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McCloud Country Club. Edgar J. Do 
Pue President, 818 Merchants Exchange 
Building; E. H. Beane, Secretary. 

Merchants' Club. Carmen Johnson 
Building. 320 Sansome street. A. C. 
Kains. President; R. J. Tyson, Vice- 
President; Prosper P. Reiter, Secretary. 
Methodist Social Union of San Fran- 
cisco. Office, northwest corner of Pine 
and Sansome streets. R. V. Watt, Presi- 
dent- C. B.. Perkins, Secretary. Meet- 
ings held at call of the President. 

New California Jockey Club. Emery- 
ville. Thomas H. Williams, President 
and Treasurer; D. M. Burns, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Percy W. Treat, Secretary. 

New Yorkers, The. W. W. Stone, Pres- 
ident; William M. Weil. Secretary. Meets 
quarterly at 1032 Steiner street. 

North German Society. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesday at Hamilton Hall, 
1545 Steiner street. 

Norwegian Singing Society of San 
Prancisco (Male). Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 434 Duboce avenue. 
President, Ernt Haugerud. 

Nu Sigma Nu Upsilon Chapter, 2558 
Sacramento street. 

Occidental Athletic Club. E. H. Lewis, 
Secretary. West side Valencia street, be- 
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. 
Ohio Society of California (incorpor- 
ated). Louis P. McCarty, Secretary, 
3238 Twenty-first street; W. L. Maule, 
Financial Secretary. 

The Olympic Club, 524 Post street. 
The buildings erected by the Club con- 
tain a magnificent swimming tank filled 
with ocean water, and the parlors, halls 
and various apartments are modern and 
beautiful in all their appointments. The 
system of baths, tubs, showers, Russian, 
and Turkish, is as complete and hand- 
some as any in the country. William 
F Humphrey, President; L. M. Hoefler, 
Vice-President: Willard M. Sheldon, Sec- 
retary; Charles W. Conlisk, Treasurer. 

Pacific Athletic Association. Western 
Division of the Amateur Athletic Union 
of the United States. S. S. Peixotto, 
President. 458 Guerrero street; Herbert 
Hauser, Secretary-Treasurer. Registra- 
tion Committee, 204 Alaska Commercial 
Building. 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons 
of Vermont. A. L. Adams, President; 
Dr. John Townsend, Daniel T. Cole and 
E W. Woodward, Vice-Presidents; A. O. 
Colton, Secretary; A. W. Scott, Treas- 
urer. Office, 207 Mills Building. 

Pacific Motor Boat Club. F. J. Bowers, 
Commodore; Edward S. Purdy, Secretary, 
340 Sansome street. 

Pacific Psi Upsilon Union. Meets an- 
nually on November 24th. Sidney V. 
Smith, President; Edward Mills Adams, 
Secretary, 2777 Pine street. 

Pacific Union Club, The, 1882 Wash- 
ington street. William B. Bourn, Presi- 
dent; R. P. Rithet, Vice-President; Wil- 
liam G. Irwin, Treasurer; George Boyd 
Secretary. Meetings third Tuesday of 
each month. 

Presidio Golf Club. H. W. Postle- 
thwaite, President, 8 Presidio Terrace. 

Press Club of San Prancisco, 2016 Pine 
street William Woodhead, President; 
Wat Brown, Vice-President; E. P. Gos- 
ling Treasurer; E. J. Davis, Secretary; 
J. W 1 . Scott, Librarian. Meetings quarterly. 
San Prancisco Ply Casting Club. T. C. 
Kierulff. President; H. B. Sperry, Secre- 
tary. 133 Spear street. 



San Prancisco Girls' Union. Meets 
every third Wednesday at the Home, 
1061 Laguna street. Object: To give a 
home for self-sustaining girls and women 
at reasonable rates. Superintendent, Miss 
Lora B. Foster. 

San Prancisco Golf and Country Club. 
R. I. Bentley, President; R. J. Woods. 
Secretary and Treasurer, 3555 Clay 
street. Grounds at Ingleside. 

San Prancisco Grutli-Verein. Meets 
first and third Tuesday at 30 Pearl 
street. 

San Prancisco Kennel Club. Fred 
Butler, Secretary-Treasurer, 401 Cali- 
fornia street. 

San Prancisco Maennerchor. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at Mission Turn 
Vere'in Hall. Harrv Bobsien, President; 
F. Dulfer, Vice-President; William Schil- 
ling, Treasurer; Joseph Flack, Librarian. 
San Prancisco Schuetzen Verein. Meets 
every second and fourth Wednesday at 
Saratoga Hall., Valencia street, near 
Thirteenth street. 

San Prancisco Scottish Thistle Club. 
Meets at Polito Hall, second and fourth 
Thursday of each month. George W. 
Paterson, Secretary; Alex A. Carlisle, Re- 
corder; George W. Miller, Treasurer. 

San Prancisco Settlement Association, 
720 Treat avenue. 

San Francisco Turn Verein, 353 Turk 
street. Louis Markus. President; R. 
Mueller. Secretary; Edwin Bercher, 
Physical Director. Meetings first and 
third Wednesday of each month. 

San Francisco Whist Club. Room 331 
Pacific Building. W. R. Lovegrove, 
President; E. C. Heller, Secretary. 

San Francisco Yacht Club. F. G. Phil- 
lips Commodore; Harry Russell, Secre- 
tary, Union Trust Building. 

Sequoia Club, 1565 Bush street. 
Society of California Volunteers. Meet- 
ings at 3299 Clay street at call of Presi- 
dent. Composed of those who served in 
the California Volunteers, U. S. A. 
President, Edgar Pomeroy; Vice-Pres - 
dent, Albert Brown; Second Vice-Presi- 
dent, Albert Brown; Recording Secre- 
tary, John C. Innes. 

Sons and Daughters of the Old Friends 
Meets every Monday evening at 1191 
Oak street. Franklin F. Lord, M. D., 
President; Miss Irene Strieker, Secretary. 
Sons of Exempt Firemen's Association. 
Incorporated. L. S. Graves President. 
William G. McKibbm, Secretary; Philip 
Figel, Treasurer, Merchants Exchange 
Building. 

Southern Club of San Francisco. Dr. 
D A Hodghead, President; Joe H. Jordan, 
Secretary, Pacific Building. 

Stanford Club of San Francisco. Meets 
at the call of the President. Dr. EC. 
Sewall, President; D. V. Cowdan, Secre- 
tary, Ibis Building. 

State Floral Society, 852 Grove street. 
Meets second Friday of each month. 
Mrs H. Plath, President; Mrs. Henry 
P. Tricou, Secretary. 

State of Maine Association of Cali- 
fornia. Meets first Saturday in Junf- 
Officers for 1907-08— President, 1 \ A. 
Perkins, 1415 Geary street; First-V ce- 
President J. L. Fields; Second Vice- 
President.' S. D. Waterman; Secretary. 
Morton H. G. Smith. Treasurer N. C. 
Kendall; Executive Committee: Mrs S. 
C Manson, Mrs. S. H. Parsons, Mrs. 
Ena F. Kendall, Mrs. H. J. Shorey, Mrs. 



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S Hopkin? M' W. Mcintosh F. W. 
Shores, A. M. Grant, F. W. Thaxler. 

The Family, 1900 Franklin street. Wil- 
liam Matlock, Manager. 

Town and Country Club, 1916 Frank- 
lin street. Mrs. William Mintzer, Presi- 
dent- Mrs. L. L. Baker, Vice-President; 
Mrs. Edward Barron, Secretary. 

Transportation Club, The. Flood 
Building. 

Triton Boating 1 and Swimming Club. 
Beach, near Larkin street. 

Union league Club, The, 1801 Frank- 
lin street. 

University Club, 1815 California street. 
Warren Olnev, Jr., President; J. U. 
Bowie, Secretary. Meets fourth Tuesday 
of each month. 

University of California Club, 2235 
Washington street. Thomas S. Molloy, 
President; Alfred C. Skaife, Secretary. 

Verein Eintracht. Meets at 82* Florida 
street every Tuesday and Friday. Bern- 
ard Dreyer, President; Charles Wede- 
meyer, Secretary; Bernhard W. Jaehne, 
Manager. 

Veterans' Odd Fellows' Association. 
John Thompson, President; William H. 
Barnes, Treasurer, 1999 Post street. 

Veteran Firemen's Association of San 
Francisco. Is a social and charitable or- 
ganization. Headquarters, 621 Hermann 
street. Organized November 30, 1898. 
Incorporated June 10, 1899. The mem- 
bership is composed of exempt ana act- 
ive members of the San Francisco Fire 
Department. Regular meetings the first 
Tuesday of each month. Regular meet- 
ings of Board of Directors third Tues- 
day of each month at 621 Hermann 
street. President, Richard Cox; Vice- 
Presidents, J. R. Lawson, J. T. Winter; 
P C Hensiey. Recording Secretary; b. 
G Drummond, Financial Secretary; 
Richard J. Courtier, Treasurer. 

Veteran Volunteer Fireman's Associa- 
tion of California. Meets second Tues- 
day of each month at 1656 Ellis street. 
Stephen Bunner, President; P. E. Mc- 
Carthy, Recording Secretary. 

Veterans of the California Hundred 
and Battalion, 444 California street. 
Composed of the survivors of the 500 
men who enlisted in California, paid 
their fare East and served in the Second 
Massachusetts Cavalry, as members of 
the California Hundred and California 
Cavalry Battalion. C. Mason Kinne, 
President; H. W. Mortimer, Secretary. 

Woman's Educational and Industrial 
Union. Meets every third Wednesday at 
1061 Laguna street. Miss Clara M. 
Trouette, Manager. ..__.,.. . 

Vale Alumni Association of California. 
John Shepard Wells, Secretary. 



San Francisco County Union. Mrs. 
Alice E. Bradley, President; Mrs. A. M. 
McCroskey, Vice-President; Mrs. R. R. 
Sherman, Recording Secretary; Mrs. 
Fannie Gilmore, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Mrs. Evalina Clarke, Treasurer. 
Local Unions. 

Central. Mrs. S. B. McCoy, President; 
Mrs. A. Burgess, Secretary. Meets at 
the home of the members, 

Francis E. Willard. Mrs. M. F. Gilley, 
President; Mrs. Sadie Bitley, Secretary. 
Meets at Unity Presbyterian Church. 

Eureka Valley. Mrs. Florence Haatell. 
President; Mrs. Hooke, Secretary. Meets 
at Olivet Congregational Church first and 
third Tuesday of each month. 

Richmond. Mrs. Evalina Clarke, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. R. R. Sherman, Secretary. 
Meets at home of members. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

MARINE TEMPEBANCE SOCIETY. 

Meetings are held at the Mariners 
Church, corner of Sacramento and 
Drumm streets, on the second Tuesday 
of every month at 7:30 p. m. Rev. 
Joseph Rowell, President; Henry F. 
Eden, Secretary. 

WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPEBANCE 
UNION. 

State Officers — Mrs. B. Sturdevant Peet, 
President; Mrs. Addie Estes, Recording 
Secretary; Miss Anna E. Chase, Corre- 
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Alcazar — Southwest corner Sutter and 
Steiner streets. 

American — Market street, near Sev- 
enth street. 

Central — 1191 Market street. 
Chutes — Fulton street, between Tenth 
and Eleventh avenues. 

Colonial — McAllister and Leavenworth 
streets. 

Empire — Sutter and Steiner streets. 
Globe — 2745 Mission street. 
Lyceum — Twenty-ninth and Mission 
streets. • 

Mission — Corner Twenty-second and 
Mission streets. 

National — Northwest corner Post and 
Steiner streets. 

Novelty — Fillmore and Steiner streets. 
Orpheum — South side Ellis, between 
Fillmore and Steiner streets. 

Princess — South side Ellis, between 
Fillmore and Steiner streets. 

Valencia Theater — Valencia, near Thir- 
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Van Ness — Van Ness avenue and 
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Wigwam — 2547 Mission street. 

BESOBTS. 
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Cliff House and Seal Bocks — Termina- 
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Glen Park (Mission Zoo) — Chenery and 
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Golden Gate Park — Between Fulton 
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Harbor View Park — Jefferson, near 
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Ingleside Coursing Park — Ocean ave- 
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Museum of Academy of Sciences — 
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Sutro Baths — Cliff avenue, near Cliff 
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According to the method adopted ,,, tins nty '"^''^^'Z^Z^d the water'front for~all street, running 
on all streets running from it in a nor «";«"'-'; , '.^ , s u, dl streets not commencing a,. Market Street or the 
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north arc Sutter, Bush Pine ete, Therefore ™jg2S$gg£^Jgg&£2 200 and 30fl g from M. to Jta 

jg-S*-5 ff J^^^S^ MEiTS courle at that pointly a public square, cemetery. 

^3fcri£SL» localities referred to , in ^Street ^^^^^%^V&"$Z1. 
side of , Mission Street between .Silver -nni ^^^^^^^^ B^,C^ ^ \^^^ 

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aIK l San Miguel Kane,,,; t ollege Inmost c d V r ' m ,^" c , ^Thirtieth Street and west of Mission Street lslals 

Bruno and Ruuroarl Aven^PjesKl.0^ LWy Um ,. 1{i ,,,„ m)nii Idstrict, west „t First 



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near the County Line; Sunuysidc west ,,l s.tu us, \ n. ,, , |(l|l „ B u ,.„ |,, tu ,,. n Forty-cghll, 

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Avenue and the ocean; University Hoi, >'*•'■ ' ., ,. t i/ m ,. ; West End Homestead, north and 

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A. from First Av bet Point Lohos Av 
and B W to the ocean. For Nos. 
see Clement 
Cross Sts. N =• 

First Avenue - } 

Second 100 101 

ThW " : 308 201 

Fourth " 300 301 

Fifth " ... 400 401 

Sixth " i ". 500 501 

Seventh » 300 801 

Eighth • 700 70 

Ninth 80° 801 

Tenth " 900 901 

FJeventh" 1000 1001 

Twelfth " 1100 1101 

A South, from Fifth Av South S W to 

County Line 
Aberdeen (closed), W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Academy, from Fab-mount nr Chenery, 

S to Charles 
Acadia (Sunnvside), from Circular Av 
nrSan Jose Av N to pt nr Mangels 



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Acton (West End Homestead), from 
Mission nr County Line 

Ada Alley, from Ada Court ar 1 1' Farrell 

Ada Court, from N s 0' Farrell bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde 

Adair, from W s Howard bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth, W to Capp 

Adaline (Glen Pack Terrace) from 
Diamond S E to Moreland 

Adam (Bernal Heights), from Army 
bet San Bruno Av and Holladay 
Av, S to Eve 

Addison, from Bcmis \V to Castro 

Adela, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Adelaide Place, from W s Taylor bet 

Geary and Post 
Adele Alley, from N s Jackson bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Adler, from E s Montgomery Av bet 

Pacific and Broadway, W to 

Dupont 
Agate Alley, from N s Post bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Aider's Court, S s Filbert bet Buchanan 

and Webster 
Aileen Avenue, from N s Fifteenth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 



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Uameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 h01 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 S01 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Armv. 1500 1501 

Precita Avenue 1600 1601 

Montcalm — — 17 01 

Norwich 1700 

Rutledge Avenue 

Ripley 1800 1801 

Waltham... 

Esmeralda Avenue I e) (e) 

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Alamo Square, bet Steiner, Scott, Hayes 

and Fulton 
Alaska (South S. F.), from the bay S to 

India Basin 
Alaska Place, from W s Mason bet Bay 

and North Point 
Albany, from Flint W to Masonic Av 
Albert (closed), W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Albert Alley (now Albert Lane), from 
W E Dolores bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 
Alberta (Reis Tract) between Ervine 
and Surman, from Campbell Av 
N to Wilde Av 
Albion Avenue, from S s Fifteenth bet 
Valencia and Guerrero, S to Seven- 
teenth 
Alcatraz (late Chase), from Islais Creek 

S to Hecker 
Alder (Reis Tract), from Ankeny S to 

Harkness Av 

Alder Alley, from S s Twenty-first bet 

Guerrero and Fair Oaks, S to 

Twenty-third 

Aldlne, from North Stanvan bet Turk 

and McAllister, to Willard North 

Alemany, from N s Seventeenth bet 

Dolores and Church 

Alemany Avenue (Academy Tract), N 

W of Mission, from Tingley S W 

Alexander Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 

Tract) from San Bruno Av E and 

N E bo Nueva Av 

Alger Place, from E s First bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Algeria (South S. F.). See Eighteenth 

Av South 
Alice, from S s Folsom bet Third and 

Fourth 
Alice Alley. See Agate Alley 
Alleghany (South S. F.). See A South 
Allen, from W s Hvdc bet Union and 

Filbert 
Allison, from Mission nr County Line 
Alma Avenue, from Belvedere nr 

Grattan, W to Stanyan 
Alms House Road, from Corbett Av nr 
Stanford Heights Av, N W to 
Dewey Boulevard opposite Alms 
House 
Alpha (Reis Tract) west of San Bruno, 

north to Wilde Av 
Alpine (late Emma), from point N of 
Dubose Av W of Castro, S to 
Fourteenth 
Alta, from W s Sansome bet Union and 
Filbert to point W of Montgomery 
Alta Alley, from Seward nr Douglass, S 
m W to View Av 
Alta Plaza, bet Steiner, Scott, Clay and 

Jackson 
Alta Vista, from N s Vallejo bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Alvarado, from W s San Jose Av bet 
Twenty-second and Twenty-third, 
W to View Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero (c) (c^ 

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Castro 600 

Diamond (c) (c) 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

View Avenue (e) (e) 

Amador (South S. F.), from the bay S 

of Islais to First Av South 
Amazon (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Mission nr County Line 
Amherst (University Homestead), from 
S 6 Silver Av bet Princeton and 
Yale 
Anderson (Bernal Heights), from S s 
Esmeralda Av bet Ellsworth and 
Moultrie 



Andover Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from S e Esmeralda Av W of 
Moultrie 
Angelica, from S Nineteenth bet Valen- 
cia and Guerrero 
Ankeny (Reis Tract) from Cowden E 

to Sparta 
Ankeny Place, from E s Powell bet 

Sutter and Bush 
Anna Lane, from N s Eddy bet Powell 

and Mason, N to Ellis 
Annie, from S s Market bet New Mont- 
gomery and Third, S E to Mission 
Anthony. See New Anthony. 
Antonio, from W s Jones bet Ellis and 

O'Farrell 
Apollo (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 

Av S to Williams Av 
Arago, N W of San Jose Av from Pauld- 
ing S W to Havelock 
Arbor (Fairmount Tract), from Dia- 
mond to Sussex 
Arch (City Land Association Tract), W 

of San Jose Av nr County Line 
Argentine (South S. F.). See Forty- 
third Av South 
Arizona (South S. F.), from the bay, 

S to India Basin 
Arkansas, from Sixteenth bet Connec- 
ticut and Wisconsin, S to Tulare 
Arleta Avenue (Reis Tract) bet Teddy 
and Raymond Avs, from San 
Bruno Av, W to Fay 
Arlington (Fairmount Tract), from 
Charles bet Mission and Chenery, 
S W to pt W of Natick 
Arlington Avenue (Lake View), from 
Lake View Av W of Jules Av, N to 
Ocean Av 
Army, from the bay S of Twenty-sixth 

W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois 900 901 

Kentucky 1000 1001 

Tennessee 1100 1101 

Minnesota 1200 1201 

Indiana 1300 1301 

Iowa 1400 1401 

Pennsylvania Avenue . . . 1500 1501 

Mississippi 1600 1601 

Texas 1700 1701 

Missouri 1800 1801 

Connecticut 1900 1901 

Arkansas 2000 2001 

Wisconsin 2100 2101 

Carolina 2200 2201 

DeHaro 2300 2301 

Rhode Island 2400 2401 

Kansas 2500 2501 

Vermont 2600 2601 

San Bruno Avenue 2700 2701 

Adam 

Anns St North 

Holladay Avenue ■ 2801 

York 2900 

Precita Avenue 2901 

Bryant 

Florida 3000 3001 



Harrison 3100 3101 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Mission 3400 3401 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3500 3501 

San Jose Avenue 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Arsenius, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 
Creek 

Ash Avenue, from W s Larkin bet Ful- 
ton and McAllister, W to Buchanan 



Cross Sts. 

Larkin '. . . 2 

Poli 100 

Van Ness Avenue 200 

Franklin (c) 

Cough (c) 

Octavia 600 out 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Ashburton Place, from E s Grant Av 
bet Post and Sutter 

Athbury, from Fulton bet Masonic Av 
and Clayton, S to Corbett Av 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Fulton 2 

Grove 100 



N.I S. 

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100 101 
200 201 

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200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

600 601 
701 



Waller 700 

Frederick 800 801 

Sixteenth 900 

Clayton 

Seventeenth 1000 1001 

Clarendon Av and Carmel 

Eighteenth 1100 ■ 

Corbett Avenue (e) (e) 

Astor, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Athens (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Madison to Amazon 
Auburn, from N s Jackson bet Mason 

and Taylor, N to Pacific 
August Alley, from N s Green bet 

Powell and Mason, N to Union 
Augusta, from E s San Bruno Av nr 

Silver Av 
Austin Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 

Bush and Pine, W to Octavia 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia (e) (e) 

Automobile Boulevard, from Ocean Av 
HJ S nr Ingleside Race Track 
Avalon Avenue, formerly Japan Av 
a. fcsj( Excelsior Homesteadj from Lis- 
** bon bet China and India Avs 
Avery, from N s Geary bet Fillmore 

and Steiner, N to Post 
Avoca, from Lincoln Av bet Thirty- 
first and Thirty-second 
Azores (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
ninth Av South 
Aztec (Bernal Heights), from Coso Av 

E to Shotwell 
B, from First Av S of A, W to the 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

First Avenue 2 1 

Second " 100 101 

Third " 200 201 

Fourth " 300 301 

Fifth " 400 401 

Sixth " 500 501 

Seventh " 600 601 

Eighth " 700 701 

Ninth " 800 S01 

Tenth " 900 901 

Eleventh " 1000 1001 

Twelfth " 1100 1101 

For Nos.West of Twelfth see Clement 
B South, from Third Av South S W to 

County Line 
Bache (Bernal Heights), from S s Cres 
cent Av bet Andover Av and 
Porter 
Bacon (University Homestead), from 
La Grande Av E to Cambridge and 
from University to San Bruno Av 
bet Wayland and Burrows 
Bacon Place (late Quincy Place), from 
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Baden, from Circular Av W to point 

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Badger (Spring Valley Homestead), 

from Springdale W of Cotta Av 
Bagley Place, from N s O'Farrell bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Bahama (South S. F.). See Eighth 
Av South . , 

Baker, from N s Haight bet Broderick 

and Lyon, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. B. W. 

Haight 2 1 

Pag f 100 10 

Oak 200 (o) 

Fell 300 301 

Hayes'.'.'.:.: 400 401 

Grove 500 601 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister 700 701 

Golden Gate Avenue.... 800 801 

Turk W (°) 

Calvary Cemetery 

Geary 1300 1301 

Port 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine 1"00 1"01 

California 1800 180 

Sacramento 1900 190 

day 2000 2001 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Avenue 2300 230 

Broadway 2400 240 

Valleio 2500 2501 

Green 2600 2601 

Union. 2700 2701 

Filbert 2800 2801 

arts*.:: ::::::: "'.mm 2901 

Lombard 3000 300 

Chestnut 3100 310 

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NorthPoint 3400 3401 

Beach 3500 3501 

Jefferson.'.: 3600 3601 

TonoTm..: W» 3™} 

Lewis (j) , ( e ) 

Baker Avenue (South S. F.), E of San 

Bruno Av nr Islais Creek 
Balance, from N s Jackson bet Sansome 

and Montgomery, N to Gold 
Baldwin Court, from N s Folsom bet 

Fremont and First 
Balmy, from S s Twenty-fourth bet 
Harrison and Treat Av, S to 
Twenty-fifth 
Banks (Bernal Heights), from Esmer- 
alda Av bet Prentiss and Folsom 
Bannam Place, from N s Green bet 
Dupont and Stockton, N to Lnion 
Barbadoes (South S. F.). See Thirty- 
ninth Av South 
Barneveld Avenue (late Railroad Av), 
from Islais Creek S to Silver Av 
Barry, from W s San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Bartlett, from S s Twenty-first bet 
Mission and Valencia, S to Army 
Cross Sis. W. E 

Twenty-first 2 1 

Twenty-second 100 101 

Twenty-third 200 201 

Twenty- fourth 300 301 

Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Twenty-sixth 500 501 

Army (e) (e) 

Bartlett Alley, from N s Jackson bet 

Kearny and Dupont, N to Pacific 

Bartol, from Broadway bet Sansome 

and Montgomery, to point N of 

Vallejo 

Battery, from N s Market bet Front and 

Sansome, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Bush 2 1 

Pine 100 101 

California 200 201 



Hnlleck _, „., 

Sacramento 300 301 

Commercial 

Clay 400 401 

Merchant 

Washington 500 J>01 

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Pacific 700 701 

W S Si 

Green 1000 1001 

Commerce 7~~ 

Union HOO 1101 

Filbert.'::::.: 1200 1201 

Greenwich 1300 1301 

Lombard W (<0 

Bauer (Academy Tract), from N W s 
Mission nr Norton 

Bay, from the bay bet Francisco and 
North Point, W to Presidio Reser- 
vation 

Cross Sis. N- B. 

East North 2 1 

Kearny 50 51 

Grant Avenue 100 101 

Midway ~™ 

Stockton 200 20 

Powell 300 301 

Mason 400 401 

Taylor 



600 601 



Montgomery Avenue 

Leavenworth 700 701 

Hvde 800 801 

Larkin..: 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue....... (o) 1101 

Franklin (o) 1201 

Gough o 30 

Octavia (o) 140 

Laguna 1500 (o) 

Buchanan 1600 (o) 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Steiner 1900 1901 

Pece. :.:.:: 2000 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devisadero 2200 2201 

Broderick 2300 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon W ( e ) 

Bay Shore Avenue (Bay Shore Tract) 
from point nr San Bruno Av to 
point nr County Line 
Bay View (late Parnassus Av), from 
W s Railroad Av at Eighteenth 
Av South 
Bay View Place, from N s Union bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
Beach, from the bay bet North Point 
and Jefferson, W to Presidio Reser- 
vation 
Cross Sis. N. 8. 

Grant Av and E North . 2 1 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Mason 300 301 

Tavlor 400 401 

Jones 500 50 

Leavenworth 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue .... ■ 

Hvde 700 701 

Larkin 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue — ... (c) (c) 
d.'wrnment Reservation 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1501 

Webster 1600 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Steiner 1800 1801 

Pierce 1900 1901 

Scott 2000 2001 

Devisadero 2100 2101 

Broderick 2200 2201 

Baker 2300 2301 

Lyon ■ (e) (e) 



Beacon (Fairmount Tract), from Castro 

S of Thirtieth 
Beale, from S s Market bet Mam and 

Fremont, S E to the bay 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Beale Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 (o) 

Brannan (e) (e) 

Beale Place, from E s Beale and W s 

Main bet Folsom and Harrison 
Beaver, from W s Noe bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth, W to Castro 
Bedford Place, from N s Jackson bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Beldeman, from N s Ellis bet Scott and 

Devisadero N to O'Farrell 
Belcher, from S s Duboce Av bet 
Church and Sanchez, S to Four- 
teenth 
Belcher Court, from S s Fourteenth bet 

Church and Sanchez 
Belden, from N s Bush bet Montgomery 

and Kearny, N to Pine 
Belgrave Avenue (Clarendon Heights), 
from Lincoln Av N of Clarendon 
Av W to Stanyan 
Bellair Place, from N s Chestnut bet 
Grant Avenue and Stockton, N to 
Francisco 
Bellevue, from Elirabeth W of Hoff- 
man Av, S to Thirtieth 
Bellevue Avenue, S E of Mission nr 

County Line 
Belmont Avenue, from Sunset Av nr 

Willard S E to Woodland Av 
Belmont Place, from E s Seventh bet 

Bryant and Brannan 
Belvedere, from S s Waller bet Clayton 
and Cole, S to Frederick and from 
Parnassus Av S to Carmel 
Bemis (Fairmount Tract), from Beacon 

Bennington (Bernal Heights), from 

junction North Av and Eugenia 

Av S to East Av 
Benton Avenue I Bernal Heights), from 

W s Andover Av S of Crescent Av 
Bergin Alley, from W s Hyde bet Bay 

and North Point 
Berkeley Avenue (now Treat Av), from 

Precita Av bet Folsom and Har- 



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Berlin (University Homestead), from 
Silver Av bet Girard and Goet- 
tingen S 
Bermuda (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
fourth Av South 
Bernal (now ShotweU), from Twenty- 
sixth nr Howard, S to Precita Av 
Bernal Avenue (Bernal Heights), from 
Coso Av nr California Av E to 
ShotweU 
Bernard, from W s Taylor bet Pacific 
and Broadwav, W to Leavenworth 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Taylor 2 1 

Jones 100 101 

Leavenworth (e) (e) 

Bernice, from S s Twelfth bet Folsom 

and Harrison, S W to Thirteenth 

Berry, from the bav bet King and 

Channel, S W to De Haro 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Second 2 1 

Third 100 101 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth 300 301 

Sixth 400 401 

Seventh 500 501 



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Berry Place dale Martin), from W a 

Mary Lane bet Sutter and Bush W 

to Grant Av 
Bessie Avenue, extension of Preeita 

Av from Folsom W to Montezuma 
Beta, (Reis Tract) from Leland Av N 

to Harkness Av 
Beulah, from Cole bet Waller ami 

Frederick, W to Stauyan 
Bigelow, W of San Bruno Av nr County 



Islais 



Brady, from S s Market bet Twelfth and 
Valencia, S E to West Mission 

Brady Place. See Rockland 

Brannan, from the buy bet Bryant and 
Townsend, S W to Potrcro Av 



Cross Sis. 



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Biggs, E of San Brut 

Creek 

Billings Place (now Napier Al), from 
N s Filbert bet Sansome and 
Montgomery 
Birch Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 

Grove and Fulton, W 
Cross »s. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk W (c) 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Cough (c) (c) 

Octavia 500 .'.01 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Bird Avenue, E from Dearborn Place 

bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Bismarck, from San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Bixbee. See Byxbee 
Blackstone, from Franklin bet Green- 

' wich and Lombard 
Blaine (Bernal Heights, now Eugenia 
Av), from Prentiss nr Cortland Av 
Blake (late Feme), from Laurel Hill 
Cemetery bet Collins and Cook S to 
St Rose's 
Blanche Alley, from point N of Twenty- 
third bet Vicksburg and Sanchez 
S to Elizabeth 
Bluxome. from W s Fourth bet Bran- 
nan and Townsend, W to Sixth 
Boardman Place, from S s Bryant bet 
Sixth and Seventh, S E to Brannan 
Boise (Bernal Heights, now Peralta 
Av), from S s Powbattan nr Holla- 
day Av 
Bolivia (South S. F.). See Forty-ninth 

Av South 
Bond, from E s Mission bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth to Glen Park \v 
Bond Alley, from S s Greenwich bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Bone Alley. See Green Place. 
Bonita, from W s Polk bet \nllejo and 

Green 
Boston Place, from E s First bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Bosworth, from W s Mission S of 

Crescent Av 
Bourbin Place, from N s Eddy bet 

Steiner and Pierce, N to Ellis 
Bourbon. E of San Bruno Av nr Pre- 
eita Creek 
Bourne, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Boutwell (South S. ¥.), from Islais 

Creek, S to Augusta 
Bow (Reis Tract), from Hamlin N to 

Huyt 
Bowdoin G'niversity Homestead), from 

S s Silver Av W of Hamilton 
Bowie Avenue, from E s Eleventh bet 

Howard and Folsom 

Bowles Place (now Tonniugsen Place), 

from W s Howard bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth 

Boyce, from Laurel Hill Cemetery bet 

Cook and Tarker Av S to St. Hose's 

Boyd, from Chesley bet Harrison and 

Bryant 
Boylston, from S s Rickard W of Mer- 
rill to Silver Av 
Bradford (Bernal Heights), from Es- 
meralda Av E of Carver. S to 
Crescent Av . 



800 801 
900 901 



Fremont 100 101 

First 200 201 

Dover 

.lapan 

Second ... 300 301 

Stanford 

Center Place 

Third M0 401 

Ritch 

Zoe 

Fourth 500 5»1 

Fifth 600 001 

Sixth 700 701 

Harriet 

Geneva 

Boardman Place 

Gilbert... 

Seventh 

l.angtun.. 

Eighth . 

Ninth 1000 1001 

Potrero Av (e) (e) 

Brannan Place, from S s Brannan bet 
Sixth and Seventh 

Brazil Avenue (Excelsior Homestead). 
from Mission S of China Av 

Brenham Place, from N s Clay bet 
Kearny and Grant Av N to Wash- 
ington 

Brewery Alley. Sec Enterprise 

Brewster (Bernal Heights), from Rut- 
ledge Av S W to Esmeralda Av 

Bridge Place, from S s Broadway bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Bright (City Land Association Tract), 
W of San Jose Av nr County Line 

Brighton Avenue (Lake View), from 
Lake View Av N to Ocean Av 

Britton, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Broad (Railroad Homestead), W of San 

Jose Av nr County Line 
Broad's Place, from N s Bush bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Broadway, from the bay bet Pacific and 

Vallejo, W to Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

fmS^.'.'. .'.'.'.'. ...'■'.'■'■'■'■ 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Stevens Alley - 

Sansome 300 301 

Ohio Place 

Bartol 

Montgomery 400 401 

Rowland 

Kearny 500 501 

Pinckney Place 

Montgomerv Avenue.. . . 

Grant Avenue 600 601 

Pacific Alley 

Duncan's Court 

Stockton 700 701 

Virginia Place 

Church Avenue — — 

Powell 800 801 

Scott Place 

Mason 900 901 

Salmon ' 

Himmelman Place 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Jones "00 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Morse Place 

Bridge Place 

Hyde 1300 1301 

Mbrreil Place ■ 

Larkin 1400 1401 

Polk . . . . 1500 1501 



Van Ness Avenue 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavia 1900 1901 

Laguna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webster 2200 2201 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Devisade.o 2700 2701 

Broderick 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon..... (e) (e) 

Broderick, from N s Waller bet Dev- 
isadero and Baker, N to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. V 

Waller 2 1 

Haight 100 101 

Pag? 200 201 

Oak 300 301 

Fell 400 401 

Haves 500 501 

drove 600 601 

Fulton: 700 701 

McAllister 800 801 

Golden Gate Avenue 900 901 

Turk 1000 1001 

Eddy...! HOO 1101 

Ellis. 1200 1201 

O'Farrell 1300 1301 

Geary 1400 1401 

Garden Avenue 

Post 1500 1501 

Sutter 1600 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Pino 1800 1801 

California....: 1900 1901 

Sacramento 2000 2001 

Clay 2100 2101 

Washington 2200 2201 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2500 2501 

Vallejo.." 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

Filbert.':: 2900 2901 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Francisco 3300 3301 

Ba V 3400 3401 

North Point 3500 3501 

Beach 3600 3601 

Jefferson 3700 3701 

lomiuin 3800 3801 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Bronte (Bernal Heights), from S s 

Cortland Av bet Bradford and 

Putnam 

Brook, from W s Mission nr Cortland Av 

Brooklyn Place, from S s Sacramento 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Brooklyn Place, from S s Sacramento 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Brosnan, from W s Valencia bet 
Thirteenth and Fourteenth, W to 
Guerrero 
Brown, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Brown'l Alley, N from McAllister bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Bruce Avenue (Lake View), from Har- 
old Av E 
Bruce Place, from Harrison Av nr tol- 

Brunswick (West End Homestead), S 
E of Mission nr County Line 

Bryant, from the bay bet Harrison and 
Braanan, S W to Eleventh, thence 
S to Army 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Spear 2 1 

Beale'::::::::::::::::: 100 101 

Fremont 200 201. 

First 300 301 



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Rineon Place 
Stanly Place . 



Second 400 

Center Place 

Third 500 

Ritcb 

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Fourth.:::: «oo «n 

Fifth.. 700 701 

Oak Grove Avenue 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth S00 801 

Harriet — 

Boardman Place 

&Sh,':::: .:"':~uoo 901 

Langton 

Chesley 

Victor 

Kate 

Decatur — ~~ , M „ 

Eighth 1000 1001 

^X 66 ::::::::::::::!^ uoi 

Te°nth.::::::::::::::::i2oo 1201 

• hmiper W E. 

Fieventh 1300 1301 

Division 1400 1401 

Uameda 1500 1501 

Fifteenth 1600 1001 

Sixteenth 1700 1701 

Seventeenth 1800 1801 

Mariposa 1900 I' 111 ' 

Eighteenth 2000 2001 

Nineteenth 2100 2101 

Twentieth 2200 2201 

Bryant Terrace 

Twenty-first 2300 2301 

Twenty-second 2400 2401 

Twenty-third 2500 2501 

Twenty-fourth 2600 26D1 

Twenty-fifth 2700 2701 

Twenty-sixth 2800 2801 

Army (e) W 

Bryant Avenue (now Bryant Street), 
from Division S to Army 

Bryant Court, bet First and Second, 
Bryant and Harrison 

Bryant Terrace, from W a Hryant bet 
Twentieth and Twenty-first 

Buchanan, from N s Market and Thir- 
teenth bet Laguna and Webster. 
N to the bay 



California 2100 2101 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clav 2300 2301 

Washington 2400 2401 

l-,ck«on 2500 2.501 

Pacific (venue 2000 2601 

liroadwav 2700 2701 

vSkjo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

union": ".:.: 3000 3001 

Filbert.::.: 3100 3101 

f^Jr^.::::::::^ 3201 

£S&~::::::".iS 3301 

Chestnut W W 

I obos Square... ....... 3(ioo ^ 

North Print "00 3701 

] tl .. ic h 3800 3S01 

Uorson" 3900 3901 

Tonnrin..: 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Buchanan Alley. See Maiden Alley. 
Buckman, from N s Fifteenthth E of 

Dolores 
Buena Vista (Bernal Heights), from 
Coso Av bet Elsie and North Av, 
S W to Cortland At 
Buena Vista Avenue (late Park Road), 

surrounding Buena Vista Park 
Buena Vista Park, S of Haight bet 

Broderick and Central Av 
Buena Vista Square, bet Twentieth. 
Twenty-first, Vermont and Utah 
Bulah. See Buelah 
Burcham Place, from W s Leavenworth 

bet Golden Gate Av and Turk 
Burgoyne Place, from S s Pacific bet 

Leavenworth and Hvde 
Burnett Place, from N a Buei bel 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Burns Place, W a Seventh N ol 

Folsom 

Burnside (Reis Tract), from Harkness 

Av N to Ankeny 
Burnside Avenue, from Glen Av S 

across Berkshire to Mangels Av 

Burritt from S s Hush bel Stockton 

and Powell 
Burrows (University Homestead), from 

W s Charter Dak Av s ot Felton 
Bush, from N s Market bet Sutter and 

Pine, W to Central Av 



Webster.. 2100 2100 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Sterner 2300 2301 

Pierre ...2400 2401 



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Devisadero . 
Broderick. . 

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,2600 2601 

.2700 2701 

2800 2801 

2900 2901 

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Presidio Avenue 
Bush Street Place, from N s Bush bet 

Powell and Mason 
Butler Avenue (Bernal Heights, now 

F'olsom), from Esmeralda Av bet 

Banks and Gates, S to Cortland 

Av 
Butte (now Nineteenth), from the bay 

bet Eighteenth and Twentieth, W 

to Harrison 
Byington Avenue, from W s Webster 

bet Ellis and O'FarTell, W to 

Fillmore 
Byrne, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Byron (Bernal Heights, now Brewster). 

from Isabel S W to Rutledge Av 
Byxbee (Citv Land Association Tract), 

\V of San Jose Av nr County Line 
C from First Av S of B, W to the ocean 
N. S. 



Cross St*. 

Market and Duboee Av 

Hermann 

Waller 

Laussat Avenue 
Haight 



Lily Avenue 



Hickory Avenu 

FeU 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 

Ivy Avenue 



700 701 
S01 



Grove. 800 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 900 901 

Ash Avenue — — - 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue .1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1400 1401 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Clarence Court 

Gearv 1600 1601 

Post:...... 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Pine 2000 2001 



Burnett Place — - 

Montgomery 300 301 

Trinity 

Russ Alley 

Belden ~~7: 

Kearny... 400 401 

St. George Alley 

Clara Lane ■ . 

Mary Lane 

Grant Avenue 501 

Chatham Place.. — — 

Stockton 600 601 

Burritt. 

Monroe 

Chelsea Place —— 

Powell . 700 701 

Bush Street Place ... ■ 

Mason 800 801 

Tavlor .900 901 

Jones . 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Hyde . 1200 1201 

Broad's Place — — 

Larkin 1300 130 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough ...1700 1701 

Otavia! 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan .2000 2001 



>SIS. 

First Avenue 

Second " 100 101 

Third " 200 '201 

Fourth " 300 301 

Fifth " 400 401 

Sixth " 500 501 

Seventh " 600 liol 

Eighth " 700 701 

Ninth " 800 K01 

Tenth " . .. 900 901 

Eleventh " ... 1000 1001 

Twelfth " HOO 1101 

For Nos. West of Twelfth see Clement 

C South, from Water Front S W to 
County Line 

Cabot (Bernal Heights, from Frali- 

conia Av N W to Peralta Av 

Cadell Alley, from N s Union bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Caine Avenue, bet San Jose and 
Majestic Avs, crossing Lake \ iew 
Av 
Calaveras (South S. F.), from the ba> 
bet Amador and Mendocino, \\ 
to First Av South 
Caledonia Alley, from Fifteenth bel 
Julian Av and Valencia, S t< 
Sixteenth 
Calhoun, from N s Green bet Sansoim 
and Montgomery. N to Unioi 
California, from junction Market am 
Drumm bet Pine and Sacramento 
W to Thirty-third \v 
CrimSts. N. S 

Market and Drumm 2 

Davis . 100 10 

Front 200 20 

Battery 300 

Sansmic 400 

LeidesdorfY 

Montgomery 500 

Spring 

Webb 

Kearny 600 

St. Mary's Place 

Quincy — - 

Grant Avenue 700 

Salina Place ... 

Grace Terrace. -- — 

Stockton 800 

ElUckLane 

Prospect Place 

Joice 

Miles Court 

PoweU 900 

Mason 1000 

('ashman 

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California— Continued 

Jones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Helen 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1000 1601 

Van Ness Avenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Cough 1900 1901 

Octavia 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Middle 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2500 2501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

1 levisadero 2800 2801 

liruderick 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Presidio Avenue 3200 (o) 

Walnut 3300 (oi 

Laurel 3400 (o) 

Locust 3500 (o) 

Spruce 3600 (o) 

Maple 3700 

Baker Avenue :... 3701 

Commonwealth Avenue 

Cherry 3800 

Jordan Avenue 3801 

Michigan " 

First " 3900 3901 

Second " 4000 4001 

Third " 4100 4101 

Fourth " 4200 4201 

Fifth " 4300 4301 

Sixth " 4400 4401 

Seventh " 4500 4501 

Eighth " 4600 4601 

Ninth " 4700 4701 

Tenth " 4800 4801 

Eleventh " 4900 4901 

Twelfth " 5000 5001 

Thirteenth" 5100 5101 

Fourteenth" 5200 5201 

Fifteenth " 5300 5301 

Sixteenth " 5400 5401 

Seventeenth Avenue 5500 5501 

Eighteenth " ....5600 5601 

Nineteenth " ....5700 5701 

Twentieth " ....5800 5801 

Twenty-first " ....5900 5901 

Twentv-second " ...6000 6001 

Twenty-third " ....6100 6101 

Twenty-fourth " ....6200 6201 

Twenty-fifth " ....6300 6301 

Twenty-six " ....6400 6401 

Twenty-seven " ....6500 6.501 

Twenty-eight " ....6600 6601 

Twentv-iunth " ...6700 6701 

Thirtieth " ....6800 6801 

Thirty-first " ....6900 6901 

Thirty-second " ....7000 7001 

Thirty-third " . . . . (E) (E) 

California Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from Coso Av bet Mission and 
Prospect Av, S W to Cortland Av 

California South, from First Av bet 
Clement and California, W to 
Fourth Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

First Avenue 2 1 

Second " 100 101 

Third " 200 201 

Cambridge, from S s Silver Av bet Yale 
and Oxford 

Camp, from W s Albion Av bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth, W to 
Guerrero 

Campbell (Reis Tract), bet Teddy and 
Wilde Avs, from Hoyt to Alpha 

Canal, from F" s Mission nr Silver Av 

Cannon. See Congdon 

Capitol Avenue, from Palmetto Av bet 
Plymouth and Orizaba Avs. N to 
Ocean Av 



Capp, from S s Fifteenth bet Howard 

and Mission, S to Serpentine Av 

Cross Sis. W E. 

Fifteenth 2 1 

Adah 



Sixteenth 100 101 

Seventeenth 200 201 

Eighteenth 300 301 

Nineteenth 400 401 

Twentieth 500 501 

Twenty-first 600 601 

Twentv-second 700 701 

Twenty-third 800 801 

Twenty-fourth 900 901 

Twenty-fifth 1000 1001 

Twenty-sixth 1100 1101 

Card Alley, from W s Stockton bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Carl, from Clayton S of Frederick, W to 

First Av 
Carlos, from S s O'Farrell bet Powell 

and Mason 
Carmel, from Ashbury bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth W 
Carmel ita (late Primrose), from Du- 
boee Park bet Pierce and Scott, N 
to Waller 
Carolina, from Alameda bet Wisconsin 

and De Haro, S to Tulare 
Caroline (now Harriet), from S s Folsom 

between Sixth and Seventh 
Caroline (now Dore), from S s Howard 

bet Ninth and Tenth 
Caroline Place, from E s Powell bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Carr, from Paul Av bet Railroad Av 

and Gould, S to Salinas Av 
Carrie, from Chenery opposite Castro 

S to Wilder 
Carson Avenue, from W s Douglas l»'t 
Nineteenth and Seward .N to Eagle 
Carter, W to San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Carthagena (South S. F.). See Forty- 
eighth Av South 
Carver (Bernal Heights), from Es- 
meralda Av S to Powhattan 
Case, from W of San Bruno Av nr head 

Islais Creek 
Caselli Avenue, from Douglass nr Nine- 
teenth to Corbett Av 
Castro, from S s Thirteenth W of Noe, 

S to Chenery 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Duboce Avenue 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henrv 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Tilden 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 300 301 

States 

Market 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Ninteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvara'do 1000 1000 

Twentv-third 1100 1101 

Elizabeth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 1300 1301 

Jersey 1400 1401 

Twenty-fifth 1500 1501 

Clipper 1600 1601 

Twenty-sixth 1700 1701 

Armv' 1800 1801 

Twenty-seventh 1900 1901 

Duncan 2000 2001 

Twenty-eighth 2100 2101 

Vallev 2200 2201 

Twenty-ninth 2300 2301 

Day 2400 2401 

Thirtieth 2500 2501 

Sussex 3000 

Surrey 3100 



Cayuga Avenue (West f'nd Tract), 

from Ocean Av W of Mission 
Cedar, from N s Clay bet Davisjand 

Front, N. to Washington _ • 
Cedar Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 
Geary and Post, W to Laguna 
(Some buildings are incorrectly 
numbered.) md» ' 

Cross Sis. N. *«, S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue (el (e) 

Franklin (c) (e) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia (400) 500 .501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Cedar Lane. See Clarion Alley 

Center (now Sixteenth), from the bay 

bet Fifteenth and Seventeenth, W 

to Harrison 

Center Place, from S s Bryant bet 

Second and Third, S to Brannan 

Central Avenue, from Buena Vista Av 

W. of Lyon N to Calvary Cemetery 

Cross Sis. B. W. 

Buena Vista Avenue 2 

Waller 50 51 

Haight 100 J, 101 

Page 2001201 

Oak (c)jl(c) 

Golden Gate Park 200 » 

Fell 400JI401 

Hayes 500 1(501 

Grove 60011601 

Fulton 700 701 

McAllister 800 801 

Golden Gate Avenue. ... 900 901 

Turk (c) (c) 

Calvary Cemetery 

Central Court, from S s Haight bet 

Gough and Octavia 
Central Place, from S 8 Pine bet Kearny 

and Grant Avenue 
Ceres (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 

AvSW to Williams Av 
Chambers, from E s Front bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Chambers Place. See Greenwich Place 
Channel, from the bav bet Berry and 

Hooper, S W to Eighth 
Chapultepec (Bernal Heights), now 
Winfield Avenue, from Coso Av 
bet Prospect Av and Elsie, S W to 
Cortland Av 
Charity, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Charles (Fairmount Tract), from W s 
Mission nr Highland Av, W to 
Chenery 
Charles Place, from N s Harrison bet 

Hawthorne and Second 
Charter Oak Avenue, from Islais (reek 
Eof San Bruno Av, S to Paul Tract 
Chase. See Commonwealth Av 
Chatham Place, from N s Bush bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Chattanooga, from S s Twenty-first bet 
Dolores and Church, S to Jersey 
Chelsea Place, from S s Bush bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Chenery (Fairmount Tract), from 
Thirtieth nr Church, S and S W 
Cherry, from Presidio Reservation bet 
Maple and First Av, S to California 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Presidio Reservation 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e> 

Cherubusco (Bernal Heights, now- 
Elsie), from Coso Av S W to 
Cortland At 
Chesley, from S s Harri.-on bet Seventh 

and Eighth, S E to Bryant 
Chestnut, from the bay bet Lombard 
and Francisco, W to " 
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Sansome 2 

Montgomery 100 

Winthrop — — 

Kearny 200 

Grant Avenue 300 

Bellair Place 

Stockton 400 

Chestnut Alley __ 



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City Hall Avenue (late Park Avenue), 
from S s McAllister nr Leaven- 
worth, S W to Larkin 
City Hall Place. See Brown's Alley 
City Hall Square. See Marshall Square 
Clairville Place. See Graham Place 
Clara, from W s Ritch bet Folsom 
and Harrison, W to Sixth. See 
Clary. 
Clara Avenue, from point nr Sixteenth 
W of Douglass, S to Eighteenth 
Clara Lane, from N s Sutter bet Kearny 

and Grant Av, N to Bush. 
Clarence Court, from E a Buchanan bet 

O'Farrcll and Geary 
Clarence Place, from N s Townsend bet 
Second and Third 



Leavenworth 900 901 

Hyde 1000 1001 

plfv 1206 1201 I Clarendon Avenue (Orr-ndon Heights). 

Van Ness Avenue . .' .' .' ! . 1300 1301 y^te»£3fS!SS± S * 

Franklin 1400 1401 



Gough 1500 1501 

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Laguna (o) 1701 

Buchanan DM I80j 

Webster 1900 190 

Fillmore 2000 2001 

Steiner 2100 2101 

P™e . 2200 2201 

sfott .:.'.:. 230° 2301 

Devisadero 2400 2401 

Broderick 2500 2oO 

Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon 00 00 

Chestnut Alley, from N s Chestnut bet 
Stockton and Powell 

China (Smith S. F.) from Water Front 
nr C South, to Third Av South 

China Avenue (Excelsior Homestead). 
See Excelsior Avenue 

Church, from Hermann bet Dolores 
and Sanchez, S to Thirtieth 

Cross SU. W E 

Hermann - J 

Duboce Avenue 100 101 

Reservoir 7" 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Market m/1 „„, 

Fifteenth 300 301 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Church Lane. . . 



500 501 



Dorland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Hancock ~~~ 

Ninteenth 700 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

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Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twen"y'-dJth'::::::::::i4oo 1401 

Twenty-seventh! 1500 1501 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 1601 



Twenty-ninth 1700 1701 

Day , , 

Thirtieth (<0 00 

Church Alley, from N s Washington bet 
Dupont and Stockton 

Church Avenue (late Noonan'-s Alley), 
from N s Broadway bet Stockton 
and Powell. N to Vallejo 

Church Lane, from W s Dolores bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth, W to 
Church 

Church Place (now Edith), from TV e 
Dupont bet Greenwich and Lom- 
bard 

Churchill Court. See Tiffany Place 

Circular Avenue (Sunnyside), from 
Joost Av and Diamond S W 



„nd W to point W of Sta . 
Clarion Alley (late Cedar Lane), from 
W B Mission bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth, W to Valencia 
Clark, from W s Drumm bet Jackson 

and Pacific, W to Front 
Clarke. See Clarkson. 
Clarkson (late Clarke), from Lincoln 
Av nr Thirtieth, W to Fowler Av 
Clary, from W s Ritch bet Folsom and 

Harrison, W to Sixth 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Ritch 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Hulbert Alley — 

Fifth 200 20 

Sixth 00 00 

Claussen Court (Fuirmount Tract), 
from Arlington bet Mateo and 
Miguel to S. P. R. R. 
Clay, from the bay bet Sacramento and 

Washington, W to First Av 
Cross Sis. N. 8. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Frcnt 300 301 

Battery 400 

Sansome 500 

Lcidesdorff -— : 

Montgomery 600 

Kearny 700 

Brenham Place 

Grant Avenue 800 

Waverly Place 

Spofford ~7~~ 

Stockton 900 901 

Clay Avenue 

Prospect Place 

Parker Alley „ ,„„, 

Powell..... 1000 1001 

Cremont Court. 

Tay 

Wetmore Court —~ 

Mason 1100 1101 

Verba Buena 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Reed 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Ton-ens Court — 7 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough 

Lafayette Park 

Laguna 22O0 2201 

Buchanan .....2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner 00 2601 

Pierce M 270 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devisadero ■ 2900 2901 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

3200 3201 



Presidio Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3MI1 

Cherry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Clay Avenue, from N s Clay bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Clayton, from Fulton bet Ashbury and 
Cole, S to Ashbury nr Seventeenth 
Cross Sis. E. W . 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes ?00 201 

FeU 00 (o) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Haight 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick 800 801 

Carl 850 (c) 

Parnassus Avenue 900 (e) 

Ashbury 00 00 

Clement, from First Av bet Toint Lobos 
Av and California, W to Forty- 
eighth Av 
Cross Sis. \ s - 

First Avenue ^Js ^JL 

Second " . . 




Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 



200 201 
300 301 
400 401 



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1000 1001 

1100 1101 

Thirteenth Avenue 1200 1201 

Fourteenth " 1300 1301 



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Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 

Nineteenth 

Twentieth 

Twenty-first 



1400 1401 

1500 1501 

1600 1601 

1700 1701 

1800 1801 

1900 1901 

2000 2001 



Twentv-second " 2100 

Twenty-third " 2200 2201 

Twenty-fourth" 2300 2301 

Twenty-fifth " 2400 2401 

Twenty-sixth " 2500 2501 

Tv.-entv-seve.nth" 2600 2601 

Twenty-eighth " 

Twentv-ninth 

Thirtieth 

Thirty-first 

Thirty-second 

Thirty-third 

Thirty-fourth 

Thirty-fifth 

Thirty-sixth 

Thirty-seventh 

Thirtv-eighth 

Thirty-ninth 

Fortieth 

Forty-first 

Forty-second 

Forth-third 

Forty-fourth 

Forty-fifth 

Forty-sixth 

Forty-seventh 



2700 

2800 2801 
2900 2901 
3000 3001 
3100 3101 
3201 
3301 
3401 
3501 
3601 
3701 
3801 
3901 
4001 
4101 
4201 
4301 
4401 
4501 
4601 



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Second 00 

Third 00 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Sixth M 

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Eighth 700 701 

Ninth... Ce) (e) 

Cleveland, from \\ s SIi.titkhi lid Fol- 
som and H:irris..ii. W to Seventh 
Cliff Avenue, from Point Lobos and 
Fortieth Avs Wand S\V to Ocean 
Boulevard 

Clinton (now Harriet), fn.ni Ss Bryant 
bet Sixth and Seventh, S E to nr 
Townsend 

Clinton Avenue (Glen l'ark Terrace). 
Let Hamilton and Lippard Avs 
from Glen Av S thence N E to 

Clinton Park, from E s Stevenson bet 
Thirteenth and Fourteenth, W to 
Dolores 

Clipper, from \V s Dolores bet Twenty- 
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100 101 
200 201 
300 301 
400 401 
500 501 
600 601 
Clover Avenue, from Eighteenth W of 

Clara Av, S to Caselli Av 
Clyde (late Liberty), from Lusk Alley 
bet Third and" Fourth, S t.. Town- 
send 
Codman Place, from S s Washington bet 

Powell and Mason 
Cohen Place, from S s Ellis bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 
Cole, from Fulton bet Clayton and 

Shrader. S to Eighteenth 
Cross Six. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

(hove . 100 101 

Hues 200 201 

Fell ■ W W 

Oak +00 401 

Pjure 500 501 

H-iight 000 001 

Waller.: -700 701 

Beulah... 

Frederick .800 801 

Carl ... 900 901 

I'.nr.ssus \\ 1000 1001 

(i'rattan .1100 1101 

Uma \vemie . 1200 1201 

Hivoli U'enue 1300 1301 

Seventeenth H00 1401 

Eighteenth .' .'''.'.. (el (e) 

College Avenue, fn.iu Mission bet St 

Mary's and lliehland Avs S and E 

College Avenue, now Bacon (University 

Homestead) 
Collingwood (late Sherman), from S 
s Seventeenth bet. Castro and Dia- 
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Seventeenth 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth. ..... 300 301 

Twenty-first 400 401 

Twenty-second (e) (e) 

Collini, from Laurel Hill Cemetery bet 
Wood and Blake S to St. Hose's 
Colorado, from the bay S to India Basia 
Colton, from Colton Place bet Market 
and West Mission W to Crocker 
Colton Court, from Colton Place bet 

Colton and West Mission W : 
Colton Place, from Colton bet Twelfth 

and Brady S to Colton Court 
Columbia Place (Bernal Heights, now 
Mabarna), from Precita Av S to 
Esmeralda Av 
Columbia Square, from S s Folsom bet 
Sixth and Seventh, SF. to Harrison 



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Colusa (now Army), From the ba3 bet 

Twenty -sixth and Marin, \V to 
Utah 

Commerce, fr.nn W s Front bet Green 
and Union, W to Batten 

Commercial, from the bay bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay. W to Dupont 



N. 



Cross Sts. 

East North 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sanson.. ... 500 501 

Lei 



600 601 

Kearny .700 701 

Grant Avenue (e) (rt 

Commonwealth Avenue (late Chase), 

from S s California bet Parker ami 

Jordan Avs S to Point Lobos Av 
Concord Avenue (West End Tract). 

from E s .Mission nr County Line 
Condon Avenue, S from Army bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Congdon (College Homestead), from 

Canal to Silver Ax- 
Congo (Sunnyside), from Circular Av 

N to Mangels Ax- 
Congress from Buena Vista Ay S \\ 
Conkling (South S. F.), from Silver 

Av nr Augusta 
Connecticut, from Sixteenth bet Mis- 
souri and Arkansas, S to Tulare 
Conrad (Glen Park) W of Diamond 

from Sussex N 
Converse, from N and S s Bryant bet 

Eighth and Ninth 
Cook, from Laurel Hill Cemetery bet 

Blake and Boyce S to St. Hose's 
Cooper Alley, from S s Jackson bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Copper Alley, from Falcon Av nr Eagle 

S W to Lincoln Ax- 
Cora, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Corbett Avenue, from Seventeenth and 

Clara Av S W to Ocean Av 
Corea (South S. ¥.). See Ninth Av 

South 
Cortez (Bernal Heights, now Itutle.lge 

Av), from Francnia Av, S W 
Cortland Avenue (Bernal Heights.. 

from Mission in- Thirtieth, E to 

San Bruno Av 
Coso Avenue t Bernal Heights), from 

Precita Av nr Mission, S E to 

North Ax- 
Costa, from Holla. lay Av nr Rutledgc 

Av, W to Brewster 
Costa Rica (South S. F.l. See Thirty- 
sixth Av South 
Cotta (Spring Valley Homestead), troll) 

Springdale W of Danton N 
Cottage Place, from E s Jones bet Geary 

and Post 
Cottage Row, from N s Sutter bet 

Webster and Fillmore, N to Bush 
Cotter (Academy Tract), from N W s 

Mission bet Theresa and Francis 
Cowden (Keis Tract) from Wilde Av 

N tn Ankeny 
Cowell Place, from N s \allejo bet 

Battery and Sansome 
Cram Place, from N s Golden Gate Av 

bet Buchanan and Webster 
Crane, from Paul Av bet Exeter and 



Crocker, from Stevenson bet Bradv and 

Hermann S to West Mission 
Crocker Avenue (now Clipper), from 

W s Douglass bet Twenty-fifth and 

Twenty-sixth 
Croke (Academy Tract), from X W s 

Mission bet Francis and Har- 

Cronogue Alley, from S s Twenty-first 
bet Guerrero and Fair Oaks to 
Twentv-third 

Crooks, from busk Alley bet Third and 
Fourth St to Townsend 

Cross, from Pope W nr County Line 

Croton Avenue (now Diamond), from 



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Craut (College Homestead), from Canal 

S to Silver Ax- 
Creek Lane (now Erie), Iron, Folsom 

bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 
Crescent Avenue, from Mission S of 

Richland Av, E to San Bruno 



Crystal (I: 



Cum Cook Alley, from W s Dupont. bet 
Jackson and Pacific 

Cumberland (late Columbia), from W s 
Guerrero bet Nineteenth and 
Twentieth, W to Noe 

Cumberland Place, from W s Valencia 
bet Nineteenth and Twentieth \\ 
to Angelica 

Curtis, from Morse bet Pope and New- 
ton S 

Cushman, from N s California bet 
Mason and Taylor, N to Sacra- 
mento 

Custom House Place, from N s Wash- 
ington bet Battery and Sansome 

Cuvier (Spring Valley Homestead), 
from S P R R bet Marsilly and 
Milton S to Mission 

Cypress Alley, from S s Twenty-fourth 
bet Howard and Capp, S to Twen- 
ty-Sixth 

D (now Fulton), from First Av N of 
Golden Gate Park, W to the Ocean 

D South, from Water Front S W to 
County Line 

Daisy. See Portola 

Dakota (South S. F.), from the bay 
S to India Basin 

Dale Place, from S s Golden Gate Av 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Dame (Fairmount Tract), from Thir- 
tieth nr Church, S to Randall 

Danton (Spring Valley Homestead), 
from Springdale W of Lyell X 

Danvers, from Corbett Av S E to 

Casselli Av 
Dartmouth (CnivcrsiU Homestead), 
from S s Silver Av W of Bowdoiu 
Davis, from N s Market bet I >rnmm and 
Front, N to the bay 



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Market and Pine. . 

California 100 101 

Parrott Alley 

Sacramento 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay 300 301 

Washington 400 401 

Oregon 

Jack.-..). ,500 .501 

Clark 

Pacific 600 601 

Broadway 700 701 

Vallejo S00 801 

Green (e) (e) 

Dawson Place, from E s Mason bet 
Sacramento and Clay 

Day, from W s San Jose Av bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth. W to 
F'owler Av 

Cross Sis. X. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 

Dolores ... 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 301 

Noe +00 401 
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Do Boom, from E s Second bet Bryant 

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De Haro, from Division bet Carolina 

and Rhode Island. S to Islais Creek 

De Kalb (Bemal Heights, now Peralta 

Av), from S s Cortland Av nr 

Bradford 

De Long (late Schiller), W of San Jose 

Av nr County Line 
De Long Avenue from S s Waller bet 

Masonic \v and Ashbury 
De Montfort Avenue (Lake View), from 
Miramar Av W to Arlington Av 
De Wolf (West End Tract), from Sher- 
man Av nr San Jose Av, S W to 
Sickles Av 
Dearborn Place (late Mission Av), from 
S s Seventeenth bet Valencia and 
Guerrero 
Decatur, from S s Bryant bet seventh 

and Eighth 
Decatur ( Rernal Heights). See Roscoe 
Decker Alley, from \V s Seventh bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Deeth. (See California south) 
Dehon, from S s Sixteenth bet Church 

and Sanchez, S to Seventeenth 
Delaware, from the bay bet Massa- 
chusetts and Maryland, S to First 
Av South 
Delaware (University Homestead). 

See Saratoga 
Delaware Avenue (West End Tract), E 

of San Jose Av nr San Miguel 
Delaware Avenue (City Land Ass'n 

Tract). See Worcester Av 
Delaware Court, from N s Sutter bet 

Powell and Mason 
Delgado Place, from E s Hyde bet 

Green and Union 
Delta (Reis Tract) bet Elliot and Beta 

from Leland Av N to Wilde Av 
Delta Place, from E s Mason bet Sutter 

and Bush 
Denmark (South S. F.). See Second 

Av South 
Derby (late Oak), from W s Mason bet 

Genrv and Post 
Derby (late Oak), from E s Taylor bet 

Geary and Post 
Desmond, W of Railroad Av nr 

County Line 
Diamond, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Detroit (Sunnyside), from Circular 

Av N to Surrey 

Devisadero, from N s Thirteenth bet 

Scott and Broderick. N to the bay 

Cross Sit. E W 

Duboce Avenuce 2 1 

write.';;'.'."'.-".'."' 100 101 

Haight 200 201 

Pace .300 301 

Oak.'.:/. W0 401 

Fell 500 501 

Have's" (500 Ml 

Grove 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue. .1000 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301 

O'FarreU 1400 1401 

Geary 1500 1501 

Garden Avenue 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadwav ,2600 2601 



ST REET AND AVENUE GUIDE 

Valleio 2700 2701 

(Veen 2800 2S01 

Union '900 2901 

Filber 3000 3001 

Gr eenw,:h 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 320 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 340 

B, v 3500 3501 

NorthPoint. 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

SeSsn 3800 380 1 

Tonouin 3900 390 

Lewis W W 

Dewey Boulevard, from junction N and 

Seventh Av, S and S W to Corbett 

\v 
Diamond, from S s Seventeenth bet 

Castro and Douglass. S to Circular 

Av thence to a point nr Mangels 



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Seventeenth - 

Eighteenth J00 

Nineteenth 200 

Twentieth 300 

Twenty-first 400 

Twenty-second 500 

Alvarado 

Twentv-third 600 

Elizabeth 700 

Twenty-fourth 800 

Tersev 900 

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cSry 2800 2801 

Mangels Avenue (e) (e) 

Diamond (Visitarion Valley). See Med- 

ror d .... ai 

Diamond Alley, from \ lew Av opp Al- 
varado N W to Lincoln Av 
Diana (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 

Av to Williams Av 
Dickenson, from E s San Bruno Av nr 



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Digby (Fairmount Tract, late Carlos), 

from Beacon to El Monte 
Dikeman Place, from W 8 Mason bet 

Ellis and O'FarreU 
Division, from Kerry nr Seventh. W to 
Florida, thence SW to Eiglitenitli 
Dock (South S. F.), from Water Front 

S W to County Line 
Dodge, from S s Turk bet Hyde and 

Larkin _ 

Dolores, from junction of .Market and 

Thirteenth bet Guerrero and 

Church, S to San Jose Av 

Cross Sis. W. E 

Market * Thirteenth .... 2 1 

ClintonPark — ; 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Albert Alley — — 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Church Lane — 7 

Seventeenth ...400 401 

Railway Avenue 

Dorlnnd 

Eighteenth (o) 501 

Nineteenth (o) 001 

Cumberland — — 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty -•■■■ „„ 

Twenty-first 800 80 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

TweSy-fifth. ;;;;;;;;; '.hoo 1201 

Twenty-sixth. . '. . . '.'.'. '. "lotJO 1301 

Army.. 

Twenty-seventh 1400 



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Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Thirtieth ;.';.".;;;;: '.'.'.pm itoi 

Dominica (South S. F.). See Twelfth 

Av South 
Donah (closed). W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Dora (now Langton), from S s Folsom 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
Dore, from S s Howard bet Ninth and 

Tenth, S E to Brannan 
Dore Alley, from S s Jackson bet Powell 

and Mason 
Dorland, from W s Guerrero bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth, n 

to Sanchez 
Douglass, from S s States W of Eureka, 

to S of Thirtieth 
Cross Sts. w - b j 

Sevinte-nih 100 101 

Eighteenth 200 201 

CaseUi Avenue — 

Nineteenth -— *»■ 

Eagle 300 

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Twenty-first 500 aOl 

Twenty-second 600 bOl 

Alvarado ~~~~ 

Twentv-third 700 701 

fSHourth::;:.;;;:;^ n 

TwSv-fifth 900 901 

Clipper 1000 1001 

Twenty-sixth 1100 1101 

Dover, from N s Brannan bet First and 

Second 

Dow Place, from Second bet Folsom 

and Harrison S W to Hawthorne 

Downey (now Langton), from S s 

Bryant bet Seventh and Eighth 

Drumm. from N s Market bet East 

North and Davis N to the bay- 
Cross Sts. . E. V. 
Market and California... 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Commercial 

Clav 200 JKU 

Merchant 

Washington 300 301 

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Pacific 500 501 

Dublin (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Persia Av nr Prague 
Duboce Avenue from Mission bet. 
Twelfth and Fourteenth W to 
Buena Vista Av 
Cross SU. >> ; •"•• 

Mission - * 

Woodward's Avenue 

Stevenson — — 

Valencia 100 101 

Elgin Park 

Pearl 

Guerrero 200 201 

Market 301 

Buchanan 300 

Webster — ~~ 

Church 400 401 

Fillmore 

Belcher 

Sanchez " 501 

Steiner (o) 

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Devisadero 800 

Alpine 

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Duboce Park, bet Steiner and Scott 

from Thirteenth N 
Dunbar Alley, from Merchant bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N to 
Washington 
Duncan, from W s San Jose Av bet 
Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth, W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

(luet-ero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

New Grove Avenue 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 SOI 

BeUevue 1000 1001 

Duncan's Court, from N s Broadway 

bet Grant Av and Stockton 
Duncombe Alley, from N s Jackson bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Dunkirk (Bernal Heights, now Nevada 
Av), from Esmeralda Av S to 
Powhattan 
Dunne's Alley, from E s Kearny bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Dunshee, from S s Fifteenth Av south 
w bet P south and Q south S E to 

Sixteenth Av S 
Dupont (now Grant Avenue) 
Dupont Alley. See Adler. 
Dwight (University Homestead), from 
W s San Bruno Av S of WoolBey 
E South, from India S W to County 

Line 
Eagle, from junction Douglass and 
m Nineteenth W to Falcon Av 
East Avenue, from Holly Park Av E to 

Andover Av 
East Lake Avenue (West End Tract), 
l>,W of Mission nr County Line 
East North, from Market N parallel 

with the sea wall 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Sacramento . (o) 1 

Commercial (o) 

Clay (o) 101 

Merchant (o) 

Washington (o) 201 

Jackson (o) 301 

Pacific (o) 401 

Broadway (o) 501 

Vallejo Co) 601 

Green (o) 701 

Union (o) 801 

Filbert (o) 901 

Greenwich (o) 1001 

Lombard (o) 1111 

Chestnut (o) 1211 

Francisco (o) 1300 

Bay (o) 1400 

East Park, from Holly Park Av E to 

Andover Av 
East South, from Market S parallel 

with the sea wall 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market fo) 2 

Mission (o) 100 

Howard (o) 200 

Folsom (o) 300 

Eaton Alley, from S s Green bet Powell 

and Mason 
Ecker, from S s Market and from N s 

Folsom bet First and Second 
Ecuador (South S. F.). See Forty- 
Fourth Av South 
Eddy, from junction Market and Powell 
bet Turk and Ellis, W to Calvary 
Cemetery 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Powell 2 1 

Anna Lane 

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Jones 300 301 

Wagner Allev 

Leavenworth 400 401 

Hvde 600 501 

Larkin 600 601 

Polk 700 701 

Van Ness Avenue 800 801 

Franklin 900 901 

Gough 1000 (o) 

Octavia 1100 (o) 

Laguna 1200 1201 

Buchanan 1300 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1500 1501 

Steiner 1600 1601 

Bourbin Place 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1800 1801 

Devisadero 1900 1901 

Broderick 2000 2001 

St. Joseph's Avenue (e) (e) 

Eddy West, from WLTard N to First Av 

N of Turk 
Edgar Avenue (Lake View), from Bruce 

Av nr Harold Av 
Edgar Place, from W s Grant Av bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Edgewood Avenue (late Sunset Av) 

from Farnsworth Lane W of 

Willard, S to Woodland Av 
Edinburgh (Excelsior Homestead) 

from Silver Av S W to Amazon 
Edith (late Church Place), from W s 

Grant Av bet Greenwich and Lom- 
bard 
Edna (Sunnyside), from Havelock N to 

Thirty-second bet Detroit and 

Foerster 
Eighteenth, from the bay bet Mariposa 

and Nineteenth, W to Ashlmrv 

Cross Sts. N. S 

Illinois 500 501 

Kentucky 600 601 

Tennessee 700 701 

Minnesota 800 801 

Indiana 900 901 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsylvania Avenue. .. 1100 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 1400 1401 

Connecticut 1500 1501 

Arkansas 1600 1601 

Wisconsin 1700 1701 

Carolina 1800 1801 

DeHaro 1900 1901 

Rhodelsland 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 2101 

Vermont 2200 2201 

San Bruno Avenue 2300 2301 

Utah 2400 2401 

Potrero Avenue 2500 2501 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2800 2801 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 3000 3001 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Division 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shutwell 

Howard 3300 3301 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

San Carlos Avenue 

l.c\int!lon Avenue 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Lapidge 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Oakwood 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 3800 3801 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Hartford 4050 4051 

Castro 4100 4101 

Collingwood , . 4200 4201 



Diamond 4300 4301 

Eureka 4400 4401 

Douglass 4500 4501 

Clara Avenue 

Hattie 4600 ■ 

Clover Alley 4601 

Danvers (c) (c) 

East of Uranus 4810 

Eighteenth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to X. For Nos. 
see Nineteenth Av 

Eighteenth Avenue South, from Water 
Front N W to Islais Creek 

Eighth, from S s Market bet Seventh 
and Ninth, S E to Sixteenth 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Manning Place 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Sunshine Court 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Ringgold 

Heron 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

Eighth Avenue, from Mountain Lake 
Park S to O. For Nos. see 
Nineteenth Av 

B 600 601 

C 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park 

H 1200 1201 

1 1300 1301 

J 1400 1401 

K 1500 1501 

L 1600 1601 

M 1700 1701 

Eighth Avenue South, from Water 
Front N W to Islais Creek 

El Dorado, from the bav S of Alameda 
W to 6th 

El Monte (Fairmount Tract, late Wil- 
liam), from Beacon to Castro 

Eldridge, from Chesley bet Harrison 
and Bryant 

Eleventh, from S s Market bet Tenth 
and Twelfth, S E to Bryant 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Kissling.. 

Bowie Avenue 

Henrietta Square 

Burns Place 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Eleventh Avenue, from Mountain Lake 
Park, S to S 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Presidio 2 1 

Lake 100 101 

California 200 201 

Clement 300 301 

Point Lobos Avenue 400 401 

A 500 501 

B 600 601 

C 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

For numbering South of Golden 
Gate Park see Nineteenth Av 

Eleventh Avenue South, from Water 
Front N W to Islais Creek 

Elgin Park, from Hermann bet Valen- 
cia and Market, S to Duboce Av. 

Elizabeth, from W s San Jose Av bet 
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
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San Jose Avenue 2 

Guerrero ( P ) 

Dolores (c) 

Church 300 

Orient Alley 

Vicksburg 

Blanche Alley 

Sanchez 400 

Noe 500 

Castro «00 

Diamond 



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. ... 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

Bellevue (e) (e) 

Elizabeth Place, from S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Elk (Visitacion Valley). See Aber- 

Elk Avenue (Glen Park) from Glen Av 

N to Arbor 
Ellen (now Hoffman Av), from S s 
Twenty-second bet Douglass and 
Bellevue 
Ellert, from North Av nr Holly Park 

Av, E to Andover Av 
Ellery (late Ecker). from S 8 Bryant 

bet First and Second 
Ellick Lane, from N s California bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Elliot (Reis Tract) bet Helta and Fay, 

from Leland Av N to Wilde Av 
Elliot Lane, from O'Farrell nr Steiner 

N to Elliot Park 
Elliot Park, from W s Steiner bet 

O'Farrell and Geary 
Ellis, from junction Market and Stock- 
ton bet Eddy and O'Farrell, W to 
Calvary Cemetery 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Stockton.... 2 1 

Powell 100 101 

Anna Lane 

Mason 200 201 

Taylor 300 



400 401 
501 



Leavenworth 500 

Cohen Place 

Hyde 600 601 

Larkin 700 701 

Polk 800 801 

Van Ness Avenue 900 901 

Franklin 1000 1001 

Gough 1100 1101 

Ortavia 1200 1201 

Laguna 1300 1301 

Buchanan 1400 1401 

Hollis ; 

Webster 1500 1501 

Folger Alley 

Fillmore 1600 1601 

Steiner 1700 1701 

Bourbin Place 

Pierce 1800 1S01 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1900 1901 

Beideman 

Devisadero 2000 2001 

Broderick 2100 2101 

St. Joseph's Avenue (e) (e) 

Ellsworth (Bernal Heights), from S s 

Esmeralda Av bet Anderson and 

Gates 

E.'m (now Laussat Av), from W s 

Buchanan bet Waller and Haight, 

W to Webster 
Elm Avenue, from W s Polk bet Golden 

Gate Av and Turk 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 " 



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Buchanan . 
Webster.. . 
Fillmore... 



Pierce 1100. 1101 

Scott (e) „ W 

Elmira (South S. F.), from Islals Creek 

S to Thornton Av 
Elsie (late ChiTubiiscn'l, front Coso Av 
nr Chapultepec, S W to Holly 
Park Av 
Elwood (late O'Farrell Alley), from N s 
O'Farrell bet Powell and Mason, 
N and W to MaBon 
Emma, from E s Stockton bet Bush and 

Pine 
Emma (now Alpine), from point b of 
Waller W of Castro, S to Four- 
teenth 
Emma (now Ledvard), from Silver Av 

nr Scott Av 
Emmet Place, from W s Stockton bet 

California and Sacramento 
Enterprise, from E s Folsom bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Epstein (now Masonic Av), from Albany 

W and N W to Java 
Erie, from E s Mission bet Thirteenth 

and Furtecnth, E to Folsom 
Erkson Court, from N s Post bet De- 
visadero and Broderick 
Ervine (Rcis Tract) bet Alberta and 
Delta, from Campbell N to Wilde 
Avenue 
Esmeralda Avenue (Bernal Heights], 
from California Av S E and E to 
Holladay Av 
Esmond, from Morse nr Mission, S to 

Watt Av 
Essex, from S s Folsom bet First and 

Second, S E to Harrison 
Essex Place, from W s Essex bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Estefana, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Euclid Avenue, from E s First Av bet 
California and Point Lobos Av W 
to Parker Av ,„.,.. 

Eugenia Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from Mission nr Thirtieth, S E and 
E to Prentiss 
Eugenie, from Laurel Hill Cemetery 
bet Josephine and Wood, S to 
Point Lobos Av 
Eureka, from S s Seventeenth bet 
Diamond and Douglas, S to 
Twenty-third 
Cross Sis. W E. 

Seventeenth 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 20 

Twentieth 300 301 

Twenty-first 400 401 

Twenty-second 500 501 

Twentv-third (e) (e) 

Eureka Alley, from W a P South bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth Avs 
South, N W to Q South 
Eureka Place, from E s Larkin bet 

Bush and Pine 
Evatt, E of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 

Eve (Bernal Heights), from San Bruno 

Av S of Army W to Holladay Av 

Everett (now Natoma), from W s 

Third bet Mission and Howard, S 

W to Fourth 

Everson (Fairmount Tract), from 

Beacon nr Bemis 
Ewer Place, from W s Mason bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay 
Ewing Place (late Metralf Place), troni 
W s Laguna bet Post and Sutter 
Excelsior Avenue, (formerly China Av) 
E from Mission bet Japan and 
Brazil Av 
Exchange Place, from S s Pine bet 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Exeter, from Paul Av bet Gould and 

Crane, S to Salinas Av 
F South, from India S W to County Line 
Avenue, from Mission opposite 



Fair Oaks, from S s Twenty-fir 
Guerrero and Dolores, 
Twentv-sixth 
Cross Sis. W 

Twentv-first 2 

Twenty-second 100 

Twenty-third 200 

Twenty-fourth 300 



Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Twenty-sixth (e) CO 

Fair Oaks Court. See Oakwood 

Fairmount ( Fairmount Tract), from S 
P. R. R., W to Bemis 

Faith (Bernal Heights), from Holladay 
Av N W to Brewster 

Falcon Avenue, from Danvers opposite 
Eighteenth S W and S to Twenty- 
third 

Falcon Place, from E s Taylor bet 
Broadway and Vallejo 

Falkland (South S. F.). See Sixteenth 
Av South 

Falmouth (late Willow), from S s Fol- 
som bet Fifth and Sixth, to Ship- 

Farallones (Railroad Homestead), W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Fargo Place (late Columbia Place), 

from Boardman Place bet Bryant 

and Brannan 
Farnum (Glen Park Terrace) from 

Moffitt N to Thirty-first 
Farnsworth Lane, from Sunset Av S 

of ParnassUB Av W 
Farragut Avenue (\\ est End Tract), 

from Mission nr County Line 
Farrell Court, E from Julia, bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Farren Avenue, from N s Eddy bet 

Pierce and Scott, N to Ellis 
Faxon Avenue (Lake View), from Lake 

View Av N to Ocean Av 
Fay (Reis Tract) from Leland Av N to 

Federal (late Frederick), from W s First 
betBrvantand Brannan, to Second 

Fell, from junction Market and Polk 
bet Oak and Hayes, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N S- 

Market and Tolk 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue 100 101 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 300 301 

OctiTvia 400 * 



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Buchanan 600 

Webster 700 

Fillmore 800 sui 

Steiner 900 901 

Pierce 1000 1001 

Scott HOO U01 

Devisadero 1200 1201 

Broderick 1300 1301 



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Lyon 1500 

Central Avenue 1600 

Masonic " 1700 

Ashbury... ■ 1800 

Clayton 1900 

Cole 2000 

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Felton (University Homestead), from 

San Bruno Av bet Silliman and 

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Fern Avenue, from W e Larkin bet 

Sutter and Bush, W to Gough 

Cross Sts. N. S 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

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1000 1001 

1100 1101 

.1200 1201 

.1300 1301 

.1400 1401 

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Howard 

Natoma . 

Capp — 

Minna 

Mission 1600 1601 

Julian Avenue 

Caledonia AUev 

Valencia 1700 

Albion Avenue 

Guerrero 1800 1801 

Aileen Avenue 

Dolores 1900 1901 

Landers ~~T~ 

Church '2000 2001 



s.mrhc? 2100 2101 

Xoe ...2200 2201 

Castro.'.... 2300 2301 

Fifteenth Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation S to W. For Nos. see 
Nineteenth Av 
Fifteenth Avenue South, from Water 

Front N W to San Bruno Av 
Fifth, from S s Market bet Fourth and 
Sixth, SE to Channel 



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Stevenson — 
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Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 



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Berrv 900 901 

Channel 1000 1001 

Hooper UOO 1101 

Irwin 1200 1201 

HulibcU 1300 1301 

South 1400 1401 

Fifth Avenue, from Presidio Reserva- 
tion S to K. For Nos. see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Fifth Avenue South, from Water Front 

N W to Islais Creek 

Figueroa (now Franeonia Av), from 

Peralta Av S E to Rutledge Av 

Filbert, from the bay bet Union and 

Greenwich, W to Presidio Rcser- 



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Filbert Place 

Varenncs 

Harwood Alley 

Grant Avenue 300 .501 

Medau Place 

Jasper Place 

Krausgrill Alley 

Stockton 600 (o) 

Powell 700 701 

Montgomery Avenue . . 

Scotland 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Roach 

Rclfield Alley 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth UOO 1101 

Hvde 1200 1201 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

fiough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1801 

Lngunu 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Alders Court ! 

Webster 2100 2101 l 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierre 2400 2401 | 

Scott.'...: 2500 2501 

Dcvisidcro . . 2600 2601 

ISnMcr.ck 2700 2701 : 

Baker 2800 2801 ] 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Filbert Place, from N s Union bet 

Kearny and Grant Av N to Filbert . 
Fillmore, from N s Thirteenth bet 
Webster and Steiner. N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. | 

Duboce Avenue 2 

Hermann 100 101 

( lermania Avenue 

Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Haight. 300 301 

Rose Avenue 

Page -MX) 401 

Oak...'./ 500 501 

Fell . ... 600 (iOl 

Hayes 700 701 

Grove 800 801 

Fulton 900 901 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue . 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Ellis. 1400 1401 

Bvington Avenue 

O'Farrell 1.5011 1,501 

Geary 1600 1601 

Post. 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1S01 

Bush 1900 1901 

Wildev Avenue 

Pine.'. 2000 2001 

Fillmore Piacc 

California 210(1 2101 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clav 2300 2301 

Washington 2400 2401 

Jackson 2500 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejo..'. . 280(1 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert. 3100 3101 

Pixlcv Avenue 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton Avenue 

Lombard 3300 33111 

Chestnut 3400 3401 

Francisco 3500 3501 

Bav ... ...3600 3601 

NorthPoint .3700 3701 



Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquin 4O00 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Fillmore Place, from W s Fillmore bet 

Pine and California 
First, loan S s Market bet Fremont and 

Second, S E to the bay- 
Cross Sts. W E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Lick Alley ~~7~ 



Tehama. . 
Tehama Plai 
Clementina. 
Foist 



300 301 



Guy Place 

Boston Place — 

Laurel Place ~~~ 

Harrison 400 401 

Simpson Place 

Gabrielle Place 

Goodsell Place 

Alger Place 

Bryant 500 501 

Federal 

Brannan 

Firit Avenue, from Presidio Reserva- 
tion S to Parnassus Av. For Nos. 
see Nineteenth Av 
First Avenue South, from Water Front 

N W to Islais 
Fisher Alley, from E s Powell bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
Fitch Alley, from Corbett Av nr 
Twenty-fifth W to Lincoln Av 
Flint, from Sixteenth nr Castro, to 

Albany 
Flint Alley, from S s Vallejo bet Battery 

and Sansome 
Flood Avenue (Sunnyside), from Cir- 
cular Av bet Hearst and Sprocket 
Avs, W to Hamburg 
Flora (Silver Terrace), from Bay \ lew 
bet Pomona and N South. S to 
Thornton Av 
Floral Grove. See Brooks 
Florence (('in Land Association tract). 

See Head 
Florence, from point N of Broadwa;, 
bet Taylor and Jones, N to \ allejo 
Florence Alley, from E s Mission nr 

County Lir 
Florida, froi 
Alaban 
Cross Sts. 
Div 



W. 



Uamcda 100 101 

I'ift i ■• 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 bO 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth .. 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twent'v-third -H00 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 



Army. 



.1400 1401 
.1500 1501 

Preclta Avenue 1600 1601 

Peralta Avenue (e) (et 

Flower, from Loomis W to San Bruno 

Av 
Foerster (Sunnyside). from point nr 
Spreekels Av bet Edna and Gen- 
esee, N to Thirty-third 
Foloer Alley, from S s Ellis bet Webster 

and Fillmore 
Folsom, from the bav bet Howard and 
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Steuart 

Spear 

Main 

Beale 

Folsom Flaw . 

?.oe Place 

Fremont 

Baldwin Court 
Grant Place. . . . 

First 

Ecker 



Second 

Hawthorne. . . 
Hampton Place. 

Third 

Ritch 

Elizabeth Place. 
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Bluxome 
Town send 

King 

Berry. . . . 

Channel 

gsr isg m 

Hubhell.'.'.:: 1300 i::» 

South 'MO WO 

Fourth Avenue, from Presidio Roorva 
tion S to K. For Nos. see Ntni 
teenth Av 
Fourth Avenue South, from (.aliform 
Dry Dock N W to Islais 
S to Ocean Boulevard and J. For fowler Avenue (Stanford Heights 
Nos. see Nineteenth Av , from Twenty-fifth S Jo Sussex 

Forty-second Avenue, from Clement S , p ran ce Avenue (Excel: ' 



Forty-eighth Avenue, from point X ol 

Clement S to Ocean Boulevard. 

For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Forty-fifth Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Xos. sec Nineteenth Av 
Forty-first Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Forty-first Avenue South, from County 

Line N W to San Bruno Av 
Forty-fourth Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Xos. see Nineteenth Av 
Forty-fourth Avenue South, from 

County Line N W to San Bruno Av 
Forty-ninth Avenue, from point nr A 




Fourth 800 8U1 

Miller Place — ; m . 

Fifth 900 901 

Falmouth —~~ Hnn . 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet : 

Columbia Square 

Russ 

Sherman " 

feth noo noi 

Langton 

Harrison Avenue 

Rauseh 

Folsom Avenue — — 

Kiu-I.tli 120» '-Ol 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Tenth..:;::: : i«» hoi 

.luniper 

Eleventh 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 



. 1500 1501 
AOOO 1601 



'to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Forty-second Avenue South, from 

County Line N W to San Bruno Ay 
Forty-seventh Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Ay 
Forty-second Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Xos. see 
Forty-third Avenue, I 



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N W 



cteenth Av 

Clement S 

;ee Nineteenth Av 

Forty-third Avenue South, from County 



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W 



iBri 



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Fountain, from S 
Hoffman Av 
Clipper 
Fourteenth, from W s Harrison bet 
Dubore Avenue and Fifteenth, » 
to South Broderick 

Cross Sis. H. S- 

Harrison '" 1 

Treat Avenue — " 

Folsom 100 101 

Shotwell — ; 

Howard 200 201 

Natoma ■•• 



300 301 



W. 



E. 



Thirteenth 1700 1701 



Fourteenth 1S00 180 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth... 2000 2001 

Paiterprise 7 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Eighteenth 2200 

Nineteenth 2300 

Twentieth 2400 

Twenty-first 2500 

1'wentv-second 2000 

Twenty-third 2700 

rwentv-fourth 2800 

Twenty-fifth 



2301 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth' 3000 3001 

Serpentine Avenue 

-rmy 3100 3101 

Preelta Avenue 3200 320 1 

Stoncman 3300 

Ripley 3400 3401 

Waltham ' 

Esmeralda Avenue -3.500 3o01 

Powhattan 3600 3601 

Eugenia Avenue. 3700 3701 

Cortland " 3800 3801 

Jefferson " 3900 3901 

Union " 4000 4001 

Old Hickory 4100 4101 

Crescent Avenue 4200 4201 

Folsom Avenue (late Otis Place), from 
S s Folsom bet Seventh and 
Eighth 
Foote Avenue (Wert End Tract), from 

W s Mission nr County Line 
Ford, from W s Sanchez bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth, \\ to Noe 
Ford (City Land Association Tract), 

see Byxbee 
Fortieth Avenue, from ('lenient S to X 

For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Fortieth Avenue South, from CouhIn 
■ N. IV 



Mission bet Cotter and Croke 
Francisco, from the bay bet Ches 

and Bay, W to Presidio Res( 

tion 
Cross Sis. N. 

Bast North 
Montgomery 

Kearny joo 

Grant Avenue 200 

Midway 

Bellair Place — 

Stockton 300 

Worden ,„„ 

Powell.. -J00 

Mason. 



Taylor 



Mill 



Montgomery Av 

Jones 

Leavenworth . 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Van Ness Avenue 1200 

Franklin 1300 



1000 1001 

1100 1101 

1201 

1301 



Valencia 10° 4 °1 

Guerrero' 500 501 

Maple Court. . . — — 

Dolores ...600 001 

Landers . . — 

Market „ „„. 

Church 700 701 

Belcher 

Belcher Curl . .—— 

Sanchez 800 801 

SS 1 " . :::ooo Ibl 

Castro.'.'.'.:::: .1000 10m 

Alpine - ■ 

South Broderick (e) (e) 

Fourteenth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to \V. For Xos. 
see Nineteenth Av 
Fourteenth Avenue South, from Water 

Front N W to Islais Creek 
Fourth from S s Market bet Third and 

Fifth. S i; to the bay 
Cross Sis. » ■ '•■ 

Market . . 2 1 

Pioneer Place 
Stevenson 

!Sm..:: 100 ioi 

Minna 

Natoma " 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama. 

Clementina. 

Folsom 300 301 

Shipley 

HSon 400 401 

Perry . 



Goueh.... ll»o '10 

Octavia. 1500 150. 

Lagunfl (c) (|,) 

Lobos Square 

Writer .1800 18' 

Fillmore 1000 90 

Steiner 20(H) 200 

Pierce .... 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2201 

llcvisadcro 2300 2301 

Broderick 2400 240 

Baker 2500 2501 

Lyon te "'> 

Franconia Avenue (Menial Heighisi, 
from S s of Peralta Av W of York. 
S to Esmeralda Av 
Frank, from W s Mason bet Pine and 

California 
Frankfort Avenue, from N s lhirteenth 

bet Mission and Howard 

Franklin, from N s Market bet Van 

Ness Av and Cough. N to Bay 

CrowSU. E. Vi. 

Market and Page... 2 I 

Lilv Avenue 

Oak 100 OH 

Hickory Av 






Fell...". 200 

Linden Avenue 

Haves 300 

Ivy Avenue — 

Grove 100 

Fulton °00 

Ash Avenue „„ 

McAllister 600 

Locust Avenue 

Gulden Gate Avenue.... 700 
Elm Avenue 

Turk 800 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 000 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1000 



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Franklin— Continued 

Gearv 1200 1201 

Post'. 1300 1301 

Putter 1400 1401 

Fern Avenue 

Hush 1500 1501 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1600 1601 

Villi LM < 

'illLM Sacramento 1800 1X01 

Clay 1900 1901 

Washington 2000 2001 

Jackson 2100 2101 

Pacific Avenue 2200 2201 

Broadway 2300 2301 

Vallejo.." 2400 2401 

Green 2500 2501 

Union 2600 2601 

WW IM Filbert 2700 2701 

I 1 i I I Jfl Greenwich 2800 2801 

f J J I^^^V^I Itlackstone 

|1L|^K?A 3000 3001 

MI^^FXA :) 100 3101 

Bay (e) (e) 

Franklin Park, bet Sixteenth, Santa 

Clara, Hampshire and Bryant 
Frederick, from Buena Vista Av S of 

Waller, W to First Av 
Freedom, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Freelon, from Wis Zoe bet Bryant and 

Brannan, S W to W of Fourth 
Fremont, from S s Market bet Beale 

and First, S E to thejbay 
Gross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Lincoln Place 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Lawrence Place 

Brvant 500 501 

Brannan (e) (e) 

Fremont Court, from S s Clay bet 

Powell and Mason 
French (now Charles), from W side 

Mission nr West Av 
Fresno (South S. F.), from the bay 
to m m m iM* bet Plumas and India. W to First 

U I IT Av South 

H I I 1 I I Front, from N s Market bet Davis and 
111 M I Batterv, N to the bay 

■ »■■■■■ ■ Gross Sis E. W. 

Market 2 1 

UIM4»«lJ Pine 10 ° 101 

HIRSCH 

III IW VI I Sacramento 300 301 

0^\..... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 400 401 

r ^m Merchant 

■ ■■ Washington 500 501 

^»» ^F • Oregon 

.lackson 600 601 

Clark ■ 

Pacific 700 701 

Chambers 

Broadway S00 S01 

IIZffAnf' lixw looi 

ll2IIU.it [5T::;:;::: ::::S 1,01 

■ Filbert (e) (e) 

/'TnrPT f' '" Avenue (South S. F.i, from 

STREET India S E to Water Front 

J I RkUl Fulton, from W s Larkin bet Grove and 

McAllister, W to the ocean 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Venue 200 201 

SANFRAIKISM %T 388 3! 

Ootauu 500 501 

CAL Laguna 600 601 

V " W '- Buchanan 700 701 



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Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Sterner 1000 (o) 

Pierce 1100 (o) 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devisadero 1300 1301 

Hroderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic '■ (o) 1801 

Ashburv (o) 1901 

Clayton Co) 2001 

Cole (o) 2101 

Parker Avenue ..... 2200 

Shrader 2201 

North Stanyan 2300 

Stanyan^. _(p) 



Willard North 2400 

First Avenue 2500 

Second " 2600 

Third Avenue 2700 

Fourth " . 



Fifth " 2900 (o) 

Sixth " 3000 (o) 

Seventh " 3100 (o) 

Eighth " 3200 (o) 

Ninth " 3300 (o) 

Tenth " 3400 (o) 

Eleventh " 3500 (o) 

Twelfth " 3600 (o) 

Fulton Avenue, from point nr Berkshire 

S to point nr Mangels Av 
G South, from India S W to County 

Line 
Gabrielle Place, from E s First bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Gaines, from N s Green bet Battery 

and Sansome, N to Union 
Galser Court, from E s Guerrero bet 

Sixteenth and Camp 
Gale, from S s Townsend bet First and 

Second 
Gambter (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av S to Olmstead 
Garden (now Harriet), from S s Har- 
rison bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 
to Bryant 
Garden Avenue, from \\ s Dcvis.-ulcru 
bet Geary and Poet, W to Brod- 
erick 
Gardner, from N s Post bet Kearny and 

Grant Av 
Garfield (City Land Ass'n Tract), W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Garfield Avenue, from S s Twenty-fifth 
bet Treat Av and Folsom, S to 
Twenty-sixth 
Garfield Square, bet Twenty-fifth, 
Twenty-sixth, Harris.ni and Trent 
Av 



Gates (Bernal Heights), 


from S s Es- 


meralda Av nr Ellsworth 


Gaven, from W s San 


Bruno Av nr 


head Islais Creek 




Gaven Place. Irom K s Montgomery Av 


nr Filbert N to Gr 


*etiwlch 


Geary, from junction 


Market and 


Kearnv bet O'Farrell and Post, 


W to Central Av 




Cross Sts. 


N. S. 


Market and Kearny.. 


.2 1 






Grant Avenue 


. 100 101 




.. (o) 201 


Powell 


.300 301 


Regan Place 








Martha Place 








Taylor 


.500 501 






William 




Jones 


600 601 


Leavmwortk' 


...700 701 


' Hyde 


...800 801 


Vasserot Place 




Saratoga Court 


■ 



Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue 1100 1101 

Franklin 1200 1201 

Gough 1300 1301 

Ortavia 1400 1401 

Laguna 1500 1501 

Buchanan 1600 1601 

Sunnv Court 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Averv 

Steiner (o) 1901 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devisadero 2200 2201 

Broderick 2300 2301 

St. Joseph's Avenue 

Baker 2400 (o) 

Lvon 2500 (•) 

Presidio Avenue (e) (e) 

Geary Court, from N s Geary bet Jone 

and Leavenworth 
Geary Place, from S s Geary bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Genesee (Sunnyside), from point nr 
Spreckels Av bet Foerster and 
Hamburg W to Sussex 
Geneva, from S s Brannan bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Geneva Avenue (West Find Tract), 

from Mission nr Amazon N W 
George (closed), from Hooper bet Fifth 

and Sixth, S E to Hubbell 
Georgia, from the bay bet Louisiana 
and Michigan, S to First Av South 
Gerke Alley, from E s Grant Av bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Germania Avenue, from W s Webster 
bet Hermann and Waller, W to 
Steiner 
Gertrudis, il of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Getz, from Mount Vernon Av W of 

North to Harold Av 
Gibb, from W s Montgomery Av bet 

Washington and Jackson 
Gibraltar (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
eighth Av South 
Gila (South S. F.). See E South 
Gilbert, from S s Brvant bet Sixth and 
Seventh, S V. to points of Brannan 
Girard (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av S to Wilde 
Gladys, from Santa Marina nr Mission, 

S W to West Av 
Glasgow. See Anna Lan 
Glen Avenue, from Che 
niond W to Surrey 
Glen Avenue (Stanford Heights), from 
Thirtieth and Bellevue N W to 
Valley and Twin Peaks Av 
Glen Park Avenue, from W s Twelfth 
bet Mission and Howard S W to 
Bond 
Glendale, from Falcon Av bet Copper 
Alley and Romain W to Corbett 
Av ' 
Glover, from W s Jones bet Broadway 
and Vallejo. W to Leavenworth 
Godeus, from Mission nr Thirtieth to 

California Av 
Goethe, from Mission nr County Line 

NW 
Goettingen (Ciuversity Homestead), 

from S s Silver Av S to Barry- 
Going ( Hois Tract) bet Fay and Haiilin 

from Arleta Av N 
Gold, from W s Sansome bet Jackson 
and Pacific. W to Montgomery 
Gold Alley, from View Av opposite 

Elizabeth W to Lincoln Av 
Golden Court, from S s Sacramento bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
Golden Gate Avenue, from junction 
Market and Tavlor bet McAllister 
• nd Turk, W to First Av 

N. S. 
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Leavenworth... 

Dale Place 

Hyde 300 

Golden Place 

Larkin 400 

Polk 500 

Van Ness Avenue 600 

Franklin 700 

Cough (o) 801 

Octavia (o) 901 

I.aguna 1000 1001 

Huchanan 1100 1101 

Crane Place 

Webster 1200 1201 

Fillmore 1300 1301 

Steiner 1400 1401 

Pierce 1500 1501 

Scott 1600 1601 

Sevmour Avenue 

Devisadero 1700 1701 

Broderick 1800 1801 

Baker 1900 1901 

Lvon 2000 2001 

Central Avenue 2100 2101 

Masonic (c) (c) 

.Masonic Cemetery 

Willard North 2800 2801 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Golden Gate Park, bet Fulton and H 
streets, from Stanyan W to the 
ocean 
Golden Place, from N s Golden Gate 

Av bet Hyde and Larkin 

Golden State Avenue (Lake View), from 

Lake View Av N to Ocean Av 

Goldman Place. See Warren Place 

Good Children, from Telegraph Place 

bet Kearny and Grant Av N to 

Lombard 

Goodsell Place, from E 

Harrison and Bryaut 
Gordon, from N s Harrison bet- Eighth 

and Ninth 
Gough, from N s Market bet Franklin 

and Octavia, N to Bay 
Cross Sts. E. W . 

Market and Haight 2 1 

Rose Avenue 

Page 100 101 

Litv Avenue 

Oak 200 201 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell... 300 301 

Linden Avenue. 



Francisco 3200 3201 

Bav (e) W 

Gould, from Paul Av bet Carr and 

Exeter S to Salinas Av 
Grace Terrace, from S s California bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Grafton Avenue (Lake View), from Har- 

old Av W to Arlington Av 
Graham Place, from N s Green bet 
Grant Avand Stockton N to Union, 
See Price Row 
Grand, from S s Mission bet Ninth and 

Tenth, S E to Howard 
Grand Place, from S s Filbert bet 
Kearny and Grant Av, See Har- 
wood Alley 
Grant (University Homestead), from 

La Grande Av S to Dwight 
Grant Alley, from S.s Fifteenth bet 
Guerrero and Dolores, S to Six- 
teenth. See Spencer Alley 
Grant Avenue, from N s Market bet 
Kearny and Stockton, N to Beacli 
Cress Sts. ' E. W. 

Market and O' Farrell ... 2 1 

Geary 100 101 

Union Square Avenue... 

Post... 200 201 

Ashburton Place 

Stockton Place 

Tillman Alley „. 

Sutter 300 301 

Berry Place 

Harlan Place. .. 



First bet 



400 401 
500 501 



Ivy Avenue 

Grove 500 

Fulton 600 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 700 

Golden Gate Avenue. ... 800 

Kim Avenue 

Turk 



Eddy 1000 1001 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1100 1101 

1 1' Farrell 1200 1201 

M\Ttle Avenue 

Geary 1300 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Fern Avenue ' 

Bush 1600 1601 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1700 1701 

California 1800 1S01 

Sacramento 1900 (o) 

Clav 2000 (o) 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Avenue 2300 2301 

Broadway 2400 2401 

VaUejo 2500 2501 

Green 2600 2601 

Union 2700 2701 

Filbert 2800 2801 

Greenwich 2900 ."ml 

Lombard 3000 3001 

Chestnut 3100 3101 



Pine 

Virginia Court 

California 600 601 

Sacramento 700 701 

Commercial 

Clav 800 801 

Washington 900 901 

Hall Court 

Jackson 1000 1001 

Cum Cook Alley 

Baker Alley 

Pacific 1100 1101 

Adler — ~ 

Hroa.lway 1200 1201 

Montgomery Avenue 

Hincklev """ 

Vall-jo 1300 1301 

tin-ci, 1400 1401 

Union.'.'.!' 1500 1501 

Noble's Alley 

Filbert 1600 1601 

Gerke Alley 

Pardee Allev ■ 

Greenwich 1700 1701 

Edith 

Edgar Place 

Lombard 1800 1801 

Whiting ; 

Cl,r.-fnut 1900 1901 

Pfeiffer ■ 

Francisco 20011 2001 

Bav 2100 2101 

NorthPoint 2200 2201 

Beach (e) (e) 

Grant Place, from S s Folsoni bet 

Fremont and First 
Grattan, from Clayton nr Alma Av, W 

to Stanvan 
Great Highway. SeeOcean Boulevard 
Greece, from Knight's Place N W 
Green, from the bay bet Vallejo and 
Union, W to Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

East North and Davis. 2 1 

Front 

Battery 100 101 



Ga 



200 201 



Kearny 400 401 

Sonora 

Lafayette Place — — 

Grant Avenue 500 501 

Bannam Place 

Union Place 

Price Row 

Montgomery Avenue. . . . 

Stockton 600 601 

Powell 700 701 

August -Alley ■ " 

MSra, 800 801 

Taylor'.' 900 901 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

New Orleans Avenue — 

Hamlin 

Hyde 1200 1201 

West End Alley — — 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1K01 

Luguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devisadero 2600 2001 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2S00 2S01 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Green Place, from N s Green bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 

Green's Court, from N s Howard bet 
Steuart and Spear 

Greenwich, from the bay bet Filbert 
and Lombard, W to Presidio 
Reservation 

Cress Sts. 

East North 

Battery 



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100 101 

200 201 

Pringle Court ~7 

Montgomery 300 301 

Kearny... 400 401 

'lrlrLM-illlh PllU'l' 

Gran. Avenue 500 501 



Krat 



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600 601 



Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 

Vincent 

Kohler's Place 



Stockti 

Bond Alley .... 

1'owell 700 701 

Gaven Tlaee 

Greenwich Alley ' 

Montgomery Avenue 

Mason 800 801 

Hartman 

Jansen „ „„, 

Taylor 900 901 

to" b "x» 100 ° 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Randall Place — ; 

Hvde 1200 1201 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Blaekstone 

Imperial Avenue 

Gough 1700 1701 

Oetavia 1800 1S01 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Rola Court — — ; 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 22H1 

Steiner 2300 230 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

l>e\isadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

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Greenwich Place, from X s Greenwich 
bet Powell ami Mason, N to 
Lombard 

Grenada (South S. F.'l. See Twenty- 
third Av South 

Grimm's Place, from S s Pacific bet 
Hyde and Larkin 

Grove, from W s Larkin bet Haws 
and Fulton, W to Stanyi 



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Larkin 
Polk... 

Van Ness Avenue 200 

Franklin 300 

Cough 400 

Octavia 500 

Laguna 600 

Buchanan 700 

Webster 800 

Fillmore 000 



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Vlaino Square 

Scotl 1200 1201 

llevisadero 1300 1301 

Roderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon . . '« K) llifl1 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue l s,,(l 'sill 

Uiburv 1.900 1901 

Clavton 20(111 2001 

Cole 



Haight, from junction Market, and 
(lough, bet Waller and l'age, W 
to Stanvan 

Cross SU. N. S. 

Market and Gougb 2 1 

Central Court 

Ortavia 100 101 

Laguna 200 20 

Buchanan 300 301 

Webster 400 401 

Fillmore 500 501 

Steiner 000 001 

Pierce .700 701 

Sm. i S00 S01 

Uevisa.lero 900 001 

Brodcrick 1000 1001 

Buena Vista Avenue (o) 

Baker 1100 (o) 

Lyon 1200 (o) 

Buena Vista Avenue. 1299 

Central Avenue 1300 1301 



2200 2201 

Stanyan.. (e) (e) 

Guadalupe (South S. F.). See Thir- 
tieth Av South 
Guatemala (South S. F.). See Forty- 
second Av South 
Guerrero, from S s Market bet \ aleucia 

and Dolores, S to San .lose \v 

Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Duboce Avenue 100 101 

Clinton Park 



Fourteenth 200 

Fifteenth 300 

Sixteenth 400 

Gaiser Court 

Camp ~~ 

Seventeenth 500 

Dorland 

Eighteenth «K) 

Nineteenth 700 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 

Liberty 

nty-first 900 



.'III 



901 



Hill. 



ond. 



. 1000 1001 



Twenty-si 

Alvarado - 

Twenty-third H0O 1101 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth. 1300 1301 



Twenty- 
Duncan 



cnth . 



1500 1501 



Ma; 

Ashlmn 

Clayton 

Cole 

Shrader 

Stanvan 



.1400 1401 

1500 1501 

.1600 11101 

1700 1701 

1S0O 1S01 

(c) (e) 

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Harlem Alley, from N s O'Farrell bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Harold Avenue (Lake View), from 

Getz nr Grafton Av N to Ocean Av 
Harper (Fairmount Tract, late Bart- 

lett), from Thirtieth nr Noe. S to- 

Laidlev 
Harriet, from S s Howard bet Sixth and 

Sim nth, S E to point S of Brannan 
Harriman Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 

Tract) from San Bruno Av S h, 



emy Tract), from N 
uet Crokeand Norton 
e bay bet Folsom and 
,V and S to Ripley 



Hale, from W s San Bn 

Islais Creek 
Hall Alley, from S s Vallejo bet San- 
some and Montgomery 
Hall Court, from W s Grant Av bet 

Washington and Jackson 
Hall Place, from X s Jackson bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Halleck, from W s Front bet Cahlornia 

and Sacramento. W to Leid-doill 
Hamburg (Sunnvside), from Flood Av 

W of Genesee, X to Melrose Ax- 
Hamilton (University Homestead). 

from S s Silver Av S to Mnnsell 
Hamilton Avenue, bet Burnside and 

Clinton Ave, from Glen Av S to 

Mangels Av 
Hamilton Square, bet Steiner, Scott, 

Geary and Post 
Hamilton (Keis Tract) from Arleta Av 

N to Bow 
Hamlin, from X s Green bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 
Hammond Place, from S s Townsend 

bet-Second and Third, S E to King 
Hampshire, from Division bet Potrero 
Av and York. S to Serpentine Av 



Harrington i Vc 

W sMissio 

Harrison, from 
Bryant, S 

Cross Sit. 

Steuart 2 

Spear 100 

Main 200 

Beale 300 

Fremont 400 

First 500 

Rincon Place 

Stanlv Place 

Charles Place 

Second . 600 

Vassar Place 

Hawthorne 

Hamptoi Court 

Third 700 

Ritch 

Fourth 800 

Firth 900 

Madison Avenue 

Dak Grove Avenue. ... 

Morris Avenue 

xth .1000 



iSfs. 



W. 



Langton 

Chesley...... . . 

Mariposa Terra c 
Havward 
Eighth 
Gordon... 



.1200 1201 
'1300 1301 



eighth 1000 11301 

San Jose Avenue (e) (e) 

Guiana (South S. F.). Sec Thirty- 
second Av South 
Gundlach, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Gunnison Avenue (Bernal Heights, now 

Harrison), from S s l'recita Av bet 

Alabama and Treat Av 
Gutenberg (West End Homestead'), 

S E of Mission nr County Line 
Guy Place, from W s First bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
H. from First Av S of Golden Gate Park 

W to the ocean 
H South, from India S W to County 

Line 
Hahn, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

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Division .2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth Co) 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 ,'i0 1 

Eighteenth 000 001 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 S01 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second .1000 1001 

Twenty-third.. 1100 1101 

Twentv-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth. 1300 1301 

Serpentine Avenue (e) (e) 

Hampton Court, from X s Harrison bet 

Hawthorne and Third 
Hampton Place, from S s Folsom bet 

Hawthorne and Third 
Hancock, from W s Church bet Eight- 
eenth and Nineteenth, W to Noe 
Hanna, from Pope W nr County Line 
Hanover (West End Homestead), S E 

of Mission nr County Line 
Hardie Place, from E s Kearny bet 

Sutter and Bush 

Hardy, from S s Sixteenth bet Church 

and Sanchez, S to Seventeenth 

Harkness Avenue (Reis Tract) from W s 

San Bruno Av. bet Wilde Av and 

Ankeny 

Harlan Place, from W s Grant Av bet 

itter and Bush 



Ninth 

Dore 

Tenth.. .-- 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh ..1500 1501 

Norfolk - 

Twelfth 1BO0 - 

Thirteenth 1700 — 

Fourteenth 1800 — 

Alameda ■ 1801 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth - -2000 2001 

Division 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Mariposa .' 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 2500 2.501 

Twenty-second ..2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twentv-fourth 2S00 2S01 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twcntv-sixth 3000 3001 

\ rmy ' 3100 3101 

Precita Avenue 3200 3201 

Norwich 3300 3301 

Ripley (e) (e 

Harrison Avenue (late Bruce Place), 
from S s Folsom bet Seventh and 
Eighth 
Harry (Fairmount Tract), from Laidles 

to Beacon 
Harry Place, from E s laguna bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Hart, E of San Bruno Av nr County 

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Hartford, from S s Seventeenth 1 



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Hartman. from X e Greenwich bet 

Mason and Tavlor, X to Mont- 
gomery Av 
Harvard (University Homestead). Iron, 

S 8 Silver Av bet Oxford and 

Oambter S to Olmstead 
Harwood Alley, from S s Filbert bet 

Kearnv and Grant Av 
Hartie, from Corbett Av W of Clara Av 

S to Eighteenth 
Havelock (late Henry), from San Jose 

Av nr Oeean Av W 
Havens, from W s Leavenworth bet 

Union and Filbert 
Hawthorne, from S s Howard bet 

Second and Third, S F. to Harrison 
Hayes, from junction Market and Lar- 

kin, bet Fell and Grove, W to 

Stanyan 

Cross Sis. a- °. 

Market and Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 10 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 



Heron, from W s Mariposa Terrace bet 

Folsom and Harrison S 1\ to 

Eighth 
Heyman Avenue, from Prospect Av fc> 

of Virginia Av 
Hickory Avenue, from W s VmS-s 

Av bet Oak and Fell, \\ to Web- 



ster. 



X. 



(e) 



Go 



400 401 



i ictavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 001 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Steiner <o) 100 

Tierce (o> 1101 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devisadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

I yo „ 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue 1X00 lsbl 

^shbury 1900 im 

Clayton 2000 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

Stanyan <e) (e) 

Hayward, from S s Harrison bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Head (City Land Association Tract), 
W of San Jose Av nr County Line 
Hearst. See Lake View Av 
Hearst Avenue (Sunnysidc late Moulton 
\v), from Circular Av bet Sunny- 
side and Flood Avs W to Ham- 
burg 
Heath, from S s Cortland Av bet Lee 

and Peralta Av 
Hecker, from Fifteenth Av South W to 

Barneveld Av 
Helen, from S s California bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde. 
Helena (South S. F.). E of San Bruno 



Av nr Silv 



Avs 



Av 



Henrietta (now Eugenia Avenue), from 
Prospect Av E to Xorth Av 

Henrietta Square, from E s Eleventh 
bet Howard and Folsom 

Henry, from W s Sanchez bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth, to point W 
of Castro 

Henry (University Homestead) see 
Felton 

Hermann, from West Mission bet 
Brady and Duboce Av W to 
Steiner 

Cross Sts. X. S. 



Stevenson 

Valencia 100 101 

Elgin Park 

Market 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Church 

Fillmore 600 601 

Steiner (e) (e) 



Cross Sis. 

Van Ness Avenue 2 

Franklin 100 

Cough 200 

Octavia 300 

Laguna 400 

Buchanan 500 

Webster (e) 

Hioh. from Twenty-fifth W of Hellevue 

S to Twenty-sixth 
Highland Avenue (kite Plymouth Av), 
from S. P. R. K. nr Charles E to 
Hollv Park Ay- 
Highland Avenue. X of Romain. Sec 

Glendale. 
Hilirtas. (Glen Park) from Arbor N to 

Diamond 

Hill from W R Valencia bet Wenty-hrst 

and Twentv-sccorul, W to Castro 

'rossSts N. S. 

Val »a.. 2 1 



n oc .500 501 

Castro:.: (c) (c) 

Himmelmann Place, from X s Pacific bet 

Mason and Tavlor. X to Broadway 

Hinckley, from Kearny bet Broadway 

and Vallejo. W to Grant Av 
Hinckley Place, from E s Kearny opp 

Hinckley 
Hobart Alley, from E s Taylor bet Post 

and Sutter 
Hodges Alley, from X s Vallejo bet 

Sansomc and Montgomery 
Hoff Avenue, from S s Sixteenth bet 
Mission and Valencia, S to Seven- 
teenth 
Hoffman Avenue (late Ellen), from S s 
Twenty-second bet Douglass and 
Bellevuc, S to Thirtieth 
Hoffmann, E of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Holladay Avenue ( Urmal Heights, late 
California Av), from Army nr San 
Bruno Av s to Cortland Av 
Hollis. from X s Ellis bet Buchanan 

and Webster, X to O'Farrell 
Holloway Avenue (Lake View), from 

Harold Av W to Arlington Av 
Holly, bom Mission nr Highland Av, 

SE to Crescent Av 
Holly Park, E of Mission bet Cortland 

and Crescent Avs 
Holly Park Avenue (late Park Av). 

surrounding Holly Park 
Holyoked'nivorsin Homestead), from 

S s Silver Av S to Mansell 
Homer (late Maria), from Chesley bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Homestead, from S s Twenty-fourth 
bet Douglass and Hoffman Av b 
to Clipper 
Honduras (South S. F.), see First Av 

South 
Hood Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 
Tract) from nr San Bruno Av 1. to 
Nueva Av 
Hooker Alley, from E s Mason bet Bush 

and Pine 
Hooper, from the bay bet Channel and 
Irwin, S W to Eighth (closed E 
of Sixth) , 

Hope (Bernal Heights, now Rutledge 
Av) from Holladay Av N W to 
Franconia Av 
Hopeton Terrace, from S s Wash 



Hopkins Avenue, from 


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Twenty-third N W 


to Lincoln 


Horace Alley, from 1\ 


enty-fiftn 


Folsom and Shotwc 


IStoTwe 


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Houston, from W s Montgomery 


bet Chestnut and 


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Howard, from the bay bet Mission 


Folsom, S \\ and 


S to Twc 


sixth 




Cross Sis. 




East Soutli 




Steuart 




Green's Court 




Spear 


100 


Mail, 






...300 




. 400 




500 








... 600 


New Montgomery 














. 800 






... 900 






Sixth 


...1000 


Harriet 












Seventh 


.1100 
















1200 




1300 


Washington Avenue 












1400 




1500 






Twelfth 


1600 



w. 



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Toiiningsen Place 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Fourteenth . 1800 1801 

Fifteenth... 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Redwood Court 

Seventeenth 2100 210 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 230 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 25011 2.i01 

Twentv-seennd 2600 2(01 

Twentv-thrd 2700 270 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2x01 

Twenty-fifth 2(11X1 2901 

Twentv-sixth (e) (e) 

Howard Court, from X s Howard bel 

Fourth and Fifth 
Howth, from S s Ocean Av W of San 

Jose Av 
HoytUicis Tract) bet Fay and Elliot 

from Teddy Av N to Oneota 
Hubbard (now Hawthorne), from S s 
Howard bet Second and Third 
S to Folsom 
Hubbell.from the bay nr Irwin S \\ to 

Sixteenth (closed E o! Sixth) 
Hudson, from Channel nr Fourth. S E 

to South (closed) 

Hugo, from First Av bet H and I, « 

to Seventh Av 
Hulbert Alley, from N s Clary bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Humboldt, from the bay bet Twenty - 
second and Twenty-third, W to 
San Bruno Av 
Hunt, from E s Third bet Mission and 

Howard 
Hunter, W of San Bruno Av nr head 
Islais Creek 



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Hunters Point, from 

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Hyde, from N s McAllister bet Le 



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MeUlister 2 

Golden Gate Avenue 100 

Turk 2O0 

Hvile Dace 

Eddy 



400 401 
501 



Ellis.... 

<>• Parrel 500 

Geary 600 oui 

Post". 700 701 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

California HOO 1101 

Hyde Terrace 7777 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Troy Alley 

Clay " 1300 1301 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson 1500 15) 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Pr.ilwin 1700 1701 

Vallejo.. 1800 1*01 

Green WOO 1901 

I lelgado Place 

Russell 

Vernon Place 7777 

Union 2000 2001 

Allen 

Lincoln Place 

Lilbcrt 2100 2101 

f r , enKich mc :;;:; 

Lombard 2300 230 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Francisco 2500 2501 

Bay....,'..: 2000 2601 

Borgin Alley 

NorthPoint 2700 270 

Beach 2800 280 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Hyde Place, from W s Hyde bet Turk 
and Eddy , „ ,. 

Hyde Terrace, from E s Hyde bet Cah- 
ifornia and Sacramento 

1, from First Ay S of H. W to the ocean. 

I South, from India S W to County 

Idaho (Bernal Heights, now Bradford), 
from Powhattan S to Cortland Av 
Idaho (South S. F.), from the bay S to 
«■ India Basin 
Idalene (closed), W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Illinois, from tin- hay bet Michigan and 

Kentucky, S to First Av South 
Imperial Avenue, from S s Greenwich 

bet Franklin and Cough 
India (South S. F.), N, S and W s of 

India Basin 
India Avenue (Excelsior Homestead), 

from Silver Av nr Lisbon 
Indiana, from South bet Minnesota and 

Iowa, S to Tulare 
Ion (University Homestead) from 

Bacon S to Dwight 
Iowa, from Sixteenth bet Indiana and 

Pennsylvania Av, S of Tulare 
Iron Alley, from Caselli and Falcon Ays 

S to Lincoln Av 
Irwin, from the bay bet Hooper and 
Hubbell, SW to Eighth (closed E 
of Sixth) 
Isabel (Bernal Heights), from Wolfe 

S E to Rutledge Av 
Isis, from S s Twelfth bet Folsom * 

Harrison, to Thirteenth 
Islais (South S. F.), from the bay along 

S s Islais Creek 
Islais (now Springdale) from W s Mis- 
sion S of Bosworth 
Italy Avenue (Excelsior Homestead), 
ta> from E s Mission S of France Av 



Ivy Avenue, from W s Polk bet Hayes 

and Grove, W to Webster (The 

buildings on this street from 

Gough W are incorrectly num- 
bered) 

Cross SU. N. S. 

Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough (400)300 301 

(let, via (500)400 401 

Laguna (600) 500 501 

Buchanan (700) 600 601 

Webster (e) (e) 



Ivy Terrace, from W s Salina Place nr 

California 
J, from Fifth Av S of I, W to the ocean. 
J South, from First Av South S W to 

Forty-ninth Av South 
Jackson, from the bay bet. Washington 

and Pacific, W to First Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 50 ol 

Davis 100 10 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Custom House Place. 



Jane Place ( now Pine Place), from N s 
Pine bet Mason and Taylor 

Jansen, from N s Greenwich bet Mason 
and Taylor, N to Lombard 

Japan, from S s Brannan bet First and 
Second, S E to Townsend 

Japan Avenue, now Avalon Avenue 

Jarnac, W s San Jose Av N E of Pauld- 

Jasper Place, from N s Union bet Grant 

Av and Stockton, N to Filbert 
Java (South S. F.). See Twenty-first 

Av South 
Java, from Buena Vista Av S W to 

Masonic Av 
Jefferson, from the bay N of Beach, 

W to Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts N- 3- 

PoweU (0) 1 

Mason (°) 101 

Taylor <= ?1 



Sansc 



400 401 



Jones Alley -—77 

Montgomery 500 

Montgomery Avenue 

Kearny 600 

Cooper Alley 

Washington Alley 

Bartlett Alley - 

Grant Avenue 700 

St. Louis Alley 

Jackson Court 

Stout's Alley 

Duncombe Alley - 

Stockton 800 801 

Bedford Place 

Trenton 

Stone 

pcSi^:::::::::::: 900 is 
SaS" lley .v.::::::::::lS ion 

Marcv Place 

Tavir:::::::::::::::noo TToT 

tones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Hall Place 

Wall Place „„ 7— 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Hrkin"" 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Ness Avenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 JS01 

Gough 1900 1901 

!,,.,.„„ 2000 2001 

Lagla .::::.:: 2100 21m 

Buchanan 22O0 2201 

Wcb.-tcr 2300 2301 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Stei.ier 2500 (o) 

Pierce 2600 (o) 

Scott 2"00 2'B1 

Devisadero 2800 2S01 

Broderick 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lvon 3100 3101 

Presidio Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut 3300 3301 

Laurel 3400 3401 

Locust 3500 3501 

-i„rucc 3600 3601 

Mapic.:::: 3700 3701 

Cherry 3800 3801 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Jackson Park, bet Seventeenth, Mari- 
posa, Arkansas and Carolina. 
Jamaica (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
sixth Av South 
James (South S. F.). See C South 



irth. 



(c) (c) 



Leavenwo 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Polk 

Van Ness Avenue 

Government Reservation! 200 l.'Ol 

Laguna 1200 1201 

Buchanan 1300 301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1500 1501 

Steiner 1600 1601 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Scott 1800 1S01 

Devisadero 1900 190 

Broderick 2000 2001 

Baker 2100 2101 

Lyon (e) M 

Jefferson Avenue (Bernal Heights)' 
from Andover Av E to San Bruno 
Av 
Jefferson Square, bet Gough, Laguna, 

Golden Gate Av and Eddy 
Jerome Alley, from S b Pacific bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Jersey, from W s Dolores bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth, W to 
Douglass 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Dolores * * 

Chattanooga 

Church 100 101 

Vicksburg 

Sanchez 200 



300 301 
400 401 



Castro 

Diamond 500 

Douglass (e) 

Jessie, from W s First bet Market and 
Mission, S W to point S of Her- 
mann 
Cross Sts. N. 

First 2 

Ecker 

New Anthony 

Second 100 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Third to 

Fourth 300 

Fifth (e) 

Mint Avenue 

Sixth 5Q0 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 

Hermann.'.: '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ...1300 1301 
Jessie, from Thirteenth to Fourteenth. 

See W r oodward's Av 
Jessie, from Sycamore Av to Twenty- 
first. See San Carlos Av 
John, from Ws Powell bet Jackson and 
Pacific, W to Mast 



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Johnston Avenu«, from S s Point Lobos 
Av bet Parker and Henderson Avs 

Joice. from N 6 Pine bet Stockton and 
Powell N to California 

Jones, from N a Market bet Taylor and 
Leavenworth, N to the bay 

Cross Stl. E - w - 

Market and McAllister... 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. .. . 100 101 

Turk 20 ° 201 

McDermott Place — 

Eddv ' m 301 

ffi:::: «o m 

Antonio 

Steveloe Place — 

O'Farrell 500 501 

Gaafy «» ™ 

Maggie Alley 

?ost tosePlaw :::::::::.'7oo to 

Le^Piacc...........^ m 

™f aPk: ' : ' «oo lo. 

p." n s " 1000 1001 

California'.'.'.':! "00 1101 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

c™ ::::::::i3oo »> 

Washimrto'n 1400 1401 

lackin . 1500 1601 

Pacific ::::: i«» i«>i 

":::::::::i7oo noi 



K South, from First Av South S VV to 

Railroad Av 
Kansas, from Division hot Ithnd. 

Island aDd Vermont, b to Preeits 

Creek 
Kansas (South S. F.). See Laytou 
Kappeler Court, from W a Mason bet 

Geary and Post 
Kaskaskia (South S. P.) 
Kate, from : 

Eighth 
Kearny, from N 



... See D South 
j Bryant bet Seventh and 



g iSS SB 

union" ':::::::::.'.::: 2ooo 2001 

Filbert.. 2100 2101 

.'relmwlth ' 3200 2201 

' , rd 2300 2301 

chestnut.".::::: 2400 2m 

F^nSo.v.:::::::::::2ooo 2501 

Montgomery Avenue... . 26(x) ^ 

North Point gM gjjl 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson (<0 W 

Jones Alley, from Washington bet, San- 
soine and Montgomery, N to 
Jackson 
Joost Avenue (Sunnysidcl from I ircu- 
lar Av and Diamond, W to Ham- 
Jordan Avenue (late Merrifield), from S 
s California bet Commonwealth 
and Michigan Avs, S to Point 
Lobos Av 
Josephine, from Laurel Hill Cemetery 
bet Presidio Av and Eugenie, S to 
Point Lobos Av 
Josiah Avenue, bet Margaret and Lee 

Avs crossing I,ake View Av 
Joy (Bernal Heights), from Holladay 

Av to Brewster 
Jules Avenue, from Lake View Av -N 

to Ocean Av 
Julia, from S s Mission bet Seventh and 

Eighth 
Julian Avenue (late First Av), from b 
a Fourteenth bet Mission and 
Valencia, S to Sixteenth 
Julias, from N s Lombard bet Kearny 

and Grant Av 
Juniper, from 8 a Folsom bet Tenth 

and Eleventh, S K b. Bryant 
Juno, from Sixteenth W of Clara Av S 

to Lower Terrace 
Juno (Silver Terrace, now Diana), from 

Thornton Av to Williams Av 
Jupiter (Silver Terrace, late Vulcan), 
from Thornton Av S to\\ illiams \v 
Juri, from San Jose Av W bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-sixth 
K, from Fourth Av S of J, W to the 



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700 (o) 
800 S01 

900 noi 



.1100 1101 



.1200 1201 



Market bet Mont- 
gomery and Grant Av, N to the bay 
Cross SU. \ W ; 

Market and Geary '- ' 

Urdon Square Av — m 

VcrNehr Place 

Sutter 

HardieFlace 

Bush 

Pine 

Summer 

California 

Sacramento 

Commercial 

Clay 

Merchant 

Washington 

Jackson 

Montgomery Avenue .... 

Pacific '000 1001 

St. Charles Place 

Broadway 

Dunne's Alley... 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 

^en uton :°:::::::::::i3oo i»» 

•'.,„, 1400 1401 

; ,.,,■ 1500 1501 

,.;.,:.: ic h 1600 Kim 

i i i: ;,-d :::::: noo i-oi 

is- ss '.Si 

Bay 2000 '001 

NorthPoint (e) (e) 

Kennebec (now Folsom), from S s 

Cortland Av bet Gale-; and banks 
Kent, from W s Mason bet Union and 

Filbert 
Kent, W of Castro. See Sussex. . 

Kentucky, from the bay bet Illinois 

and Tennessee, S to Second Av 

South . . , . 

Kentucky Place, from Kentucky bet 



Kramer Place, from S s Greenwich bet 
Grant Av and Stockton 

Krausgrill Alley, from N a Filbert bet 
Dupont and Stockton 

L, from Serpentine Road S of R, « to 
the ocean n , „ m . 

L South, from First Av South h W to 
Twenty-seventh Av South and 
from Salinas Av to San Bruno Av 

La Grande Avenue (Em-elsjor Home- 
stead), from Silliman and Madison 
SW 

Lafayette, from S s Mission bet Elev- 
enth and Twelfth, S E to Howard 

Lafayette Park, bet Cough, Laguna, 
Sacramento and Washington 

Lafayette Place, from N s Green t» i 
Kearny and Grant Av, N to Union 

Laguna, from N s Market bet Octavi 



and Buchanan, N to the bay 
■toss SU. e - 

Market and Hermann.. i 

Waller J00 

Haight 200 

Rose Avenue 

Page. oW 

Lilv Avenue 

Oak 400 

Hickory Av 
Fell. 



W. 



500 501 



(c) 1001 

. (o) 1101 

. I20O 1201 

: 1300 1301 



enty-first and Twenty-second 
W to Minnesota _ „ 

Keyes Alley, from Paeihc N bet Powell 

and Mason 
Kimball Place, from Sacramento bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde S and N 
King, from the bay bet Townsend and 

Berry, S W to Division 
Cross Sift =. N. 

Second 100 101 

Hammond Place — ; 

Third 20° 

Fourth 300 

Fifth fOO 

SkA-; $?. 

Seventh <**l 

Division ( e ) 

Kingston, from \V s Mission bet, Thir- 
tieth and Brook 
Kissling, from W s Eleventh bet How- 
ard and Folsom, W to Twelfth 
Knights' Place (West End Tract), from 

Mohawk Av W of Mission 
Knox (University Homestead), from S 
a Felton bet Madison and Mans- 
field 
Kohler's Place, from S a Green bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Kosciusko (Denial Heights, now An- 
derson), from S s Cortland Av E 
of Moultrie 
Kossuth. E of San Bruno Av nr lslaia 



301 



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Linden Avenue 

Hayes «" 

Ivy Avenue • 

Grove '"" 

Birch Avenue " 

Fulton °°0 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister OOO 

Locust Avenue " 

Golden Gate Avenue.... (c) 

Turk 

Eddy.' 

Willow Avenue 
Ellis 

cS enuc .V... 

c!^: Wcuu ' '':: ..:::■:«« .501 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1600 IbOl 

Ewing Place - 

Walnut Avenue - 

K„ tt< . r 1700 U01 

Pi". 1900 1901 

California »00 3001 

Sacramento Jo) -10 

Clav l°i - •" 

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Pacifio Avenue 2SUU -.>» 

Broadway MM M0 

Vdleio 270U 2701 

Green 2X00 2S01 

Union". 2900 MOl 

Filbert 3000 3000 

"re^r" ":::::::3ioo 31m 

Lombard.:'.'.: JT20J) 3201 

Chestnut 3300 (ft 

Francisco <" 



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NorthPoint (o) 

Beach W) 



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3601 
B701 

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3001 

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Tonquin 

Lewis 

Lahaina (South S. F.). Sec Nineteenth 

Av South 
Laidley (Fairmount lract), from S s 

Thirtieth bet Noe and Castro 
Lake, from First Av N of California W 
to Thirty-third Av ; ^ o 

Cross St#. 

First Avenue . . 
Second 
Third. " 
Fourth. " 
Fifth " 



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200 201 



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Sixth Avenue 500 

Seventh" 600 



Eighth 
Ninth " 
Tenth " 
Eleventh" 
Twelfth " 



800 801 

.... 900 901 
. .1000 1001 

1100 1101 

Lake Vtew Avenue (Lake View), from 
San Jose Av N W and W to Ar- 
lington Av 
Landers, from S e Fourteenth bet 
Dolores and Church, S to Fifteenth 
and from Albert AUey to Sixteenth 
Langton, from S e Howard bet Seventh 
and Eighth, S E to point S of 
Bcannao 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Howard 2 1 

Folsoro. 



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Bryant 300 

Brannan 400 

Lapidge, from S 8 Eighteenth bet. 
Valencia and Guerrero S to Nine- 
teenth 
Larkin, from N s Market bet Hyde and 

Polk, N to the bav 

Cross Sit. E. W. 

Market and Hayes 2 

(Sty Hall Avenue 

Grave 101 

Biroh Avenue — — 

Fulton 201 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 300 301 

l>ocust Avenue 

*J»ldenGaU> Avenue... 400 401 

Turk 500 501 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 600 601 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 700 701 

Olive Avenue — — ■ 

Larkin " — — - 

O'Farrell 800 801 

Myrtle Avenue 

Gears' 900 901 

Cedar Avenue 

Post :-1000 1001 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1100 1101 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1200 1201 

Eureka Place 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1300 1301 

California 1400 1401 

Saoramento 1500 1501 

fHav 1600 1001 

Washington 1700 1701 

.lackson 1800 1S01 

Pacific Avenue 1900 1901 

Broadway 2000 2001 

Vallcjo..' 2100 2101 

Green .2200 2201 

Rockland 

Union 2300 2301 

Filbert 2400 2401 

Greenwich 2500 2501 

Lombard 2600 2601 

Chestnut 2700 2701 

Francisco 2S00 2X01 

Bav.-.' 2900 2901 

NorthPoint 3000 .'Mill 

Beach 3100 3101 

Jefferson 3200 3201 

Tonquin (e) (e) 

Larkin Avenue, from E s Larkin bet 
FJKe and O'Farrell 

Laskie, from N e Mission bet Eighth 
and Ninth 

Latham Place, from W s Mason bet 
Ellin and O" Fan-ell 

Latona (Silver Terrace), from Bay 
View bet Railroad Av and Po- 
mona S to Thornton Av 



Laura (West End Tract), bet Sherman 
and Farnigut Avs from Mission N 
W to Huron Av 
Laura Place, from S s Pine bet San- 
some and Montgomery 
Laurel, from Pacific \v bet Walnut and 

Locust, S to California 
Cross Sts. , E. TV. 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

Californa (e) (e) 

Laurel Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 

Turk and Eddy, (Entrance to 

buildings on first block is from 

Turk W of Larkin) 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Cough (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Lagima (c) (c) 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Laurel Place, from W s First bet Fol- 

som and Harrison, S W to Essex 
Laussat Avenue, from W s Bni-liaiian 
bet W : aller and Height W to 
Steiner 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Buchanan 2 1 

Webster (c) (c) 

Fillmore 200 201 

Steiner (e) (e) 

Lawrence Place, from E s Fremont bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Layton (South S. F.), from Silver Av 

E of Conkling 
Leavenworth, from N s McAllister bet 

Jones and Hvde, N to the bay 
Cross SJs. E. W. 

McAllister 2 1 

Golden Gat* Avenue.... 100 101 

Burcham Place ■ 

Turk 200 201 

Leonard Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Ellis 400 401 

O'Farrell 500 



600 001 
700 701 



Post 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

Calilornia 1100 1101 

Acorn Alley 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Clav 1300 1301 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson '500 1-501 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Lynch 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 1701 

Clover 



1900 1901 

Lincoln 

Union 2000 2001 

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Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 220(1 2201 

loinbard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 24(H) 2401 

Francisco 2500 2501 

Bay 2600 2601 

NorthPoint... 2700 2701 
Montgomery Avenue 

Beach 2100 2S0I 

Jefferson 2900 2901 

Ledyard (late Emma), from Silver Av 
nr Scott Av S E 

Lee (Bernal Heights), from S s Cort- 
land Av nr Heath 



Lee Avenue (Lake View), from Lake 
View Av W to Ocean Av 

Leidesdorff, from N s Pine bet San6ome 
and Montgomery, N to Clay 

Cross Sh. E. 



Pin 



101 



(e) 



Calilornia 100 

Halleck 

Sacramento 200 

Commercial 

Clay (e) 

Leland Avenue, bet Raymond and Vis- 
itacion Avs, from San Bruno Av 
W to Spreckels 
Lena Place, from E s Illinois bet. Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-first 
Leonard Place, from W s Leavenworth 

bet Turk and Eddy 
Leroy Place, from Sacramento bet 
Jones and Leavenworth S and N 
Lnsing, W of Mission nr County Line 
Levant, from Masonic Av nr Congress 
Lewis, from W s Polk bet Tonquin and 
the bay, W to Presidio Reserva- 
tion 
Lewis Place, W s Taylor bet Post and 

Sutter, W to Jones 
Lexington Avenue (late Stevenson), 
from Sycamore Av bet Valencia 
and Mission, S to Twenty-first 
Cross Sts. 



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Eighteenth 100 

Nineteenth 200 

Twentieth 300 

Twenty-first (e) 

Liberty, from W s Valencia bet Tv 
tieth and Twenty-first, W 
Castro 
Cross Sis. 
Valencia .... 



100 



101 



Dolores 200 

Church 300 301 

Sam-he? 4O0 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro (e) (e) 

Lick, from W s Taylor bet Union and 
Filbert 

Lick Alley from W s First bet Jessie 
and Mission 

Lick Place, from N s Post bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, N to Sutter 

Lida Place, from S s Fifteenth bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia, S to Sixteenth 

Liebig, from Mission N W, nr County 
Line 

Lilac Alley, from S s Twenty-fourth bet 
Capp and Mission S to Twenty- 
sixth 

Lily Avenue, from W s Franklin bet 
Page and Oak 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Franklin 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Oetavia 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Lily Terrace, from W 8 Powell bet. 
Bush and Pine 

Lincoln, from W s Taylor bet Green and 
Union, W to Leavenworth 

Lincoln (Bernal Heights), see Eugenia 
Av 

Lincoln Avenue, from Belgrave Av nr 
Clarendon Av S to Melrose Av 

Lincoln Place, from E s Fremont bet 
Howard and Fob om 

Lincoln Place, from E s Hvde bet Union 
and Filbert 

Linden Avenue, from point E of Van 
Ness Av bet Fell and Hayes, W to 
Webster 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Avenue 100 101 



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Oetavia 400 

Laguna . 500 



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Buchanan 600 601 

Webster (e) (e) 

Lippard Avenue (Glen Park Terrace) bet, 
Fulton and Clinton Avs N E and S 
W of Berkshire, from Glen Av S 
Lisbon (Excelsior Homeseod), from 

Silver Av S W to Amaron 
Lizzie, from Mission bet Eugenia and 
Cortland Avs, S E to Prospect Av 
Llewellyn, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Lloyd, from W s Scott bet Thirteenth 

and Waller, W to Devisodero 
Lobos ( Railroad Homestead), W of San 

.lose Av nr County Line 
Lobot Square, bet Laguna, Webster, 

Chestnut and Bay 
Locust, from Presidio Reservation bet 
Laurel and Spruce S to California 
Cross Sta. , E. W. 

Presidio Reservation. . 2 

Jacskon 100 100 

Washington 200 201 

Clay..:. 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Locust Avenue, from W 8 Larkin bet 

McAllister and Golden Gate Av, W 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue .... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (c) (e) 

Octavia (c) Jc) 

laguna 6T 

Loetir, W of San Bruno Av 

Line 
Logan (University Homestead), from 

La Grande Av W of Saratoga 
Lombard, from the bay bet Greenwich 
and Chestnut, W to Presidio 
Reservation 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

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Lott, see Central Avenue 

Lottt, from Parnassus Av bet Stany: 



101 



■ County 



„.;d WiUard S to Woodland Av 
Louisa (now Shipley), from Elizabeth 
PI bet Folsom and Harrison W to 
Fourth 
Louisa Alley, from N s Shipley E of 

Fourth 
Louisburg, W of San Jose Av nr San 

Miguel 
Louisiana, from the bay bet Maryland 

and Georgia, S to First Av South 
Lowell, from E e Mission nr County 

Line 
Lowell Terrace (Park Lane Tract) from 

N s Seventeenth nr Ashbury, also 

called Lower Terrace 
Luck, from Loomis E to Orleans 
Lucky Avenue, from S s Twenty-fourth 

bet Treat Av and Folsom S to 

Twenty-fifth 
Lucy, see De Long Av 
Lucy (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 

Av bet Railroad Av and Ceres, S 

to Williams Av 
Lulu, from Genessee S of Thirty-third 

W r to Hamburg 
Lundy's Lane (Bernal Heights), from 

Coso Av bet California and Pros- 
pect Avcs, S W to Virginia Av 
Lusk Alley, from Clyde nr Townsend 

W to Crooks 
Lyell (Spring Valley Homestead), from 

Bosworth W of Rotteok S to 

Springdale 
Lynch, from W 8 Leavenworth bet 

Pacific and Broadway, W to 

Hyde 
Lyon, from N s Haight W of Baker N 

to the bay 



San* 



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Montgomery 200 

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Grant Avenue 400 401 

Wells Court 

Stockton 500 501 

Lombard Alley 

Powell 600 601 

Greenwich Alley 

Mason 700 701 

Newell 

Montgomery Avenue.. 

.lansen ' 

Taylor 800 801 

Jones 900 901 

Leavenworth 1000 1001 

Hvde 1100 1101 

Larkin 1200 1201 

Polk 1300 1301 

Van Ness Avenue 1400 1401 

Franklin 1500 1501 

Gough ..1600 1601 

Octavia 1700 1701 

Laguna 1800 1801 

Buchanan 1900 1901 

Webster 2000 2001 

Fillmore 2100 2101 

Steiner 2200 2201 

Pierce 2300 2301 

Scott :....240O 2401 

Devisadero 2500 2501 

Broderick 2600 2601 

Baker 2700 2701 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Lombard Alley, from S s Lombard bet 

Stockton and Powell 
London (Excelsior Homestead), from 

point W of China Av S W to 



( Vom Sis. 
Haight 



B. 



W. 



Page 100 101 



Fell. 



300 301 






. Creel S to Barue 



Haves 400 

Grove 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

McMlister 700 701 

Golden Gate Avenue... 800 801 

Turk (c) (c) 

Calvarv Cemetery. .... 

Gearv" 1300 1301 

Post ...::: 1400 hoi 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine "00 1701 

California 1800 1801 

Sacramento 1900 1901 

Clay 2000 2001 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 220(1 2201 

Pacific Avenue 230O 2301 

Broadway 2400 (o) 

Vallejo 2500 (o) 

Green (c) (o) 

Union 2700 (o) 

Filbert 2800 (o) 

Greenwich 2900 (o) 

Lombard 3000 (o) 

Chestnut 3100 (o) 

Francisco 3200 (o) 

Bay 3300 (o) 

NorthPoint 3400 (o) 

Beach 3500 (o) 

Jefferson 3600 (o) 

Tonquin 3700 (o) 

Lewis 0) (e) 

Lysett Place, from S s Sacramento bet 
Jones and Leavenworth 

M. from Serpentine Road S of L, W to 
the ocean 

M South, from First Av South S W to 
Railroad Av and from Williams 
Av to Twenty-eighth Av South 

Macedonia (Bernal Heights), from 
Montcalm W of Isabel S E to 
Brewster 



Madagascar (South S.F.). See Twenty- 
seventh Av South 
Madeira (South S. F.). See Thirty- 
seventh Ave South 
Madison (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av S to Olmstead 
Madison Avenue (late Fifth Av), from 
S 8 Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth 
Madrid (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Silver Av S W to Amazon 
Maggie Alley, from E s Jones bet Geary 

and Post 
Magner Place, from E s Mason bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 

Magnolia Avenue, bet Lombard and 

Chestnut, from Laguna W to 

Webster 

Maiden Lane, from W s Montgomery 

Av bet Washington and Jackson 

Main, from S s Market bet Spear and 

Beale, S E to the bay 
Cross Sis. V. E. 

Market 2 

Mission WO 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 aui 

Rincou Court - 

Beale Place.. ' — — 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Majestic Avenue, bet Caine and Mar- 
garet Avs, crossing inkeview Av 
Columbia Heights 
Malacca (South S. F.). See Thirty- 
third Av South 
Maiden Alley, from S s Howard bet 
First and Second, S E to Tehama 
Malta (.South S. F.). See Twenty-fifth 

Av South 
Malvina Place, from W s Mason bet 

Sacramento and Clay 
Manchester (Bernal Heights), from 
point S of Precita Av bet Folsom 
and Shotwell S to Ripley 
Mangels Avenue (Sunnvside). from 
Hamilton Av N of Joost Av W to 
Hamburg 
Manila (South S. F.). See Fourth Av 

South 
Manitoba (South S. F.). See Eleventh 

Av South 
Manning Place, from W s Eighth bet 

Market and Mission 
Mansell (University Homestead), from 
W s San Bruno Av S of Olmstead 
Mansfield (University Homestead), 

from Burrows S to Dwight 
Maple, from Presidio Reservation bet 
Spruce and Cherry, S to Call- 



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Presidio Reservation 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (c) (e) 

Maple Court, from N s Fourteenth bet 

Guerrero and Dolores 
Marcy Place (late Vernon Place), from 
S s Jackson bet Mason and Taylor 
Marengo, F, of San Bruno Av from 

Waterloo S W to Dickenson 
Marengo (Railroad Homestead). See 

Plymouth Av 
Margaret Avenue, bet Majestic and 
Josiah Avs, crossing Lake View 



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Margaret Court, from N 

Mason and Taylor 
Margaret Place, from N s Vallejo bet 

Kearny and Grant Av 
Maria (now Homer), from Chesley bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Marin, from the bay bet Army and 

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Mariposa, from the bay hot Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth, W to Harrison 
Mariposa Terrace, from point nr Heron 
bet Seventh and Eightli S E to 
Harrison 
Market (from the bay S W to junction 

Seventeenth and Castro) 
Crass Sit. N. S. 

East and Sacramento ... 2 1 

Steuart 

California ... . . 100 — 

Spear 



Drumm 200 

Main . . 

Davis and Pine 300 

Beale 

Front 400 

Pri 



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Batter 

First 

Ecker — - 

Sansome and Sutter. i.. 550 

Second ^— — 

Mont'y and Post 600 

New Montgomery 

Kearn'v and' Geary . '...'.'. 700 

Third.' 

Brooks 

Grant Avand O'Farrell. 750 

Fourth 

Stockton and Ellis 800 

Powell and Eddy 900 

Fifth 

Mason and Turk 950 

Sixth 

Taylor and Golden Gate 

Avenue 1000 

Jones and McAllister. ... 1100 

Seventh 

Marshall Square 1200 

Eighth 

Larkin and Haves 1300 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Polk and Fell 1400 

Eleventh 

Van Ness Avand Oak.. .1500 

Twelfth 

Franklin and Page 1600 

Rose Avenue 

Brndv ■ 

Goughand Hnight 1700 

Valencia 

Hermann 

Oc.tuvia.and Walter 1800 

Pearl. 
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1 til 11 



Martinique (South S. F.) See Thirty- 
fifth Av South 

Mary, from S s Mission bet Fifth and 
Sixth, S E to Howard 

Mary Lane, from N b Berrv Place bet 
Kearny and Grant Av N to Bush 

Marye Terrace, from N s Turk bet 
Hyde and Larkin 

Maryland, from the bay bet Delaware 
and Louisiana, S to First Av 
South 

Mason, from N s Market bet Powell and 
Tavlor, N to the bay 

Cross Sh. E. W. 

Market and Turk 2 1 

Eddy 100 101 

Ellis 200 201 

Latham Place 

Dikeman Place 

O'Farrell 300 301 

Elwood 

Geary 400 401 

Derby 

Kappeler Court 

Post 500 .501 

Scheerer Place 

Sutter 600 601 

Delta Place 

Bush 700 701 

Hooker Alley 

Pine 800 SOI 

Frank 

California 900 901 

Sacramento 1000. 1001 

Ewer Place — 

Dawson Place 



Laguna 1900 

Duboce Av 

Buchanan . 2000 

Dolores ■ 2001 

Fourteenth 

Church 2100 2101 

Fifteenth 

Sanchez 2200 2201 

Sixteenth 

Noe 2300 2301 

Seventeenth 

Castro (e) (e) 

Marquesas (South S. F.). See Tenth Av 

South 
Mars, from Seventeenth ft" of Clara Av 

S to Corbett Av 
Marshall (College Homestead), from 

E s Mission nr Silver Av 
Marshall Square (formerly City Hall 

Square) from N S Market opp 

Eighth to City Hall Av 
Martlly, from St. Mary's Av W of Mis- 
Martha Avenue (Glen Park Terrace) 

from TuBtin Av S E to point near 

Burnside Av 
Martha Place, from S s Geary bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Martin (Glen Park Terrace! from E s 

Suss-x, N E to Motfitt nr Castro 
Martin. See Berry Place 



Malv 



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Clay 1100 1101 

Truett 

She] >ltard Place 

Washington 1200 1201 

Jackson 1300 1301 

John 

Pacific 1400 1401 

Broadway 1500 1501 

Magner Place 

ValVin 1600 1601 

Green..: 1700 1701 

Winter Lane 

Webb Place 

Union 1800 1801 

Kent 

Filbert 1900 1901 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2000 2001 

Montgomerv Avenue 

Lombard 2100 2101 

Chestnut 2200 2201 

Water 

Francisco 2300 2301 

Vandewater., 

Bay 2400 2401 

Alaska Place. 

NorthPoint 2500 2501 

Beach 2600 2601 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Masonic Avenue, from Point Lobes Av 
W of Central Av, S to Congress 
thence E to Albany 

Cross SU. E. W. 

Point Lobos \venue .... 2 1 

St. Rose's Avenue (o) 101 

Turk 300 (o) 

Golden Gate Avenue.... 400 (o) 

McAllister .500 (o) 

Fulton 600 601 

Grove 700 701 

Haves 800 " 

Fell (c) 

Golden Gate Park 

Oak 1000 

Page 1100 1101 

Haight 1200 1201 

Waller 1300 130! 

Frederick 1400 1401 

Java 1500 

Piedmont .. 

Congress. 1600 1601 



Massachusetts, from the bay bet Nev 

York and Delaware, S to First At 

South 
Massasoit (Bernal Heights), front Fran- 

conia Av N W to Rutledge Av 
Mateo (Fairmount Tract), from Bemit 

SEtoSP R R 
Mauritius (South S. F.). See Twentieth 

Av South 
Mayflower (Bernal Heights), from 

Holladay Av nr Powbattan W to 

Nevada Av 
Mazzinl, E of San Bruno Av nr lslais 

McAllister, from junction Market and 
Jones bet Fulton and Golden Gat* 
Av, W to First Av 



(c) 
1001 



JrmtSu. 

Market, and Jones 2 1 

City Hall Avenue 

Leavenworth 100 

Hyde 200 

Brown's Alley —— 

Larkin 300 301 

Polk 400 401 

Van Ness Avenue 500 501 

Franklin 600 601 

(lough 700 701 

.Mavia 800 801 

Laguna 90O 90! 

Buchanan '000 1001 

Webster 1100 1101 

Fill, acre 1200 1201 

Sterner 1300 1301 

Pierce 1400 140! 

Scott 1500 1501 

Devisadero 1600 luOl 

Broderick 1700 1701 

Baker 1800 1801 

Lyon 1900 1901 

( entral Avenue 2000 2001 

Masonic " • (c) (c) 

Masonic Cemetery 

Parker Wenue 2500 2501 

North Stanvan 2600 2601 

Willard North 2700 2701 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

McClellan (Bernal Heights, now An- 
dover Av), from Esmeralda Av S 
to Cortland Av 
McCormiek Place, from S a Pacific bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
McOermott Place, from W s Jones bet 

Turk and Eddy 
McKinley Avenue (Crocker Bay Shorn 
Tract) from Pacheco Av W to 
Nueva Av 
McLea Court, from E s Ninth bet Har- 

rison and Bryant 
Meacham Place, from S s Post bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Mears. See Michigan Avenue 
Medau Place, from N s Filbert bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Medford (Visitacion Valley), W of San 

Bruno Av nr County Line 
Medway Alley, from N s Twenty-third 

bet Chattanooga and Church 
Melrose Avenue (Sunnyside), from 
point nr Congo N of Mangels Av 
W to Hamburg 
Melvin (Glen Park Terrace) from 31st 

to Castro 
Mendocino (South S. F.), from the bay 
bet Calaveras and Plumas, \\ to 
First Av South 
Merced (now Noe), from Thirtieth S to 

Laidlev 
Mercer (Bernal Heights, now Bra llord) 
from S s Cortland Av bet Peralta 
Av and Bronte 
Merchant, from the bay bet Clay and 

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Montgomery 600 

Dunbar Alley 

Kearny (e) (e) 

Mercury (Silver Terrace) , S 8 of Thorn- 

Marnfield. See Jordan Av 

Merrill from 8 s Rickard bet Barncveld 

Av and Boyston S to Silver Av 
Morrlrnae, from the bay nr Alameda, 

W to Tennessee (closed) 
Merrltt, from Hattie S of Corbett Av 

W to Danvere 
Mersey Alley, from N b Twenty-third 

bet Dolores and Chattanooga 
Metcalfe Place, from N s Geary bet 



500 501 I Minnesota, from South bet Tennessee 
and Indiana, S to Tulare 

Minnie. See Tremont Av 

Minot (Bernnl Heights, now Moultrie), 
from Esmeralda Av S to Cortland 



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Metropolitan Avenue from W side 

Eighth bet Harrison and Bryant 
Mexico (South S. F.), from the bay S 

to India Basin 
Michigan, from the bay bet Georgia and 

Illinois, S to First Av South 
Michigan Avenue. See Palm Av 
Michigan Placo. from Michigan bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-secondW 
Middle, from N s Pine bet Webster and 

Fillmore, N to California 
Miday (Sunnysidei from Berkshire S to 

nr Joost Av 
Midway, from N s Francisco bet Grant 

Av and Stockton, N to Bay 

Midway (Glen Park Terrace) bet Baden 

and Tustin Avs, from Stilling Av S 

Miguel (Fairmount Tract), from Bemis 

SEtoSPRR 
Miguel (now San Miguel), from S s 

Ocean Av nr San Jose Av 
Miguel Avenue (Stanford Heights), 
from Stanford Heights Av to Fow- 
' ler Av (part of Corbett Av) 
Wiles Court, from N s California bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Miles Place, from N a Sacramento bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Mill, off San Bruno Av nr 5 Mile House. 
Miller Place, from S a Folsom bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Mllliken. from San Bruno Av N. nr 

County Line 
Mills Place, from W s Grant Av bet 
Post and Sutter (see Tillman 
Alley) 
Milton (Spring Valley Homestead), 
from S P R R bet Cuvier and 
Rousseau, S to Springdale 
Milton (now Crystal). W of San Jose 

Av nr County Line 
Milton Avenue (Sunnyside), from Cir- 
cular Av W bet Wieland Av and 
Havelock . 

Minerva (Railroad Homestead), W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Mintrva (now Eighteenth), from Ura- 
nus S of Seventeenth 
Minna, from W s First bet Mission and 

Howard, S W to Fifteenth 
Cross Sl». N. S. 

First 2 1 

Shaw AUev — — 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 

Marv 

Sixth 



Mint Avenue, from W s Fifth bet 
Stevenson and Mission, and from 
N s Mission bet Fifth and Sixth 

Miramar Avenue (Lake View), from 
Lake View Av N to Ocean Av 

Mission, from the bay bet Howard and 
Market S W and S to County Line 

Cross «s. N. 8. 

East South " 1 

Steuart. „ 

Spear 100 101 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Eckcr 

Shaw Alley 

New Anthony — — 

Second 000 601 

New Montgomery 



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600 601 



Seventh 

Julia 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth 900 !>01 

Eleventh 1000 1001 

Lafayette 

Twelfth (o) (c) 

Thirteenth (c) (c) 

Fourteenth 1300 1301 

i uteenth (e) (e) 



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Third 700 

Fourth 800 aui 

Fifth 900 901 

Mint Avenue 

Sixth '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'■'■'■ 1000 1001 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Mission Alley 

igpjifli'. '.'.'.'.'. '.'.'. '.'.'.'.V.'.iwo 1201 

Nbth".'." ""!'.""".: 1300 1301 

Washington Avenue 

Grand 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafayette — - 

Wesl Mission 1600 — - 

Twelfth — 1601 

Bond 

West Mission 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Mission Court 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Warren Place 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Clarion Alley 

Sycamore Avenue 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twentv-first 2500 2501 

Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twentv-third 2700 '2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army 3100 3101 

Precita Avenue 3151 

Powell " — — 

Valencia 3200 — 

Fair Avenue 3201 

Tiffanv Place 

Twenty-ninth 3300 — — 

Virginia Avenue ■ 3351 

Godeus 

Thirtieth 3400 - — 

Eugenia Avenue 3401 

Lizzie 

Kingston J— - 

Cortland Avenue 3501 

Brook 3500 — 

Randall 3550 

Santa Marina 

West Avenue - — - 3601 

Charles 

Highland Avenue 3700 3701 

Holly 



West Park 

Richland Avenue 3800 3801 

Crescent " ■ 

St. Mary's " 3900 

Bosworth 4000 

Springdale 4100 

Grant and Canal 4101 

Trumbull. 



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Marshall 

Silver Avenue 

Tingley 4300 

Theresa 

Cotter 4400 

Francis 

China Avenue 

Croke 4500 

Harrington 

Brazil Avenue 

Norton 4600 

Bauer and Ocean Av 

Persia Avenue 

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Mount Vernon Av 5300 

Allison 

Concord Avenue 

Ottawa " 5400 

Florence Alley 

Foote Avenue — 5500 

Naglee " 5600 

Lowell 

Morse 

Worden 5650 

Whittier 

Farragut Avenue 5700 

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Oliver 

Sherman Avenue 5800 

Acton ! 

Sickles Avenue 5900 — 

Huron " 

Liebig 6000 

Mission Alloy, from N s Mission bet 

Seventh and Eighth to Jessie 
Mission Court, from W s Mission bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Mission Park, bet Eighteenth and 

Twentieth. Church and Dolores 
Mission Road, now Mission Street 
Mississippi, from Sixteenth bet Penn- 
sylvania and Texas, S to Tulare 
Missouri, from Sixteenth bet Texas and 

Connecticut. S to Tulare 
Mizpah Avenue (Glen Parki bet Swiss 

and Elk Avs N to Sussex 
Mohawk Avenue (West End Tract), N 

W s Mission nr County Line 
Monongahela (South S. F.). See J 

South 
Monroe, from N s Bush bet Stockton 

and Powell, N to Pine 
Montana (Railroad Homestead), W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Montcalm (Bernal Heights), from 
Tomasa nr Holladay Av. W to 
Alabama 
Montenegro (South S. F.). See Third 

Av South 
Montezuma (liemal Heights), from 

Coso Av E to Shotwell 
Montgomery, from N s Market bet San- 
some and Kearny, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Post 2 1 

Sutter 100 101 

Bush 200 201- 

, Pine 300 301 

Summer < . . . . ■ 

California 400 40V 

Sacramento ... 500 501 



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Clay 600 601 

Merchant 

Washington 700 701 

Montgomery Avenue. . . . 

Jackson 800 801 

Gold 

Pacific 900 901 

Montgomery Court 

Broadway 1000 1001 

Vallejo 1100 1101 

Green 1200 1201 

Moulton Place 

Union 130O 1301 

School Alley 

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Filbert 1400 1401 

Greenwich 1500 1301 

Iombard 1600 11101 

Chestnut 1700 1701 

Francisco 1800 1801 

East North (e) (e) 

Montgomery Avenue, from junction 

Montgomery and Washington, N 

W to Beach 

N.E. S.W. 
Montg'y and Washington 2 1 

Maiden Lane 

Gibb 

Jackson 100 101 

Kearny 200 

Pacific 201 

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Vallejo Mlev 

Stockton 500 

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Powell 

FUbert 700 

Gaven Place 

Scotland — rr- 

Cm/nwieh 800 

Mason 

Hartman 



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400 401 



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Lombard 900 

Newell 

Taylor 1000 

Chestnut 1001 

Houston 

Francisco 1100 1101 

Jones 

Bay 1200 1201 

NorthPoint 1300 

Leavenworth 1301 

Beach (e) (e) 

Montgomery Court, from W s Mont- 
gomery bet Pacific and Broadway 
Monticelio, W of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Moore Place, from N a Union bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Morrell Place, from N s Pacific bet 
Hyde and Larkin N to Broadway 
Morris Avenue (late Park Avenue), 
from W s Harrison bet Fifth and 
Sixth, S E to points S of Bryant 
Morse, from point S Newton W to Mis- 
sion opp Worden Av 
Morse Place, from S n Broadway bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Morton, (now Union Sijuare Av) from 
W e Keaniv bet Geary and Post, 
W to Stockton 
Moscow (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Madison S W to Amazon 
Moss, from S s Howard bet Sixth and 

Seventh, S E to Folsom 
Moss Alley, from Short N to Corbett 

Av nr Ashbury 
Moss Avenue ,P.irk Line Tract), bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth, from 
Caselli Av to Corbett Road 
Moulton Avenue, from W s Buchanan 
bet Greenwich and Lombard, W to 



Moulton Avenue (Sunnyside, now 

Hearst Av), from Circular Av W 

to Hamburg 
Moulton Place, from W s Montgomery 

bet Green and Union 
Moultrie (Bernal Heights), from North 

Av nr Coso Av to point S of Cres- 
cent Av 
Mount Vernon Avenue, from Mis-ion 

bet Niagara and Ottawa Ava N W 

to Getz 
Mountain Lake Park, N of Lake to 

Presidio Reservation bet Seventh 

and Fourteenth Avs 
Mountain Spring Avenue (Clarendon 

Heights), from Lincoln Av W of 

Clarendon Av to point W of Stan- 

yan 
Mulford Alley, from E s Taylor bet 

P.osh and Pine 
Munich (Excelsior Homestead), from 

La Grande Av S W to France Av 
Myra, from Oswego and Thirty-third 

S W to Genesee 
Myrtle Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 

O'Farrell and Geary, W to Laguna 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia 700 501 

Laguna (e.) (e) 

M, from Seventh Av S of M W to the 

N South', from First Av South S W to 

Twenty-ninth Av South 
Naglee Avenue (West End Tract), from 
Mission N W to San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Napa (now Twentieth), from the bay 
bet Nineteenth and Twenty-first 
AV to Harrison 
Napier Alley, from N s Filbert bet San- 
some and Montgomery 
Naples (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Silver Av S W to Amazon 
Napoleon, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Nashua, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Natick (Fairmount Tract), from Chen- 

ery nr Castro S to Arlington 
Natoma, from W s Fremont bet Mission 

and Howard, S W to Fifteenth 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Fremont 2 1 

First 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery 

Third 200 201 

Fourth (c) (c) 

Howard Court 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Marv 

Sixth 500 601 



Seventh 600 601 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth 900 901 

Eleventh 1000 1001 

Lafavette 

Twelfth (c) (c) 

Thirteenth (c) (c) 

Fourteenth 1300 1301 

Fifteenth (e) (c) 

Nebraska (now San Bruno Av), from 
Division bet Vermont and Utah, 
S to Army 
Nebraska (South S. F.). See Waterville 
Nebraska Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from Powhattan S to Cortland Av 
Neptune (Silver Terrace), from Thorn- 
ton Av S to Williams Av 
Nevada (now TwOTtv-rhiH) 



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Nevada Avenue (Bernal Heights), from 
Esmeralda Av bet Prentiss and 
Rosecrans, S to Crescent Av 
New Anthony, from point nr Jessie bet 
Ecker and Second, S E to Mission 
New Grove Avenue, from Twenty- 
seventh bet Ca6tro and Diamond, 
S to Duncan 
New Market (Stanford Heights, now 
Army), from Lincoln Av W to 
Fowler Av 
New Montgomery, from S s Market bet 
Second and Third, S E to Howard 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Rose Alley 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard (e) (e) 

New Orleans Avenue, from N s Green 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
New York, from the bay bet Virgin., 
and Massachusetts, S to First Av 
South 
Newell, from N s Lombard bet Mosod 

and Taylor 
Newman, from Holly Park Av bet 
Ellert and East Av, E to Andovcr 
Av 
Ney (College Homestead), from E $ 

Mission nr Silver Av 
Niagara Avenue (West End Tract), N 

W s Mission nr County Line 
Nicaragua (South S. F.). See Forty- 
fifth Av South 
Nineteenth, (rom the bay bet Eigh- 
teenth and Twentieth, W tn 
Douglass 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 500 501 

Kentucky 600 601 

Tennessee 700 701 

Minnesota 800 801 

Indiana 900 90j 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsylvania 1100 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 1400 140! 

Connecticut 1500 1501 

Arkansas 1600 1601 

Wisconsin 1700 170! 

Carolina 1800 1801 

DeHaro 1900 1901 

Rhode Island 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 210! 

Vermont iv 2200 2201 

San Bruno Avenue 2300 2301 

Utah 2100 240! 

Totrero Avenue 2500 2501 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2800 2801 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 3000 3001 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 3150 315! 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 3250 3251 

Howard 3300 3301 

Capp 3350 3351 

Mission 3400 3401 

San Carlos Avenue 

Lexington " 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Lapidge 

Guerrero ......3PQO 3601 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 3800 3801 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Hartford 4050 4051 

Castro 4100 4101 

Collingwood 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 430 1 

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201 
301 
401 
501 
601 
701 

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1301 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
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Quintan Avenue 2100 2101 

Rivera " 2200 2201 

Santiago " 2300 2301 

Taraval " 2400 2401 

UUoa " 2500 2501 

Vicente " 2600 2601 

Wawona " 2700 2701 



T-ven'ty-6flh 1200 1201 

fSy-si'sth.'.:::::: J3oo 1301 

Twenty-seventh '.'.'.'.'.'. !".I«0 1401 
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Parkade Boulevard . . . .2800 2801 
Nineteenth Avenue South, from Water 
Front N W to Railroad Av and 
irom Silver Av to 1 sin is Creek 
Ninth, from S s Market bet Eighth and 

Tenth, S E to Division 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

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Twenty-eighth 1500 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Dav 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Nome Avenue from Caselli Av opp Dan- 

vers South 
Noonan Alley. See Sunshine Court 
Norfolk (late Nevada), from S a Boleom 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth, S E 
to Harrison 
Norma (Clarendon Heights), from 
junction Lincoln and St. Germain 
Avs S tt 

Norman, E of San Bruno Av nr Isla>8 

Creek 
North Avenue (Menial Heights), from 

Coso Av S W to Holly Park Av 
North Point, from the bay bet Bay and 
Beach, W to Presidio Reservation 



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Ada Court 

Hyde 700 701 

Larkin 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue 1000 1001 

Franklin 1100 1101 

Cough 1200 1201 

Octavia 1300 1301 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1501 

H.iUis 

Webster 1600 1601 

Fillmore 1100 1701 

Steiner 1800 1801 

Pierce 1901 

Elliot Lane 

Scott 2000 2001 

Beldeman 

Devisadero 2100 2101 

Broderick 2290 2201 

St Joseph's Avenue (e) (e) 

O'Farrell Alley. See Ehvood 

Oak, from junction Market and Van 

Ness Av bet Page and Fell. W to 
Stanyan 

Cross Sts. N, S. 
Market Street and Van 



Mission 100 

Minna ■ 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Ringgold 

Sheridan . 

Harrison 400 

McLea Court ■ 

Bryant 500 

Brannan 600 ooi 

Division (e) (e) 

Ninth Avenue, from Mountain Lake 
Park S to P. For Nos. see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Ninth Avenue South, from Water Front 

N W to Mais Creek 
Noble (closed), from Hubbell nr Sixth 

S E to South 
Noble's Alley, from E s Dupont bet 

Union and Filbert 
Not, irom S s Thirteenth bet Sanchez 

and Castro, S to I.aidley 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Duboce Avenue 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henrv 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 

Market 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Ford 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 



S. 

Kearny 2 1 

Grant Avenue 100 101 

Stockton .200 201 

Powell 3M 301 

Mason 400 401 

Tavlor 500 501 

Jones 600 601 

I eavemvorth 700 701 

Hyde 800 SOI 

Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Govm't Reservation 

Laguna 1500 1501 

Buchanan 1600 1601 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fain,™ 1800 1801 

Steiner 1900 1901 

Pierce 2000 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devisadero 2200 2201 

Broderick 2390 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon (e) (e) 

North Stanyan, from S s Aldine bet 

Parker Av and Willard North, S 

to Fulton 

North Willard. See Willard North 

Norton (Academy Tract), from N W s 

Mission bet Harrington and Bauer 

Norton Court (now Langton), from S s 

Brannan bet Seventh and Eighth 

Norton Place, from N s Filbert bet 

Montgomery and Sanseme 

Norwich (Bemal Heights), from W s 

Alabama nr Ripley W to Treat Av 

Nueva Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 

Tract) from Raymond Av N and 

N E to Vista Av 

Nunans Alley, E s Eighth bet Folsom 

and Howard 
O, from Eighth At S of N, W to the 

O'Conneil Place, from N a Vallejo bet 

Powell and Mason 

O'Farrell, from junction Market and 

Grant Av bet Ellis and Geary, W 

to Calvary Cemetery 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Grant Av... 2 1 

Baglev Place 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

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Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 

Octavia 390 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

Webster 600 601 

Fillmore 700 701 

Steiner 800 801 

Pierce 900 901 

Scott 1000 1001 

Devisadero 1100 1101 

Broderick 1200 1201 

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Masonic 
Ashbury . 
Clayton . . 

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Stanyan (e) 

Oak. See Derby. . 

Oak Grove Avenue, from S a Harrison 
bet Fifth and Sixth, S E-to Bryant 
Oakwood (late Fair Oaks Court), from 
S s Eighteenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores m • 

Ocean Avenue, from Mission half mile 
S of Silver Av, W to the ocean. 
That portion bet Automobile Boul- 
evard and Ocean now closed _ 
Ocean Boulevard, from termination 
Cliff Av nr B along the ocean 
beach 8 to Ocean Av 
Ocean Terrace, from CM Av and Forty- 
eighth Av N W 
Octavia. from N s Market bet Gough 

and Laguna, N to Bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Waller 2 1 

Haight »00 101 

Rose Avenue 

Page 200 201 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 300 301 

Hickory Avenue. 



Fell. 



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Linden Avenue 

Hayes ...500 501 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 600 601 

Birch Avenue — — 

Fulton 700 701 

Ash Avenue. . — — 

McAllister... 800 801 

Golden Oate Avenue (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Eddy HOO 1101 

WiUo>v Avenue 

Ellis 1200 1201 

Olive Avenue 



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OTarrell 1300 1301 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1400 1401 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1500 1501 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutler 1000 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Austin Avenue 

l'ine 1800 1801 

California 1(0) '.901 

Sacramento (c) (c) 

Lafayette Park 

Washington 2300 2201 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific Avenue. 2400 2401 

Broadway 2500 2,50 1 

Valleio 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2S00 2801 

Filbert 2900 21101 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3201 

Francisco 3300 3301 

Bay (e) (e) 

Ohio (South S. ¥.), from the bay nr 
Virginia 8 to First Av South 

Ohio Place (late Prescott), from N s 
Pacific het Sansomo and Mont- 
gomery. N to Broadway 

Old Hickory (Bernal Heights), from 
Andover Av E to Crescent Av 

Old San Jose Road, now San Jose Ave 

Olive Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 
Ellis and O'Farrell, W to Buch- 

Vroxs Si*. K. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia :.. 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Olive Court, from S 6 Union bet Laguna 

and Buchanan 
Oliver (West End Homestead), from 

Mission SE nr County Line 
Olmstead (University Homestead), 
from W s San Bruno Av S of 
Dwight 
Olympus, from N s Seventeenth nr 

Ashbury 
Oneida Avenue (West End Tract), 
from Cayuga Av S of Onondaga 
Av N W to San Jose Av 
Oneida Place, from S s Sacramento bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Oneota (Reis Tracts from point at 

Hoyt N E to Harkness 
Onondaga Avenue (Wept End Tract), 
from W s Mission nr Russia Av, 
NW to Ocean Av 
Opal Alley, from Corbett Av nr Ash- 
bury NW to Lincoln Av 
Opal Place from E s Taylor bet Golden 

Gale Avand Turk 
Opera Alley, front N' s Mission bet Third 

and Fourth 
Ophir Alley, from N s Post bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Orange Alley, from Twenty-fourth bet 
Valencia and Bartlett 8 to Twen- 
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Ordway, from W s San Bruno Av S of 

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Church and Vicksburg, S of 

Elizabeth 
Orizaba Avenue, W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Orleans, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Osage (South S. F.). Sec I South 
Osage Alley, from Twenty-fourth bet 

Mission and Bartlett, S to Twenty- 
sixth 
Oscar Alley, from N s Clementina bet 

First and Second 
Oswego, from Sussex W of Stanford 

Heights Av S to Thirty-fourth 
Otega Avenue, from Mount Vernon Av 

E of San Jose Av SW 
Otis Place. See Folsom Avenue l 
Otsego Avenue (West End Tract), from 

point nr Ocean Av SW to Geneva 

Av 
Ottawa Avenue (West End Tract), 

from Mission NW to San Jose Av, 

nr County Lino 
Oxford (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av S to Mansell 
P. from Ninth Av S of O, W to the 

P South, from First Av South SW to 
Eighteenth Av South, and from 
Williams Av S W to Charter Oak 
Av 
Pacific, from the bay bet Jackson and 
Broadway, W to Larkin. (The 
continuation of the street from 
Larkin is called Pacific Av) 
Cross Su. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drurnm 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Silver Star Place 

Sansome 400 401 

Ohio Place 

Montgomery 500 501 

Jerome Alley 

Kearny 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue. . . . 

Bartlett Alley 

Grant Avenue 700 701 

Jackson Court - 1 -*— 

Pacific Alley ■ 

Stockton 800 801 

Viriginia Place : 

Trenton 

Powell 900 901 

Keyes Alley 

Scott Place 

Mason 1000 1001 

Auburn 

Salmon 

Himmelmann Place 

Taylor 1100 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1390 1301 

Burgovne Place - — ■ 

Hyde.' 1400 1401 

Morrell Place 

McCormick 

Grimm's Place 

Larkin (e) (e) 

Pacific Alley, from S s Broadway bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Pacific Alley, from N s Pacific bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Pacific Avenue, continuation of Pacific 
Street from Larkin to Presidio 
Reservation. (The numbers com- 
mence at 1500, a continuation of 
the numbers on the street.! 
Cross Sts. X. S. 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Ness Avenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavin 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 



Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2500 2501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

Dcvisadero 2800 2801 

Broderick 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Presidio Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut fo) 3301 

Laurel (o) 3401 

Pacheco Avenue tCrocker Bay Shore 
Tract), from Raymond Av N to 
McKinley Av 
Page, from junction Market and Frank- 
lin bet Haight and Oak, W to 
Stanyan 
Crow SU. N. S. 

Market and Franklin 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavia 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Fillmore 600 601 

Steiner 700 701 

Pierce 800 801 

Scott 900 901 

Devisadero 1000 1001 

Broderick 1100 1101 

Baker 1200 1201 

Lyon 1300 1301 

Central Avenue 1400 1401 

Masonic " 1500 1501 

Ashburv 1600 1601 

Clavton 1700 1701 

Cole 1800 1801 

Shrader 1900 1901 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Palm Avenue Gate Michigan Avenue), 
California Av S to Point Loboe 
Av bet Jordan and First Avs 
Palmer (Fairmount Tract), from Har- 
per S E to Chenery 
Palmetto Avenue, from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Paraguay (South S. 1'.), see Fourteenth 

Av South 
Pardee Alley, from W s Grant Av bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Paris (Excelsior Homestead), from 
point N of Japan Av SW to 
Amazon 
Park Avenue (now City Hall Avenue), 
from S s McAllister nr Leaven- 
worth, S W to Larkin 
Park Hill Avenue, from Buena Vista 
Av W of South Broderick, S to 
Masonic Av 
Park Lane (now Ashbury), from Six- 
teenth to Eighteenth 
Park Lane, North, from W s Second bet 
Bryant and South Park, S W to 
Third 
Park Lane, South, from W s Center 
Place bet South Park and Bran- 
nan, SW to Third 
Park Road (now Buena Vista Avenue), 

surrounding Buena Vista Park 
Parker (now Montcalm), from Peralta 

Av W to Alabama 
Parker Alley, from N s Clay bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Parker Avenue, from S s California 

opposite Maple, S to Fulton 
Parkside Avenue, from N a Fulton bet 
North Stanyan and North Willard 

Parkside Boulevard. S of X. from 

Automobile Av W to the Ocean 
Parnassus Avenue (late Sullivan), from 

Clayton bet Carl and Grattan, W 

and S W to Fifth Av 
Parrott Alley, from W s Davis bet 

' California and Sacramento 
Patterson. E of San Bruno Av from 

Flower N E 
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107 



Paul, W of Pan Bruno Av nr head of 

Islais Creek 
Paul Avenue (Paul Tract), from Kail- 
road Av opposite Thirty-first Av. 
South, W to San Bruno Av. oppo- 
site Dwight 
Paulding, from W s Pan Jose Av bet 
Jarnac and Havelock 
ate Byrr 
• Osunty 

Pearl, from S 8 Market bet Hermann 
and Guerrero, S to Puboce Avenue 
Paarl Allay, from View Av nr Twenty- 
second, NW to Corbett Av 
Pelham, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Peninsula Avenge (Crocker Bay Shun 
Tract!, bet Wheeler and State 
Ave, from Hood Av S 
Peninsula Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 
Tract), from Hood Av E nr 
County Line 
Pennsylvania, (formerly Pennsylvania 
Av), from Sixteenth bet Iowa and 
Mississippi, S to Tulare 
Penobscot (South S. F.). See H South 
Peralta Avenue, from Holladay Av S 
of Army, SW and s to Union and 
San Bruno Avs 
Perine Place, from W 9 Steiner bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento, W to 
Pierce 
Perry, from point W,of Second bet. 
Harrison and Bryant, S W to Fifth 
Cross SU. N. S. 

W of Second 2 1 

Third 100 101 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth (e) (e) 

Perry Avenue, from S s Aldine bet Par- 
ker Av and Willard, N to Mc- 
Allister 
Persia Avenue (Excelsior Homestead), 
from Mission 8 of Brazil Av 9 E to 
La Grande Av 
Pfeiffer, from point of Grant Av bet 
Chestnut and Francisco, W to 
Stockton 
Piedmont, from Masonic Av nr Con- 
gress, SW 
Pierce, from Duboce Park bet Sterner 
and Scott, N to the bay 



Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3300 

Francisco . -3400 

Bav 3500 

North Point 3600 

Beach 3700 

Jefferson 3801 

Tonouin 3000 

Lewis (0) 

Pike. See W averly Place 
Pine, from junction Market and 
bet Bush and California, 
Central Av 
Cross Ss. N. 

Market and Davis 2 

Front 100 

Battery 200 

Sansome 300 

Leidesdorff 

Exchange Place 

Laura Place 

Montgomerv 400 

Hubs Alky 

Beldcn ' 

Kearny 500 

St. George Alley 

Central Place ' 

St. Mary's Place 

Bacon Place .- — • 





.. 60 


ei 


Waller 


100 


101 


Haight 


.. 200 


201 




. 300 
. 400 


301 
401 
501 

(c) 


Oak 


Fell 


.. 500 




(c) 






.. 800 


801 


McAllister 


.. 900 


901 


Golden Gate Avenue . 


.1000 


1001 








Turk 


.1100 


1101 


Eddy 


.1200 


1201 


Ellis 


.1300 


1301 


O'Farreil 


.. (c) 


(el 




.. (c) 


(c) 


Hamilton Sqoare.. 






Post 


..1600 


1601 


Sutter 


.1700 


1701 


Bush 


. . 1800 • 


1801 




.1900 


1901 
2001 




,2000 










.2100 


2101 


Clay 


.. (c) 


(e) 








.Jackson 


.2400 


2401 


Pacific Avenue 


.2500 


2501 




. 2600 


2601 


Vallejo 


.2700 


2701 




.2800 


2801 




..2H0O 


2110 1 


Filbert 


.3000 


3001 


Greenwich 


.3100 


3101 


Heglev Place 








Grant Avenue 600 

Sophie Terrace 

Stockton 700 

Joice 

Monroe 

Powell 800 801 

Mason 900 901 

Pine Place 

Tavlor 1000 1001 

Jones 1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Hvde 1300 1301 

Larkin 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Ness Avenue ... 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Cough 1800 1801 

Octavia 1900 1901 

Laguna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webster 2200 2201 

Middle 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 2600 26-01 

Devisadero 2700 2701 

Bruderick 2800 2S01 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon 3000 3001 

Presidio Avenue (e) (e) 

Pine Place, from N s Pine bet Mason 

and Taylor 
Pink Alley, from Pearl bet Market and 

Thirteenth 
Pinkney Place, from N s Bromlwav 
bet Kearnv and Grant Av N to 
Vallejo 
Ploche, from junction Silver Av and 

Cambridge W to Madison 
Pioche Alley, from N s Sacramento nr 

Stockton 
Pioneer Park, bet Montgomery, Kearny 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Pioneer Place, from W s Fourth bet 

Market and Jessie 
Piper Alley, from Eeker NE bet Mis- 
sion and Jessie 
Pixley Avenue, from W s P.Uf ha nan 
bet Filbert and Greenwich, W to 
Steiner 
Platte (South S. F.). Sec L South 
Pleasant, from W s Taylor bet Sacra- 
mento and Clav, W to Jones 
Plumas (South S. F.), from the bay 
bet Mendocino and Fresno, W to 
First Av South 
Pluto, from Sixteenth W of Juno, 



Plymouth Avenue, from San Jose Av 

opp Sickles Av, N to Ocean Av 
Plymouth Avenue. See Highland Av 
Pocahontas. (Bemal Heights, now 
Moultrie), from North Av S to 
Esmeralda Av 
Point Lobos Avenue, from Central Av 
at termination of Geary, W to 
Forty-eighth Av 
Crm Ste. S. S. 

Central Avenue 2 

Josephine 100 

Masonic Avenue 201 

Eugenic 200 

Wood 300 301 

Collins 400 401 

Blake 500 501 

Cojk 



Boy 



Parker Avenue. . . 
Commonwealth Av 

Johnston Avenue 

Jordan Avenue 1000 

Hcadcrson Avenue 



700 701 



800 801 



1300 130 

1400 140 

1500 150 

1600 160 

1700 170 

1800 180 

1900 190 

2000 290 

2100 200 
2200 

2300 230 

2400 240 



Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 

Thirteenth 

Fourteenth 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 

Nineteenth 

Twentieth 

Twenty-first 

Twenty-second 

Twentv-third 

Twenty-fourth 

Twenty-fifth 

Twenty-sixth 

Twenty-seventh 

Twenty-eighth 

Twenty-ninth 

Thirtieth 

Thirty-Brat 

Thirtv-second 

Thirty-third 

Thirty-fourth 

Thirty-fifth 

Thirty-Bixth 

Thirty-seventh 

Thirty-eighth 

Thirty-ninth 

Polk, from N s Market bet Lark 

Van Ness Av, N to the hay 

Cross Stt. K 

Market and Fell 2 

Hayes 100 

Ivy Avenue ' 

Grove 200 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 300 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 400 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 500 

Elm Avenue 

Turk 600 

Laurel Avenue. ; 

Eddy 700 

Willow Avenue. 

Ellis 



2600 260 

2700 270 

2800 280 

2900 290 

3000 300 

3100 310 

3200 320 

3300 330 

3400 340 

3500 350 

3600 360 

3700 370 

3800 380 

3900 390 

4000 400 

4100 410 

4200 420 

4300 430 

4400 440 

4500 450 

4600 460 

4700 470 

4800 480 

4900 490 

5000 500 



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Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1000 1001 



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Walnut Avenue . 






UbJ 


O 


Slitter 


....1200 


1201 


oe 


S"* 










Bush 


...1300 


1301 














Pine 


...1400 


1401 


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California . . . . 


....1500 


1501 


l2 




Sacramento 


.... 1600 


inn 




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Clay 


...1700 


1701 




^ i- 


Washington 


...1800 


1801 






Jackson 






*t 


» IU 


...2000 


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fe> u 


Broadwav . 


..2100 


2101 




E« 


Vallejo.. 


. .2200 
...2300 


.'JH1 




■ ~ ■ rd 


2301 






Union 


...2400 


8401 






Filbert 


...2500 


2501 






Greenwich 


.2600 


■KM 




rTJ 


Lombard 


, . . . 2700 


7701 


OB 




Chestnut 


...2800 


2M1 


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. .2900 


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NorthPoint 


...3100 


3101 


3C 


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... 3200 


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.3400 
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Pollard Place, from N s VahVjo bet 

Kearny and Grant Av 
Pollock (South S. F.) from Twentr- 
fourth Ave South nr the bay, SW 
to County Line 
Pomona,, from Hay View bet I>atona 

and Flora, S to Thornton Av. 
Pond, from S s Sixteenth bet Sanchez 

and Nee, S to Seventeenth 
Pope, from Mission opp Niagara Av s 

to Hanna 

Poplar Alley, from Twenty-fourth bet 

Valencia and San Jose Av, S to 

Twentv-sixth 

Porter (Bernal Heights), from S 3 

Crescent Av bet Bache and Roscoe 

Porter Avenue, W of Mission nr County 

Line 
Portola, (late Daisy) from Duboce PaTk 
bet Steiner and Pierce, N to 
Waller 
Porto Rico (South 8. F.). See Fortieth 

Av South 
Portsmouth Square, bet Clav, Washing- 
ton, Kearny, and Brenham Place 
Post, from junction Market and Mont- 
gomery bet Geary and Sutter, W 
to Central Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Montgomery. 2 1 

Lick Place 

Kearny 100 101 

Gardner 

Grant Avenue 200 201 

Stockton 300 (o) 

Powell 400 401 

Mason 500 501 

Taylor 600 601 

Agate Alley 

William 

Ophir Alley 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde 900 901 

Meacham Place ■ 

Post Street Court 

Lnrkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van NesB Avenue 1200 1201 

Franklin 1300 1301 

Gough 1400 1401 

Oetavia 1500 1501 

Laguna 1600 1001 

Buchanan 1700 1701 

Webster 1800 1801 

Fillmore 1900 1901 

Averv 



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Steiner 2000 

Pierce 2100 

Scott 2200 2201 

Devisadero 2300 2301 

Erkson Court . 

Broderick 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2501 

l.von 2600 2601 

Presidio Avenue (e) (e) 

Post Olfice Place. See Custom House 
Flace 

Post Street Court, from N s Post bet 
Hyde and Larkin 

Potomac (South S. F.). See R South 

Potrero Avenue, from Brannan bet 
Utah and Hampshire, S to Ser- 
pentine Av 

Cross .Sis. W. F.\ 

Brannan 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 601 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 (o) 

Twentv-seeond 1000 (o) 

Tweutv-third 1100 1101 

Twentv-fourth 1200 120! 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Serpentine Avenue (e) (e) 

Potter (now Twelfth), from S s Market 
bet Eleventh and Grady, SE to 
Mission 

Powell, from N s Market bet Stockton 
and Mason, N to the bav 

Cross fits. E. W. 

Market and Eddy 2 1 

Ellis 



O'Farrell 200 

Geary (o) 

Post 400 

Sutter 500 

Ankenv Pla.ee 

Bush 600 

Fella Place 

Lily Terrace 

Pine 700 

California 800 

Sacramento 900 

Clav 1000 

Washington 1100 



.1200 1201 



2201 



Jackson 

John 

Caroline Place 

Pacific 1300 1301 

Fisher Alley 

Broadway 1400 1401 

Vallejo 1500 1501 

Green 1600 1601 

Union Co) 1701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Filbert 1S0O 1801 

Greenwich 1900 1901 

I,ombard 2000 2001 

Chestnut 2100 

Francisco 2200 

Vandewater • 

Bav 2300 2301 

NorthPoint 2400 2401 

Beach 2500 2501 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Powell Avenue, from Mission S of 

Precita Av, S E to California Av 

Powhattan (Bernal Heights), from 

North av bet Esmeralda and 

Eugenia A vs. E to Holladay Av 

Prague, (Excelsior Homestead) from 

China Av bet Munich and Dublin, 

SW 



Precita Avenue (Bernal Heights), from 

Mission S of Army, E to York 
Precita Place (now Precita Av) 



Prentiss (Bernal Height*), from Esmer- 
alda Av bet Banks and Nevada Av 
S to Crescent Av 

Prescott. See Ohio Place 

Prescott Court from S s Vallejo bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 

President, from Flint, NW Buena Visa, 
Park 

Presidio, from E a Baker bet Filbert 



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Presidio Avenue, W of Lyon from 

Presidio Reservation S to Geary 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Presidio Reservation 

Pacific Avenue 1 2 

Jackson 101 100 

:hington 201 



CU 



301 300 



Sacramento. 401 

California . . . 500 

Pine — 600 

Bush 700 

Sutter 800 

Post 900 

Geary (e) (o) 

Presidio Terrace, from a point W of 

First Av, from Lake N to Presidio 

Reservation 
Preston Place (now Converse), from 

Bryant bet Eighth and Ninth NW 
Price Row, from N s Green bet Gram 

Av and Stockton N to Union 
Priest, from S s Washington bet Jones 

and Leavenworth 
Prim, from Mission to San Jose Ave nr 

County Line 
Primrose. See Carmelita. 
Princeton (University Homestead) 

from Silver Av to Mansell 
Pringte Court, from N s Greenwich bet 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Prospect Avenue (Bernal Heights), from 

Coso Av bet California and 

Winfield Av W S to Cortland Av 
Prospect Place, from S s Clay bet 

Stockton and Powell, S to Cali- 
fornia 
Cross »*'. W. E. 

Clay 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

California (e) (e) 

Prospect Place (Bernal Heights), see 

Ripley 
Prosper, from S s Sixteenth bet Ranches 

and Noe, S to Seventeenth 
Pulaski (Bernal Heights, now Prentiss). 

from Cortland Av S bet Banks and 

Nevada Av 
Putnam (Bernal Heights), from S s 

Cortland Av bet Bronte and 

Nevada Av 
0, see Qmnt,ara Av, from Tenth Av S 

of P, W to the Ocean 
Q South, from First Av South S W to 

Eighteenth Av South and from 

Twenty-sixth Av South to Twenty- 
eighth Av South 
Quince Alley, from S s Twenty-first bet 

Dolores and Fair Oaks, S to 

Twenty-fourth 
Quincy, from N s Pine bet Keamv and 

Grant Av. N to California 
Quincy Place. See Bacon PI 
Quinn (now ClintonPark), from Steven- 
son W bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth 
Quintara Avenue, from Tenth Av S of P 

W to the O ean 
R, from Tenth Av S of Q, W to the 

Ocean. See Rivera Av 
R South, from Islais S W to Twentieth 

Av South 
Railroad Avenue (South S. F.), from 

Kentucky and Second Av South 

S W to San Bruno Av nr Fortieth 

Av South 
Railway Avenue, from E s Dolores bet 

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109 



Ralston (City Land Ass'n Tract). W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 

• Ramsell (Citv Land Ass'n Tract), W 

of San Jo6e \v nr County Line 

Randall (Fairmnui.t, Trad) from Mis- 
sion S of Thirtieth W to Palmer. 

Randall Place, from N f Greenwich bet 
Leavenworth and Hvdc 

Randolph (Citv Land Ass'n Tract), W 
of San Jose Av nr County Line 
;, Rausch, from S s Howard bet Seventh 
and Eighth, S E to Folsom 

Raymond Avenue, bet Arleta. and Le- 
land Avs W from San Bruno Av 

Redfield Alley, from W s Taylor bet 
Union and Filbert turning N to 
Filbert 

Redwood Court, from W s Howard bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth • 

Reed from N s Clay bet Jones and 
Leavenworth N to Washington 

Reed (now Newton), from Morse nr 
Curtis, S „ 

Reed Place, from S s Cireen bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 

Regan Place, from S s Geary bet Powell 
and Mason 

Regent (West End Tract), from Wyo- 
ming Av N W to Palmetto Av nr 
County Line 

Regley Place, from E s Pierce bet 
Greenwich and Iombard 

Reservoir, from N s Market bet 
Duboee Av and Fourteenth. W to 
Church 

Rey, W of San Bruno Av nr County 



vich bet 



Rhii 



Line 



W of San Jose Av nr County 



Rhode Island, from Division bet De 

Haro and Kansas, S to Mazzini 
Rice, from San Jose Av nr County Line 
Richland Avenue, from S P R R oppo- 
site Miguel E to Andover Av 
Richmond (now Halleck) 
Richmond Avenue, from Parker Av bet 
Point I obos Av and California, W 
to First ^v 
Richmond Court, S s Point Lobos Av 
bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth Av 
Rlckard, from W s Son Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 
Ridge Lane, from San Jose Av S of 

Mount Vernon Av W to Howth 
Ridley, now Duboee Av 
Riley. See Pleasant 
Rincon Avenue, from W s Japan to 
Second bet Brannan and Town- 
send 
Rincon Court, from W s Main bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Rineon Place, from S s Harrison bet 
First and Second, S E to Bryant 
Ringgold, from W s Eighth bet Fol6om 

and Harrison S \V to Ninth 
Ripley (Bemal Heights), from Shotwell 

S to Stonemnn, E to Peralta Av 
Riteh, from S s Fnlsom bet Third and 

Fourth, S E to Town6end 
Croat SU. W. E. 

Folsom 2 1 

Clary 

Harrison (c) (c) 

Brnint 200 201 

Brannan 300 301 

Townsend (e) (e) 

Rivera Avenue, from Tenth Av S of 

Quintara Av, W to the Ocean 
Rivoll Avenue, from Clayton bet Alma 
Av and Seventeenth to point W 
of Stanyan 
Roach, from N s Filbert bet Taylor 

and Jones, N to Greenwich 
Roanoke (Fairmount Tract), from 

Bemis S E to S P R R 
Rockland (late Brady Place), from E s 

Larkin bet Green and Union 
Rodney, now Ecker 



Rola Court, from S s Gret 
Laguna and Buchanan 
Romain, from Douglass nr Twentieth 
W to Corbett Av thence S W to 
Ijncoln Av 
Rome, from Niagara Av nr Huron Av, 

S\V 
Rondel Place, from S s Sixteenth bet 

Hoff Av and Valencia 
Roscoe (Bernal Heights), from Cres- 
cent Av nr Porter S 
Rose Alley, from W s New Montgomery 
bet Jessie anil Mission W to Annie 
Rose Avenue, from N s Market bet 

Haight and Page, W to Lagunn 
Cro«.s Sfo. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Cough 100 101 

Octavia 200 201 

Laguna (e) (0 

Rose Place, from E s Taylor bet Eddy 

and Ellis 
Rosecrans (Bernal Heights), from 

Esmeralda Av S to Powhattan 
Ross Alley. See Stout's Alley 
Rotteck (Spring Valley Homestead), 
from Bosworth W of Rou6seau S to 
Springdale 
Rousseau, from S P R R bet Milton 

and Rotteck S to Springdale 
Rowland, from S s Broadway bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Rushton, S s Brannan bet Third and 

Fourth 
Russ, from S s Minna bet Sixth and 

Seventh, S E to Folsom 
Russ Alley, from N s Bush bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, N to Pine 
Russell, from W 8 Hyde bet. Green 
and Union W to West End Alley 
Russia Avenue, from Mission S of 

Persia Av S E to La Grande Av 
Rutland, W of San Bruno Av nr 

Countv Line 
Rutledge Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from Holladay Av W to Alabama 
S of Montcalm 
Ryan, E of Alabama, from Precita 

Av S to Montcalm 
Ryan Avenue, now Florida 
S, from Eleventh Av S of R, W to the 

Ocean. See Santiago Av 
S South, from Islais S W to Twentieth 

Av South 
Sacramento, from the bay bet Cali- 
fornia and Clay, W to First Av 



ft. 



Market ,,nd East 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

S&nsomf! 500 501 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Webb 

Kearny 700 701 

Grant' Avenue 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Oreida Place 

Pioclie Alley.. 

Brooklyn Place 

Stockton 900 901 

Stephens-Court 

Prospect Place 

Miles Place 

Powell 1000 1001 

Hanover Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Yerba Buena -< — 

t'uslmian 

Tnvlor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Lysett Place 

Lerov Place 

Golden Court 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Kimball Place 

Hyde .1500 1501 



Larkin 1600 1610 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough (o) 2001 

Octavia (o) 2101 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner 2600 2601 

Pierce -2700 2701 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devisadero 2900 2901 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Presidio Avenue. .'.'.'.'.'.. 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3001 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry! 3900 3901 

First Avenue (c) (e) 

Sadowa, W of Sun Jose Av nr County 

Sagamore, W of San Jose Av nr County 
Lino 

Salem (late Row), from Crescent Av 
S E to Case 

Salina Place, from N s California bet 
Grant Av and Stockton 

Salinas Avenue (Paul Tract), from 
Railroad Av opp Thirty-third Av 
South, W to San Bruno Av 

Salmon, from N s Pacific bet Mason 
and Taylor. N to Broadway 

Salome. E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 
Creek 

Salvador (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
second Av South 

Samoset, from Franoonia Av N W to 
Peralta Av 

San Antonio, from W s Keamy bet 
Vallejo and Greeu, and from N 8 
Vallejo bet Kearny and Grant Av 

San Bruno Avenue, from Division bet 
Utah and Vermont, S to County 

San Carlos Avenue (late Jessie), from 
Sycamore Av bet. Mission and 
Valencia, S to Twenty-first 
San Domingo (South S. F.). See 

Fortv-nrst Avenue South 
San Joaquin (South 8. F.). See S 

South 
San Jose Avenue, from S s Twenty- 
second bet Valencia and Guerrero, 
S and S W to County Line 
Cress Sto. W. E 

Twenty-second 2 1 

Alvarado . , ~"~~~ 

Twenty-third 100 101 

Elizabeth ~~7 

Twenty-fourth 200 201 

Twenty-fifth 300 301 



sixth 400 401 



Twenty-i 

Armv 500 

Twenty-seventh 

Duncan 600 

Twenty-eighth 

Guerrero 

Vnllev 

Twenty-ninth 700 

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Thirtieth . 
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Circular Avenue 1600 — 

Ocean Avenue 2100 2101 

Mount Vernon Avenue. .2600 2"i01 

Sickles Avenue 3001 

Plymouth Avenue 3000 

San Miguel (late Miguel), from S s 
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Sanchez, from S s Thirteenth bet 

Church and Noe. S to Palmer 
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Duboce Avenue 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Ucnrv 

Fifteenth 

Market 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Dorland 

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Eighteenth 500 501 

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Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvnrado 

Twentv-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Clipper 

Twcutv-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 

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Twenty-seventh . 
Dun 



Twentv-eighth 1500 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day..' 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Sansome, from N s Market het Battery 
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Halleck 

Sacramento 400 

Commercial 



Jackson . 

Gold 

Pacific 800 

Stevens Alley . 



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Yallejo 1000 1001 

Rrecn 1100 1101 

Union 1200 1201 

Alta 

Filbert 1300 1301 

Greenwich 1400 1401 

Lombard 1500 1501 

Chestnut (e) (e) 

Santa Clara, now Seventeenth 
Santa Marina, from Mission nr Cort- 
land Av E to Elsie 
Santee (South S. F.I. See G South 
Santiago Avenue (fomerly S), from 
Eleventh Av S of Rivera Av W 
to the ocean 
Saratoga, from La Grande Av nr 

Woolsey S 
Saratoga Court, from N s Geary bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Sargent, \V of San .lose Av nr County 

Line 

Saturn, from point W of Clara Av N 

of Seventeenth, W to Serpentine 

Place 

Savannah (.South S. F.). See K South 

Sawyer, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Scheerer Place, from W s Mason bet 

Post and Sutter 
Schiller, VY of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Scholl Place, from S s Vallejo bet 

Powell and Mason 
School Alley, from W s Montgomery 
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Schottler Court, from York bet Twentv- 

fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Schuyler (Denial Heights, now 'Nevada 

Av), from S R Cortland Av bet 

Putnam and Prentiss 
Scrmerin, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Scotland, from N s Filbert bet Powell 

and Mason, N to Montgomery Av 
Scott, from N s Thirteenth bet Pierce 

and Devisadero, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Duboce Avenue (o) 1 

Llovd ■ 

Waller 100 101 

Haight 200 201 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 501 

Haves (o) 601 

Grove (o) 701 

Fulton SOO 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue .... 1000 1001 

Elm Avenue 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddv 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301 

O'FarreU 1400 1401 

Gearv (o) 1501 

Post' 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay (o) 2201 

Washington to) 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadwav 2600 2601 

Vallejo..' 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2S01 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3011 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3101 

Bav 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3001 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson.. 3800 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Scott Avenue, from Silver Av S E to 
Thornton Av 

Scott Place, from N s Pacific bet 
Powell and Mason, N to Broadway 

Sears, from Sherman Av S W to 
Sickles Av 

Second, from S s Market bet First and 
Third, S E to the bay 

Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 1 

Stevenson 

Mission . . 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Dow Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Silver 

Bryant 500 501 

Park Laue North 

Federal . . 

South Park 

Pe Boom 

Brannan 600 601 

Rineon Avenue 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry (e) (e) 



Second Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation S to Parnassus Av. For 
Nos. see Nineteenth Av 

Second Avenue South, from Water 
Front N W to lslais 

Seneca Avenue (West End Tract), 
from point nr Otsego Av N W to 
Tara S of Ocean Av 

Serpentine Avenue, from Utah, S of 
Twenty-fifth to Mission nr Army 
(partly closed) 

Serpentine Place, from I/iwer Terrace 
nr Juno \V to I.ower Terrace, nr 
Seventeenth 

Serpentine Road (now Temple), from 
N s Seventeenth W of Clara Av 

Serpentine Road, from Fourth Av and 
K to Seventh Av and N 

Servia (South S. F.l. See Thirteenth 
Av South 

Seventeenth, from the bay bet Six- 
teenth and Mariposa, W to Stan- 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 400 401 

Kentucky 500 501 

Tennessee... 600 601 

Minnesota 700 701 

Indiana 800 801 

!own , 900 901 

Pennsylvania 1000 1001 

Mississippi 1100 1101 

Texas 1200 1201 

Missouri 1300 1301 

Connecticut 1400 1401 

Arkansas 1500 1501 

Wisconsin 1600 1601 

Carolina 1700 1701 

De Haro 1800 1801 

Rhode Island 1900 1901 

Kansas 2000 2001 

Vermont 2100 2101 

San Bruno Avenue 2200 2201 

Utah 2300 2301 

Potrero Avenue 2400 2401 

Hampshire 2500 2501 

York 2600 2601 

Brvant 2700 2701 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 2900 2901 

Harrison 3000 3001 

1'ivision 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Sholwell 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3301 

Hoff Avenue 

Valencia 3400 3401 

Albion Avenue 

Dearborn Place 

Guerrero 3500 3501 

Dolores 3600 3601 

Alemanv 

Church. 3700 3701 

Hardy ■ 

Dehon 

Sanchez 3800 3801 

Prosper 

Pond 

Noe 3900 3901 

Hartford 

Market 

Castro 4000 4001 

Collingwood 

Diamond 4101 

Eureka 

Douglas, 4200 4201 

Clara Avenue 4300 4301 

Corhett. Place 4401 

Temple 4400 

Mars 

Lower Terrace 4500 

Uranus 4501 

Olympus 

Ashburv 4600 4601 

Cole..! 4700 

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Seventeenth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to X. For Nob. see 

Nineteenth Av 
Seventeenth Avenue South, from Water 

Front N W to Jsiaia Creek 
Seventh, from 8 s Market bet Sixth 

and Eighth, S E to Pennsylvania 



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Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 



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Natoma . . 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Decker Alley 

Cleveland • 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Belmont Place 

Brannan BOO 601 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 S01 

Channel 

Seventh Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation S to N, For Nos, see 
Nineteenth Av 
Seventh Avenue South, from Water 

Front N W to Islnis Creek 
Seward, from Douglass nr Twentieth, 

N W to Eagle 
Seymour Avenue, from Golden Gate 
Av bet Scott and Devisadero, N 
to Turk 
Shakespeare, from San Jose Av N W 

• County Line 
Shakespeare, now Isabel 
Sharon, from Fifteenth bet Church 

and Sanchez S to Sixteenth 
Sharp Place, from S s Union het 

yorth and Hyde 
Shasta, now Twenty-first 
Shaw Alley (late Sullivan Alley), from 
S s Mission bet First and Second 
to Minna 
Shepard Place, from E s MasoD bet 

nd Washington 
Sheridan, from W s Ninth bet Folsom 

and Harrison S W to Tenth 
Sherman, from S a Folsom bet Sixth 

nth, S E to Harrison 
Sherman Avenue (West End Tract), 
from Mission N W to San Jose 
Av nr County Line 
Sherwood Place, from E s Third bet 



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Shields. W of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Ship (South S. F.), from Fifth Av 
South nr the bay, S W to County 
Line 
Shipley, from Elizabeth PI bet Folsom 

and Harrison, S W to Sixth 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Elizabeth Place 2 1 

Louisa Alley 

Fourth 100 101 

Fifth 200 201 

Sixth (e) (e) 

Shipley, from Harrison Av S W. See 

Bruce Place 
Short, from Eagle W to Falcon Av 
Short Alley, from Short S to Falcon Av 
Shotwell, from S s Fourteenth bet 
Folsom and Howard, S to Esmer- 
alda Av 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Fourteenth 2 1 

Fifteenth 100 101 

Sixteenth 200 201 

Seventeenth 300 301 

Eighteenth 400 401 

Nineteenth 500 501 

Twentieth 600 601 

Twenty-first 700 701 

Twenty-second 800 801 



Twenty-third 900 901 

Twenty -fourth 1000 1001 

Twenty-fifth ' ...1100 1101 

Twenty-sixth 1200 1201 

Armv.' 1300 1301 

Precita Avenue (c) (c) 

Bernal Avenue 1500 

Montezuma 

Aztec ■ 

Stoneman — — 1601 

Coso Avenue 1600 

Ripley 

Esmeralda Avenue (e) (e) 

Shrader, from Fulton bet Cole and 

Stanyan, S to Frederick and from 
Grattan S to Carmel 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 J01 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

500 501 



Haight 600 

Waller 700 

Beulah 800 801 

Frederick (c) (c) 

Carl 1000 1001 

Parnassus Avenue 1100 1101 

Grattan 1200 1201 

Alma 1300 1301 

Rivoli Avenue 1400 1401 

Seventeenth 1500 1501 

Carmel (e) (e) 

Sickles Avenue, from Mission N W to 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Sierra, now Twenty-second 
Silliman from San Bruno Av S of Silver 

Av W to Moscow 
Silver, from W s Second bet Harrison 

and Bryant, S W to Fourth 
Silver Alley, from View Av N of Twen- 
ty-third W to Corbett Av 
Silver Avenue, from Mission E to San 
Bruno Av, thence N E to Seven- 
teenth Av South nr Cj South 
Silver Star Place, from N s Pacific bet 

Battery and Sansome 
Simpson Place, from W s First bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Sixteenth, from the bay bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth. W to Ashbury 



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Kentucky . 



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300 301 



Yuma 700 

Pennsylvania 

West El Dorado 800 



901 



Seventh 900 

Texas 

South 1000 

Missouri 1001 

Connecticut 1101 

Hubbell... .1100 

\rkansas 1201 

Eightli 1200 

Wi.-mrisin 1300 1301 

Carolina 1400 1401 

DeHaro 1500 1501 

Rhode Island 1600 1601 

Kansas 1700 1701 

Vermont 1800 1801 

San Bruno Avenue 1900 1901 

Utah 2000 2001 

Potrero Avenue . . .2100 2101 

Hampshire 2200 2201 

York 2300 2301 

Brvant 2400 2401 

Florida 2500 2501 

Alabama 2600 2601 

Division 

H:,rrUiu 2700 2701 

Folsom 2800 2801 



Shotwell 

Howard 2900 2901 

Capp 

Mission 3000 3001 

Lida Place 

Hoff Avenue 

Julian Avenue 

Rondel Place 

Caledonia Ailev 

Valencia 3100 3101 

Albion Avenue 

Guerrero 3200 3201 

Spencer Ailev 

Dolores....'. 3300 3301 

Landers 

Church 34O0 3401 

Hardy 

Sharon 

Dehon 

Sanchez 3500 1501 

Prosper 

Pond 

Market 3601 

Noe 3600 

Castro 3700 3701 

Flint 

Juno ... ■ 4001 

Pluto 

Lower Terrace . , 4100 

Ashbury (e) (e) 

Sixteenth Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation S to X. For Nos. see 
Nineteenth Av 

Sixteenth Avenue South, from Water 
Front N W to Islais. Creek 

Sixth, from S s Market bet Fifth and 
Seventh, S E to Sixteenth 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

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Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Shipley 

Clary 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Sixth Avenue, from Presidio Reserva- 
tion S to Serpentine Road. For 
Noe. see Nineteenth Av 
Sixth Avenue South, from Water Front 

N W to Islais 
Solano, now Eighteenth 
Somerset from S s Silver Av W of 

Goettingen 
Sonoma, now Twenty-fourth 
Sonoma Place, now San Antonio 
Sonora, from N s Green bet Kearny and 

Grant Av, N to Union 
Sophie Terrace, from N s Pine bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
South, from the bay nr Hubbell S W 

to Sixteenth 
South Avenue, E of Mission from Holly 

Park Av S to Crescent Av 
South Broderick. from junction Buena 
Vista Av and Duboce Av S to 
Tilden 
South California. Sec California South 
South Park, from W s Second bet 
Brvant and Brannan, S W to 
Third 
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Folst.ni 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Spencer Alley, from 8 s Fifteenth liet 
Guerrero and Dolores S to Six- 
teenth 
Spot ford, from N s Clay bet Grant At 

and Stockton, N to Washington 
Sprockets, \V of Son Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Sprockets Avenue (Sunnyside), from 
Circular Av bet Flood and Wieland 
Avs W 
Spring, from S s California bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Springdale (late Islais), from W s Mis- 
sion S of Bosworth 
Spruce, from Presidio Reservation bet 
Locust and Maple, S to California 
Cross Sts. E, W. 

Presidio Reservation. .. . 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clav 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

St. Charles Place, from E s Kearnv bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
St Francis (South S. F.). See T South 
St- George Alley, from N s Bush bet 
Kearny and Grant Av, N to Pine 
St Germain Avenue (Clarendon 
Heights), from Lincoln Av N of 
Twentieth to point W of Stanvan 
St. John (South S. F.). See P South 
St Joseph's Avenue, from N s Turk bet 
Broderirk and Baker, X to Geary 
St Lawrence (South S. F.). See B 

St Louis Alley, from S s Jackson bet 

Grant Av find Stockton 
St. Mary's Avenue, from W s Mission S 

of Crescent Av 
St. Mary's Place, from N s Pine bet 

Kearny and Grant Av, N to Cali- 

St. Rose's, from Masonic Av S of Point 

Lobos Av 
St. Thomas (South S. F.). See Fifth 

Av South 
Stable Alley, from E s Valencia bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth to Cnle- 



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Standish (Bernal Heights, now Peralta 

Av), from Esmeralda Av S to 

Powhattan 
Stanford, from S s Hrannan bet Second 

nnd Third, SEti Townsend 
Stanford Heights ■ Avenue (Stanford 

Heights), from Twenty-fifth S to 

Melrose Av 
Stanley (City Land Aes'n Tract), W of 

San Jose Av nr Countv Line 
Stanly Court, from I ■". s Stanly Place het 



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Stanly Place, from S s Harrison bet 
First and Second. S E to Bryant 

Stanton, from Douglass nr Twentieth 
to Falcon Av 

Stanvan, Iron Fulton W of Shnder S to 
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Waller 


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Carl 


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Eighteenth ■ 

Belgrave Avenue 1300 1301 

Clarendon Avenue 

Mountain Spring Avenue 
St. Germain Avenue. . . . 
Twentieth 

Stanyan Avenue, from Twenty-fifth S 
to Melrose Av 

Star (Bernal Heights), from Franconia 
to Peralta Av 

Stark (late Polk Lone), from E s Stock- 
ton bet Paeifir and Broadway 

State Avenue (Crocker Boy Shore 
Tract) bet Peninsula and Nueva 
Avs, sts from point nr Leland Av 

States, from W s Castro bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth 

Steiner, from N s Thirteenth bet Fill- 
* more and Pierce, N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

DuboceAv 2 (c) 

Hermann 100 

Germania Avenue 

Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Haight 300 301 

Page 400 401 

Oak 500 Ml 

Fell 600 601 

Hayes 700 (o| 

Grove 800 (o) 

Fulton 900 901 

McMlister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue. .1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Ellis 1400 1401 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Elliot Park 

Geary 1600 (o) 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1S01 

Bush 1900 1901 

Wildev Avenue 

Pine 2000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Ferine Place 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clav 2300 (n) 

Washington 24O0 (o) 

Jarksor 2500 2501 

Pacific Avenue. 260Q 2601 

Rroaduav 2700 2701 

Vallejo..' 2000 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

Pixley Avenue 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton Avenue 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chesnut 3400 3401 

Francisco 3500 3501 

Bav 3600 3601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach :«00 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonrpiin 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Stephens Court, from S s Sacramento 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Steuart, from S s Morket bet East. 
South and Spear. S E lo the boy 

Cms Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison (e) (e) 

Steuben (late York), from Islais Creek 

to San Bruno Av 
Stevloe Place, from E s Jones bet Ellis 

and O'Farrell 
Stevens Alley, from S s Broadway bet 
Battery and Sansome turning W 
to Sansome 
Stevenson, from W s First bet Market 
and Jessie, S W to Fourteenth 



Cross Sts. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Second.;'.;'.!! '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 100 101 

New Montgomery (c) (c 

Annie 

Third 2O0 201 

Fourth (c) (o) 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 501 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth (c) (c) 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth (c) (c) 

Eleventh (c) (c) 

Twelfth 1100 1101 

Brady 1200 1201 

Crocker 

Hermann 1300 1301 

Duboce Avenue (c) (c) 

Clinton Park 1430 1431 

Fourteenth (e) (e) 

Stevenson, from Sycamore Av to 

Twenty-first See Lexington Ay 

Stevenson Avenue, from E 8 Valencia 

bet Market and Hermann 
Stillings Avenue (Glen Park Terrace), 
from a point E of Detroit, E 
thence 8 E to Burnside Av 
Stockton, from N a Market bet Grant 

Av and Powell, N to the bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market ond Ellis 2 1 

O'Farrell 100 101 

Geary 200 (o) 

Union Square Avenue. . . 

Post 300 301 

Stockton Place ■ — - 

Sutter 400 401 

Bush 500 50! 

Emma 

Pine 600 601 

California 700 701 

Emmet Place .— * — 

Sacramento 800 801 

Clay 900 901 

Washington 1000 1001 

Jackson 1100 1101 

Pacific 1200 1201 

Stark 

Broadway 1300 1301 

Vallejo 1400 1401 

Card Alley 

Montgomery Avenue. . . . 

Green 1500 1501 

U.ion .....1600 1601 

Filbert 1700 1701 

Greenwich 1800 1801 

Lombard 1900 1901 

Chestnut 2000 2001 

Pfeiffer 

Francisco 210# 2101 

Bay 2200 2201 

NorthPoint 2300 2301 

Beach 2400 2401 

East North (e) (e) 

Stockton Place, from W s Grant Av bet 

Post and Sutter, W to Stockton 
Stone, from N s Washington bet Stock- 
ton and Powell, N to Jackson 
Stoneman, from Shotwell nr Ripley to 

Folsom 
Stout's Alley, from N s Washington bet 
Grant Av and Stockton, N to 

Stringham, E of Sou Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 
Sullivan, now Parnassus Av 
Sullivan Alley, from S s Mission bet 

First and Second. See Shaw 

Alley 
Sumatra (South S. F.). See Seven- 
teenth Av South 
Summer, from W s Montgomery bet 

Pine nnd California, VV to Kearny 
Summit, from junction Majestic Av 

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Sumner, from S s Howard bet Seventh 

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P Buchanan and Webster 
unny Dale Avenue, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Sunny Side Avenue (Sunnyside), from 

Circular Av nr San Jose Av W 
••I to Hamburg 
Suntet Avenue, now Edgewood Av, 

from Farnsworth Lane W of Wil- 

lard 8 to Woodland Av 
Sunshine Court, from E s Eighth bet 

Howard and Foisom 
Surman (Reis Tract) bet Wyant and 

Alberta, from Campbell Av N to 

WUde Av 
Surrey, from W b Castro nr Chenery 
Sussex flat* Kent), from W s Castro 

Susquehanna (South S. F.). See N 

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Sutro Heights Avenue, bet A and B 
from Forty-sixth to Forty-Eighth 
Avs 
Sutter, from junction Market and San- 
some bet Post and Bush, W to 
Central Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Saneome 2 1 

Montgomery 100 101 

Trinity 

Lick Place 

Kearny 200 201 

Clara Lane 

Grant Avenue 300 301 

Stockton 400 401 

Powell 500 501 

Delaware Court 

Mason 600 601 

Taylor 700 701 

JoneB 800 801 

Leavenworth 900 901 

Hvde 1000 1001 

Larkin 1100 1101 

Polk 1200 1201 

Van Ness Avenue 1300 1301 

Franklin 1400 1401 

Cough 1500 1501 

Octavia 1600 1601 

Laguna 1700 1701 

Sutter Place 

Buchanan 1800 1801 

Webster 1900 1901 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2000 2001 

Steiner 2100 2101 

Pierce 2200 2201 

Scott...- 23011 2301 

Ilcvisadero 2400 2401 

Uri.dcrick 2500 2501 

Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon 2700 2701 

Presidio Avenue (e) (e) 

Sutter Place, from N « Sutter bet 

Laguna and Buchanan 
Swan, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Sweeny, from W s San Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 
Swiss Avenue (Glen Park), bet Conrad 
and Mizpah Av from Surrey N to 
Arbor 

Sycamore Avenue (late Willow), from 
W s Mission bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth, W to Valencia 
T, now Taraval Av 

T South, from Fifth Av South S W to 
Tenth Av South and from Eigh- 
teenth Av South to Nineteenth Av 
South 

Tacoma Avenue, from W s Fifteenth 
Av bet Point Loboe Av and 
Clement 
Tahiti (South 8. F.). See Forty-sixth 

Av South 
Talbert, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 

Tallapoosa (South S. F.). See F South 
Tara, W of San Jose Av nr San Miguel 



Taraval Avenue, from Twelfth Av S of 
Santiago Av W to the ocean 

Tay, from S s Clay bet Powell and 
Mason 

Taylor, from N s Market bet Mason 
and Jones, N to the bay 



Market and Golden Gate 

Avenue 2 

Turk 100 

Opal Place 

Eddy 200 

Hose Place 

Ellis 300 

O'Farrell 400 

Geary 500 

Derby Place 

Adelaide Place. 

Taylor Place 



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Lewis Place — 
Hobart Alley . . 
Sutter 700 



701 



800 801 



Mulford Alley.. 

Pine 90U 901 

Villa Place 

California 1000 1001 

Sacramento 1100 1101 

Pleasant 

Clay 1200 1201 

Washington 1300 1301 

Jackson 1400 1401 

Pacific 1500 1501 

Bernard 

Broadway 1600 1601 

Falcon Place 

Vallejo 1700 1701 

Green 1800 1801 

Lincoln 

Union 1900 1901 

Kedfield Alley 

Taylor Terrace — — ■ 

Filbert 2000 2001 



Greenwich 2100 2101 

Lombard 2200 2201 

Montgomery Avenue. .. . 2301 

Chestnut 2300 

Water 

FranciBco 2400 2401 

Vandewater 

Bav 2500 2501 

NorthPoint 2600 2601 

Beach 2700 2701 

Jefferson 2800 2801 

Taylor Place, from E s Taylor bet 

Geary and Post 
Taylor Terrace, from E s Tavlor bet 

Union and Filbert 
Teddy Avenue (Reis Tract), bet Camp- 
bell and Arleta Avs from San 
Bruno Av W to Fay, 
Tehama, from W s First bet Howard 

and Clementina, S W to Ninth 
Cross Sit. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Maiden Alley ■ 

Second 100 101 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth (c) (c) 

Seventh (c) (c) 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (e) (e) 

Tehama Place, from E s First bet 

Howard and Foisom 
Telegraph Place, from N s Greenwich 

bet Kearny and Grant Av 
Temple (late Serpentine Road), from 
S s Serpentine Place, W of Clara 
Av, S to Seventeenth 
Teneriffe (South S. F.), see Fifteenth 

Av South 
Tennessee, from South bet Kentucky 

and Minnesota, S to Tulare 
Tenth, from S s Market bet Ninth and 
Eleventh, S E to Division 



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Stevenson . 



Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Foisom 300 301 

Sheridan 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Division (e) (e) 

Tenth Avenue, from Mountain Lake 
Park, S to R 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Presidio 2 1 

Lake 100 101 

California 200 201 

Clement 300 301 

Point Lobos Avenue .... 400 401 



Fulton 

Golden Gate Park 

H 1200 1201 

1 1300 1301 

J 1400 1401 

K 1500 1501 

L 1600 1601 

M 1700 1701 

N 1800 1801 

O 1900 1901 

For Nos. South of O see Nineteenth 
Av 
Tenth Avenue South, from Water Front 

N W to Islais 
Tevis (South S. F.), from Water Front 

S W to Countv Line 
Texas, from Sixttent i bet Mississippi 

and Missouri, S to Tulare 
Theresa, from N W e Mission bet 

Tingley and Cotter 
Third, from S s Market bet Second 

and Fourth, S E to the bay 
Cross Sit. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 




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100 101 



Hunt 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Foisom 300 

Verona Place 

Harrison 400 

Perry 

Silver 

Bryant 500 

Park Lane North 

South Park 

Park Lane South 

Brannan 600 



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King. 

Berry 800 801 

Channel (e) (e) 

Third Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation S to Parnassus Av. For 
Nos. see Nineteenth Av, 
Third Avenue South, from Water Front 

N W to Islais 
Thirteenth, from Harrison bet Twelfth 

and Fourteenth, W to Mission 
Cross 8ts, N. S. 

Harrison 2 1 

Bernice 

Treat Avenue — - 

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Howard 200 

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Thirteenth Avenue, from Mountain 
Lake Park S to U. For Nos. see 
Nineteenth Av 
Thirteenth Avenue South, from Water 

Front N W to lslais Creek 
Thirtieth, from W s Mission S of 

Twenty-ninth, W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sta. N. S. 

Mission 2 1 

San Jose Avenue ...... 100 101 

Dolores .200 201 

Chenery. 

Church 300 

Dame 301 

Whitnev 

Sanchez 400 401 

Harper 

Noe 500 501 

Laidley 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 

Thirtieth Avenue, from Lake S to X. 

For Nos, see Nineteenth Av 

Thirtieth Avenue South, from County 

Line N W to Railroad Av, and 

from N South to Charter Oak Av 

Thirty-eighth Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 

Thirty-eighth Avenue South, from 

County Line N W to San Bruno Av 

Thirty-fifth Avenue, from Clement S 

toX. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 

Thirty-fifth Avenue South, from County 

Line N W to San Hruno Av 
Thirty-first, from Lincoln Av W to 

Fowler Av 
Thirty-first Avenue, from Lake S to X. 

For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Thirty-first Avenue South, from County 

Line N W to Railroad Av 
Thirty-fourth, from Detroit to Fowler 

Av 

Thirty-fourth Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 

Thirty-fourth Avenue South, from 

County Line N W to Salinas Av 

Thirty-ninth Avenue, from Clement 8 

to X, For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 

Thirty-ninth Avenue South, from 

County Line N W to San Bruim Av 

Thirty-second, from Lincoln Av W to 

Fowler Av 
Thirty-second Avenue, from Lake S to 

X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Thirty-second Avenue South, from 
County Line N W to Railroad Av 
Thirty-seventh Avenue, from Clement 
S to X. For Nos. see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Thirty-seventh Avenue South, from 
County Line N W to San Bruno Av 
Thirty-sixth Avenue, from Clement S 
to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Thirty-sixth Avenue South, from 
County Line N W to San Bruno Av 
Thirty-third, from Lincoln Av W to 

Oswego 

Thirty-third Avenue, from Clement S 

to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 

Thirty-third Avenue South, from 

County Line N W to Railroad Av 

Thornton, W of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Thornton Avenue (Silver Terrace), 

from W s Railroad Av opposite 

Twentieth Av South, W to San 

Bruno Av 
Thrift, West of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Tiffany Avenue, from Valencia nr 

junction Mission, S W to Twenty- 
Tiffany Place (late Churchill Court), 

from W s Mission bet Valencia 

and Twenty-ninth 
ltden, from Castro opposite Beaver 

W to Park Hill Av 



CHOCK EK-LANGLEY DIRECTORY 



Tillman Alley, from W s Grant Av 

bet Sutter and Stockton Place 
Tingley, from N W s of Mission nr 

Silver Av 
Tioga Avenue (Reis Tract ', bet Tucker 
and Wilde Avs, from Delta E to 
Wilde 

Tobago (South S, F.). Sec Thirty- 
fourth Av South 
Tobln, now Sunny Dale Avenue 
Tomasa (Hernal Heights), from Peralta 

Av S E to Holladay Av 
Tombigbee (South S. F.). See Q South 
Tonningsen Place (late Bowles Plan-). 
from N s Howard bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth 
Tonquin. from the bay bet Jefferson 
nd Lewis, W to Presidio Reser- 
.ation 
Torrens Court, from N s Clay bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Townsend, from the bay bet Brannan 

nd King, S W to Eighth 
Cross Sis, N. S. 

First 2 1 

Gale ■ 

Japan 

Second 100 101 

Stanford 

Hammond Place 

( 'larence Place 

Third 200 201 

Riteh 

Clyde ■ 

Crooks 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 501 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth 700 (e) 

Division (e) 

Treat Avenue, from S s Thirteenth lief 
Folsom and Harrison to point S 
of Precita Av 
Cross 67s. W. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth (c) (c) 

Fifteenth (c) (c) 

Sixteenth (c) (c) 

Seventeenth (c) (c) 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 701 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twentv-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

(c) (c) 



Precita Av 1500 1501 

Tremont Avenue, from S s Waller bet 

Ashbury and Clayton to point S 

of Frederick 
Trent Alley, from N s Twenty-fourta. 

bet Dolores and Chattanooga 
Trenton (late Virginia), from N s 

Washington bet Stockton and 

Powell, N to Pacific 
Trinidad (South S. F.). Sec Seventh 

Av South 
Trinity, from N s Sutter bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, X to Bush 
Troy Alley, from W s Hyde bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay 
Truett, from W 3 Mason bet Clay and 

Washington 
Trumbull, from E s Mission nr Silver Av 
Tucker Avenue, (Reis Tract) bet Camn- 

bell and Tioga Avs, from Delta, 

E to Wilde 
Tulare, from the bay along X s lslais 

Creek, W to Barneveld Av 
Turk, from junction Market and 

Mason bet Golden Gate Av and 

Eddv, W to First Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Mason 2 1 

Margaret Court 



Taylor 100 tlOl 

Jones 200 201 

Ijcaveuworth . 300 ) 301 

Hyde 400 401 

Marye Terrace M{ — - 

Dodge. 

Larkin 500 '501 

Laurel Avenue 

Polk 600 601 

Van Ness Avenue 700 701 

Franklin 800 S01 

Cough (o) (o) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna 1100 1101 

Buchanan 1200 1201 

Webster 1300 1301 

Fillmore 1400 1401 

Steiner 1500 1501 

Pierce 1600 1601 

Scott 1700 1701 

Seymour Avenue 

ricvisadero 1800 180) 

Broderick WOO 1901 

St. Joseph's Avenue .... 

Baker (o) 2001 

Lyon (o) 2101 

Central Avenue (o) 2201 

Masonic Avenue 2300 (o) 

Wood 2400 (o) 

Parker Avenue (o) 2901 

WiUard North 3100 3101 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Tustin Avenue, Sunnyeide (Glen Park 
Terrace), from point of intersec- 
tion of Berkshire W and thence S 
to point nr Mangels Av 
Twelfth, from S s Market bet Eleventh 

and Brady S E to Harrison 

Cross SU. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

West Mission 

Mission 100 101 

Glen Park Avenue. 

Howard 200 201 

Kissling 

Folsom 300 301 

Isis. ' — ~ 

Bernice 

Harrison (c) (c) 

Twelfth Avenue, from Mountain Lake 

Park S to T 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Presidio 2 

Lake 100 101 

California 200 201 

Clement 300 301 

Point Lobos Avenue... 400 401 

\ 500 501 

B' 600 601 

C.'. 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

For numbering south of Golden 
Gate Park see Nineteenth Av 

Twelfth Avenue South, from Water 

Front N W to lslais Creek 
Twentieth, from the bay bet Nineteenth 

and Twenty-first, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Michigan 500 .501 

Illinois 600 501 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee 800 S01 

Minnesota 900 901 

Indiana 1000 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 

Connecticut 1600 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wisconsin 1800 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

Dc Haro 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 2300 2301 

San Bruno Avenue 2400 2401 



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Utah 2500 (o) 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

?»r hire fm sss 

Bryant.: ! .2900 2901 
Florida 3000 3001 

Albania ™°, SB 

Harrison 3200 3201 

Treat Avenue 3250 3251 

Folsom 3300 3301 

Shotwdl 3350 3351 

Howard. 3400 3401 

Capp 3450 3451 

Mission 3500 3501 

San Carlos Avenue 

Lexington " 

Valencia 3600 dbOl 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church.. 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4111 

Ko° rd 4200 4^i 

Enreka 4500 4501 

Douglass <c) (c) 

Twentieth Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation S to X. For Nor. see 
Nineteenth Av 

Twentieth Avenue South, from A South 
N W to Railroad Av, and from 
Silver Av to Elmira 

Twenty-eighth, from W s Guerrero bet 
Duncan and Valley, W to Fowler 



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Guerrero 

Dolores 100 

Church.. '200 

Sanchez 300 

Noe .400 -HJ1 

Castro' 500 501 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglass '00 701 

Hoffman Avenue 800 801 

Bellevue 900 901 

Twenty-eighth Avenue, from Lake S 

to X. For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Twenty-eighth Avenue South, from 
County Line N W to Railroad Av, 
and from M S to Charter Oak Av 
Twenty-fifth, from the bay bet. Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-sixth, W to 
Fowler Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois 800 80 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota 1100 1101 

Indiana 1200 1201 

Iowa 1300 1301 

Pennsylvania 1400 1401 

Mississippi 1500 1501 

Texas.. 1600 1601 

Missouri 1700 1701 

Connecticut 1800 1801 

Arkansas 1900 1901 

Wisconsin 2000 2001 

Carolina 2100 2101 

DeHaro 2200 2201 

Rhode Island 2300 2301 

Kansas 2400 2401 

Vermont 2500 250 

San Bruno Avenue 2600 260 1 

Utah 2700 2701 

Potrero Avenue 2«00 2801 

Hampshire 2850 2851 

York 2900 2901 

Bryant 2950 2951 

Florida 3000 3001 

Alabama 3050 3051 

Harrison 3100 Jo) 

Treat Avenue 3150 3151 

Garfield Avenue 

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Horace Alley — — 

ShoiweU 3250 3251 

Virgil Alley. . 

Howard 

Cypress Alley . 
Capp 

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Orange. Alley 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Poplar Alley 

San .lose \ venue OOUO JWJI 

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\ne . ...4100 4101 
(•..,,'ro 4200 4201 

n'ia ;,id" :::.:.. 4300 1301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Homestead 4500 4501 

Hoffman Avenue 4600 4601 

Fountain «00 4701 

Bellevue 4800 4801 

High 

Corbett Avenue 

Twenty-fifth Avenue, from point N of 
Lake S to X. For Nos. see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Twenty-fifth Avenue South, from 
Water Front N W to Williams Av 
Twenty-firtt, from the Bay bet 
Twentieth and Twenty-second, W 
to View Av 



Rhode Island 2200 2201 

Kansas *"UU .*» 

Vermont 2400 240 

Sa n Bruno Avenue 2500 2.ifl 

Utah 2600 2*01 

Potrero Avenue 2700 2701 

? r 7 k p6hire ::ioo woi 

Brv-.nt 2S50 2A51 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama .MM *g 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Tr'^Avenue:: .'.'^ 3051 

F V f4 3100 3101 

Shotwdl" " 31.50 3151 

Howard 3200 3201 

Cypress Alley . 

Capp 

Lilac Alley. . 

Mission 

Osage Alley. 



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Michigan 500 

San Bruno \venue 2400 2401 

Utah 2500 2501 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 2650 2651 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant '«50 2751 

K r ,|, '2800 '2801 

Abh ama 2850 2851 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 2950 2951 

K„N„in 3000 3001 

Shotweil 3050 3051 

Howard 3100 3101 

Capp 3150 3151 

Mission 3200 3201 

San Carlos Avenue 

Bartlett 

Valencia .3300 3301 

Guerrero 3400 3401 

Alder AUey 

Fair Oaks 

QuinceAlley 

Dolores 3500 3501 

Chattanooga.. — ~" 

Church 3600 3601 

Sanchez 3700 3701 

xj oe 3800 3801 

castro.:.:..:: 3900 3901 

Collingwood 4000 4001 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Fnreka 4200 4201 

Douglass: ::::::::.:... 43oo 4301 

Twenty-firtt Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to X. For Nos. 

see Nineteenth Av 
Twenty-first Avenue South, from A 

South N W to Railroad Av 
Twenty-fourth, from the Bay bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth, 

W to Corbett Av 

C™ ss S(s - Ji: Js 

Illinois 700 70 

Kentucky 800 80 

Tennessee 900 901 

Minnesota 1000 00 

Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

DeHaro .2100 2101 



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3300 3301 



3500 3501 
3600 3601 
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Harriett. ..: 3350 3351 

Orange AUey 

Valencia ...3400 3401 

Poplar Alley- 
San Jose Ave 
Guerrero . . 
Fair Oaks . . . 

QuinceAlley 

Dolores.. 3700 3701 

Trent AUey ., 

Chattanooga 37oO 375 

Church 3800 3801 

Vichsturg 3850 3851 

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v n » .4000 4001 

K,tro 4100 4101 

Sfmond. :::.:: .4200 420. 

Douglass 4300 4301 

Homestead — — 4351 

Hoffman Avenue 4400 4401 

Fountain ■ T 

Bellevue 4500 4o01 

Corbett Avenue fe) te) 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to X. For Nos. 

see Nineteenth Av 

Twenty-fourth Avenue South, from 

Water Front N W to Williams Av 

Twenty-ninth, frum W s Mission bet 

Valley and Day, W to Fowler Av 

Cross Sts. »• s - 

Mission 2 

Tiffany Avenue — — 

SanJose " 100 JO 

!><>l"res 200 20 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 40 

w oe 500 501 

castro.::.:.: eoo m 

Diamond 700 70 

Douglass 800 801 

Twenty-ninth Avenue, 
S to X. 
Av 
Twenty-ninth Avenue South, from 
County Line N W to Railroad Av, 
and from N South to Charter Oak 
Av 
Twenty-wond, from the Bay bet 
Twenty-first and Humboldt, W to 
View Av 

Cross Sts. N. 8. 

Maryland ?00 201 

Louisiana <**" o"J 

Georgia 400 401 

Michigan t^0 501 

Illinois 600 601 

Kentucky 700 70 

Tennessee 800 80 

Minnesota 900 901 

Indiana 1000 00 

Iowa HOO 1101 

Pennsylvania 1200 120 1 

Mississippi l$JV loo* 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 



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1700 1701 

1800 1801 

Carolina. . . . 1900 1901 

Lie Hare 2000 2001 

Rhode Island.. 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 3300 2301 

.San Bruno Avenue 2400 (o) 

Utah. (c) (o) 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 2650 26',! 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2760 2751 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 2850 2851 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 2950 2951 

Folsom 3000 3001 

Bhotwett. 3050 3051 

Howard 3100 .'(101 

Capp 3150 3151 

Mission 3200 3201 

Bartlctt 3250 3251 

Valencia 3300 3301 

San Jose Avenue 

Guerrero 3400 340) 

Alder Allev 

Fair Oaks 3450 3451 

Quince Alley 

Dolores 3500 3501 

Chattanooga 3550 3551 

Church 3600 3601 

Vicksburg 

Sanchez 3700 3701 

Noe 3800 ,1801 

Castro 3900 3901 

Collingwood.. 

Diamond 4000 4001 

Eureka 4100 4101 

Douglass 4200 4201 

Worth 

Hoffman Avenue 

View Avenue (e) (e) 

Twenty-second Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to X. For Nos, Bee 

Nineteenth Av 

Twenty-second Avenue South, from 

A South, N W to Railroad Av 
Twenty-seventh, from \Y s Sun Jose 

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100 101 



Dolores. 200 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

New Grove Avenue 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Twenty-seventh Avenue, from Lake 

StoX. For Nos. seeNinet.-cnth 

Av 

Twenty-seventh Avenue South, from 

County Line N W to Thornton Av 

Twenty-sixth, from the Bay bet 

Twenty-fifth and Army, \V to 

Fowler Av 

Cross Sin. N. S. 

Illinois 800 801 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota 1100 1101 

Indiana 1200 1201 

Iowa (c) (c) 

Kansas 2400 2401 

Vermont (c) (c) 

San Bruno Avenue 2608 2601 

Utah ( C ) ( C ) 

York 2700 2901 

Bryant 

Florida.. 3000 3001 

Alabama 

Harrison (o) 3101 

Treat Avenue 



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Garfield Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Horace Allev. 

Shot well 

Virgil AUev 

Howard 3300 3301 

Cypress Alley 

Capp 

Lilac Allev 

Mission 3400 3401 

Osage Allev 

Bartlctt 

Orange Allev.. . . 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Poplar Allev 

San Jose Avenue 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks . 

Dolores... . 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 1301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Twenty-sixth Avenue, t'roai Lake S to \. 

For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Twenty-sixth Avenue South, from 
Water Front N W to Thornton Av 
Twenty-third, from the Bav bet Hum- 
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Corbett Av 



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Kentucky 

Tennessee 900 901 

Minnesota 1000 1001 

Indiana 1100 1101 

Iowa 1200 1201 

Pennsylvania 1300 1301 

Mississippi 1400 1401 

Texas 1500 1501 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut 1700 1701 

Arkansas 1800 1801 

Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

DeHaro 2100 2101 

Rhode Island 2200 2201 

Kansas 2300 2301 

Vermont 2400 2401 

San Bruno Avenue. (o) 2501 

Utah (o) 2601 

Potrero Avenue.. ,2700 2701 

Hampshire 2750 2751 

York 2800 2801 

Bryant 2850 2851 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 2950 2951 

Harris,™ 3000 3001 

Treat Avenue 3050 3051 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shut well 3150 3151 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 3228 3227 

Mission 3300 3301 

Hartlett 3350 3351 

Valeacin 3400 3401 

San Jose Avenue 3500 3,501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Alder AUev 

lair Oaks: 

Quince Alley 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Mersey Alley 

Chattanooga 3750 3751 

Mechunv Alley 

Church 3800 3801 

Orient Allev 

Vicksburg 3850 3851 

Blanche Allev 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

(astro 4100 4101 

Diamond 4200 4201 

Eureka ■ 

Douglass 4300 4301 

Hoffman Avenue . , 4400 4401 

View Avenue 4500 4501 



Falcon Avenue ... 

Corbett Avenue (e) (e) 

Twenty-third Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to X. For Nos. see 

Nineteenth Av 
Twenty-third Avenue South, from A 

South N W to Williams Av 
Twin Peaks Avenue (Stanford Heights), 

from Twenty -filth S to Surrey 
Tyler. See I iold'en Gate Avenue 
U. now Ulloa Av 
Ulloa Avenue, from Thirteenth Av S of 

Taraval Av W to the ocean 
Unadilla Avenue, from West Lake Av 

bet Geneva and Mount Vernon 

Avs N W 
Union, from the Bav bet Green and 

Filbert, W to Presidio Reservation 
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Fast North . . 

Front 

Battery 

Gaines 

Sausonie. . 

Calhoun 

Montgomery . . 

Vincent 

Kearny 

Filbert Place. 

Sonora 

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Lafayette Place 
Grant Avenue.. 
Bannam Place . . 

Cadell Alley 

Jas 



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Price Row 

Stockton (o) 

Montgomery Avenue... . 

Powell 700 

August Alley.. . 



800 801 



Taylor 

Marion Place 

Jones 1000 1001 

Bav View Place 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Sharp Place 

Hvde 1200 1201 

Allen 

West End Alley 

Moore Place 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

dough 1700 1701 

Octuvia 1800 1801 

Lnguna 1900 1901 

Olive Court 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott. 2500 2501 

Devisadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Union Avenue (Bernal Heights), from 
Andover Av bet Jefferson Av and 
Old Hickory, E to San Bruno Av 
Union Place, from N s Green bet 
Grant Av and Stockton, N to 
Union 
Union Squire, bet Geary, Post, Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Union Square Avenue (late Morton), 
from W s Kearny bet Geary and 
Post, W to Stockton 
University (University Homestead), 

from Silver Av S to Mansell 
Upper Terrace, from point N of Six- 
teenth E of Ashbury to Olympus 
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Uranus, from S s Seven tteenth bet 
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eighth Av South 
Utah, from Division bet San Bruno Av 
and Potrero Av, S to Serpentine 
Av 
V, now Vineenti Av 
Valencia, from S s Market bet Mis ion 

and Guerrero, S to Mission 
l'r««s*. »- r '; 

Market .. - 2 1 

Stevenson Avenue ...- 
Hermann .. 100 101 

Duboce Avenue . .200 201 

Clinton Pork 

Fourteenth . . - 300 301 

Fifteenth • -WO 401 

Stable Aliej — 

Sixteenth ■"■' •" 

Seventeenth .600 Mil 

Clarion Alley. " 

Sycamore Avenue — — - 

Eighteenth 700 70 

Nineteenth . - - 800 HOI 

Cumberland Pine -—— 

Twentieth . 900 ^01 

iWydirst 1000 1001 



Devisadero 2700 270 

lirodorick. 2x00 2S0 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon <e> (e) 

Vallejo Alley, from S B Yallejo bet 

Montgomery Av and Stockton 
Vallejo Terrace. In mi S s Yallejo bet. 

Slasoi and Taylor 

Valley, from W s ?an .lose Av bet 

Twenty-eighth and Twenty -ninth 

to Fowler Av 

Crom Sis. »• '~ 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores.. 100 101 

Church... 200 201 

s : „.,.|,e, 300 30! 

\.„ ... 400 401 

i:,.tr«. .500 501 

Diamond 600 001 

Douglass 700 701 



Bruno Av nr 
Harrison bet 



Sixth 



Vassalboro. \V ot Sai 

County Line 
Vassar Place, from S 

Second and Tliird 
Vasserot Place, from S s Geary bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Venezuela (South S. F.) 

Av South 
Venus (Silver Terrace), front Thorntoi 

\v to Williams Av 
Ver Mehr, from E s Kearny bet Pos 1 

and Sutter 
Vermont from Division bet Kansas am 

San Bruno Av, S to Islau- ' "'"" 
Vermont. See Conkling 
Verna Alley, from Thirty-third E o 

Foerster. S to Melrose Av 
Vernon, \Y of San .lose Av nr Count 

Vernon Place, from E s H> de bet ' Stee 



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Valparaiso, from \Y s Mason bet Filbert j Vernon Place. 



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Twenty-second. .1100 1101 

Twenty-third 1200 1201 

Twentv-fourth 1300 '301 

Twenty-fifth 1400 1401 

TwentV-ixth - 1.5O0 1901 

Army/ 1600 ltSOl 

Tiffany Avenue ~~ 

Mission (e) («) 

Vallejo. from the Bay bet Broadwav 
and Green, W to Presidio Resef- 

Ctoss 'Sti. x ; S : 

Davis and East North. . i 1 

Front 100 101 

Battery. . . - 200 -201 

Com ell Place 

Flint Alley... . . .-— 

Sansome.. . 300 .»l 

Prescott Court 

Hall Alley 

Hodge's Alley 

Bartol ■■~~ZZ. .o, 

Montgomery. 400 40 

Kearny.... ... -500 501 

San Antonio. 

Pinkuev Place ■ 

Pollard Place 

Margaret Place — ~ " 

Grant Avenue 600 601 

Montgomery Am enue . . . 

Vallejo Alley — — „, 

Stockton.. 700 701 

Vulcan Lane 

Church Avenue. ■ 

Wheelock Plate r— 

Powell. 800 SOI 

Scholl Place 

Washoe Place 

O'Connell Place — 

Mason 900 901 

Vallejo Terrace. — — 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Florence. ~7 

.lone- .1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 121)1 

Hyde... ...1300 1301 

White 

Larkin: . 1400 1401 

Polls ■ .1500 1501 

Van Ness A 



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Vandewater, from W s Powell bet 

Francisco and Bay, W to Taylor 
Van Ness Avenue, from S s Market bet 

Polk and Franklin N to the Bay 



W. 
2 1 

100 101 



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Market and Oak. 
Hickory Avenue. 

FeU 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes. 200 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 300 

Birch Avenue 

Fain. n 400 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister o00 

1 ust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue. .. . 600 

Elm Avenue... 

Turk 700 

Laurel Avenue. — 

Eddy SOO S01 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 900 901 

Olive Avenue 

(I'Farrcll 1000 1001 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 

Cedar Avenue — T" 

Post, .1200 1201 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 

Fern Avenue. . . 

Bush 

Austin Avenue. 

p inc 1500 1.501 

California.. 1600 

Sacramento 1700 

Clay 

Washington 



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ireenwich, W to Taylor and | Verona Place, 

from Roach to Jones 
Van Buren, Wof Diamond from Sn--c.\ 

S to Surrey 
Vance, from Genesee N of Thirty-fourth 

W to Hamburg 
Vancouver i South S. F.i. See Thirty- 



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Av to Thornton Av 
Vicente Avenue, from Fourteenth A 

South of VJlloa Av.W to tie a 

Vicksburj, from S s Twenty 



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1100 1101 



1300 1301 
1400 1401 



10(11 

1701 

1800 1801 

1900 1901 

.ia'ckseZ':." " 2000 2001 

Pacific Avenue 2100 2101 

Broadwaj 2200 2201 

Yallejo. 2300 2301 



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Gough . 

Octavia 
Laguna . 
Buchanan 
Webster 
Fillmore. . . 
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Pierce. . 
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1600 1601 ; 

1700 1701 

1800 1S01 

1900 1901 

2000 2001 

2100 2101 

2200 2201 

2300 2301 

2400 2401 

2500 2501 

2600 2601 



2400 2401 

2.500 2501 

2600 2601 

2700 2701 

2800 2801 

2900 2901 
3001 



Filbert 

Greenwich. 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco. 3000 

Bay 3100 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson . 

Tonquin 3500 

Lewis (e) 

Varennes. from N s Union bet K 
and Grant Av. N to Filbert 



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Twenty-fifth 
Victor, from S s Bryant bet Seventl 

and Eighth 
Victoria, W of San Jose U nr I OBir. 

Line 
Vienna, from Silver Av S \\ to tuia/o 
View Avenue, from Stint. n, s ml nrlmt 

Av and Twenty-fourth 
Villa Place, from E s Taylor bet I'm 

and California 
Vincent, from N 8 Gr I Mont 

gomery and Kearny, N to I rilOu 
Virgil Avenue, frcrr. S =Tw •; ty-fifth bet 

Howard and Shotwell 
Virginia from the Ra\ bet Ohio and 

New York, S to First Av South 
Virginia Avenue, from E s Mission nr 

Thirtieth to Elsie ami Eugenia \v 

Virginia Court, from W 8 Grant \v 

bet Pine and California 
Virginia Place, from N - Pacific bet 

Stockton and Powell, N to Rroad- 

Vista Avenue (Crocker Ba> Shore 
Tract), from San Kruno Av h to 
Nueva Av 

Visitacicn Avenue, from Holla r 

County Line to La Grande Av, OOP 

Russia Av 
Volney Alley. See Elizabeth Place 
Von Schmidt, from Water Front S W 

to County Line 
Vorrath Piace. S-'e Eureka Place 
Vue De L'eau, from Fowler Av a t>1 

Sussex. W to Hamburg 
Vulcan. Se«. Juoiter 

Vulcan, from point W 7 of Clara Av to 

Juno N of Lower Terrace 
Vulcan Lane, from N s Vallejo bcl 

Stockton and Powell. N to Card 

Alley 
W (now Wawona Av 
Wagner Alley, from S 3 Ed.1% bet Jones 

and Leavenworth 
Walbridge, W of San Biuno Av nr 

County Line 
Waldo Alley, from W s Leavenworth 

bet Broadwav and Vallejo 
Wall (Benial Heights), from HoUnilav 

Av W to Butler Av, S of Peralta 
Wall Place, from N s Jackson bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Waller, from junction Market and 

Octavia W to Stanyan 



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Buchanan 200 

Webster . 300 



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Fillmore 400 401 

Sterner 500 5X11 

Porlola 

Pierce 600 601 

Carmelite 

Scott 700 701 

Devisadero 800 801 

Krodcrick 900 901 

Buena Vista Park 

Buena Vista Avenue .1100 1101 

Central Avenue 1200 1201 

Masonic " 1300 1301 

l>e Long " ' 

Ashbury 1400 1401 

Tremont Avenue 

Clayton 1500 1501 

Belvedere 

Cole 1600 1601 

Shrader 1700 1701 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Walnut, from Pacific Avenue bet 
Presidio Av and Laurel, S to 
California 

Cross Sis. E. AV. 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

.Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Walnut. See Ralston 

Walnut Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 
Post and Sutter, W to Laguna 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Oough (c) (c) 

Octavia (600) 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Walter, from S a Duboce Av bet 
Sanchez and Noe. S to Fourteenth 

Waltham. from \\ s Alabama nr Es- 
meralda Av 

Ward, from W s San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Ward. See Banks 

Ware, from Paul Av bet Wheat and 
Sau Bruno Av, S to San Bruno Av 

Warren (now Sanchez) 

Warren Place, from E 8 Mission bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Washington, from the Bay bet Clay 
and Jackson, W to First Av 

Cross Sfj. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm. .... ... 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Cedar 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Custom House Place 

Sansome 500 501 

Jones Alley 

Montgomery 601 

Montgomery Avenue.... 600 

Dunbar Alley 

Kearny 700 (o) 

Brenham Place. . . 

Washington Place. 

Grant Avenue 800 801 

Waverly Place 

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Stockton 900 90) 

Stone . . .' . 

Powell 1000 1001 

Codman Place 

Wetmore Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

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Leavenworth 1400 1401 



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Hyde 1500 1501 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

dough 2000 (o) 

Octavia 2100 (o) 

Laguna 220(1 Mil 

Buchanan 231X1 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner (c) (c) 

Alta Plaza... 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devisadero 2900 2901 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Presidio Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3001 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Washington Avenue, from S s Mission 
bet Ninth and Tenth, S E to 
Howard 
Washington Place, from N s Washing- 
ton bet Kearny and Grant Av, N 
to Jackson 
Washington Square, bet Union, Filbert 
Stockton. Montgomery Av and 
Powell 
Washoe Place, from N s Vallejo bet 

Powell and Mason 
Water, from W s Mason bet Chestnut 

and Francisco, W to Taylor 
Water Front, from Islais Creek along 

the bay, S to County Line 
Waterloo, from K s San Bruno Av nr 

Cortland At 
Waterville, from Helena S to Thornton 

Av 
Watson Place, from Ocean Ay W of 

Mission S W 
Watt Avenue, from Morse nr County 

Line 
Waverly Place, from N s Sacramento 
bet Grant Av and Stockton, N to 
Washington 
Wawona Avenue, from Fifteenth Av S 

of Vincente Av, W to the Ocean 
Wayland, from Charter Oak Av S of 

Bacon W to La Grande Av 
Wayne (now Ellsworth) 
Webb, from N s California bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, N to Sacra- 
mento 
Webb Place, from W s Mason be! Green 

and Union 
Webster, from N s Thirteenth bet 
Buchanan and Fillmore, N to the 
bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Duboce Av 2 1 

Hermann 50 51 

Germania Avenue 

Waller 100 101 

Laussat Avenue 

Haight 200 201 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 500 501 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 600 601 

lvv Avenue 

Grove 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue.. 1000 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1200 1201 

EUis 1300 1301 

Byington Avenue 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 



Geary 1500 150! 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Wildey Avenue 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento . 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Webster Place. . 
Pacific Avenue. 

Broadway 

Vallejo 



Green . 

Filbert'!'.'!.'.'.'! 
Pixlev Avenue . . 

Greenwich 

Moulton Avenue. 

Lombard 

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2500 2501 

2600 2601 

2700 2701 

2800 2801 

2900 2901 

3000 3001 

3100 3101 

3200 3201 

(o) 3301 

. (o) 3401 

3500 3501 

3600 3601 

3700 3701 



Fran 

Bay 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson 3X00 3801 

Tonquin .3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Webster Place, from E s Webster bet 

Jackson and Pacific Av 
Weldon, W of San Bruno Av nr head 

Islais Creek 
Wells Court, from S s Lombard bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Welsh, from W s Zoe bet Bryant and 

Brannan, S W to W of Fourth 
West Avenue, from Mission S of Cort- 
land Av, S E to HoUv Park Av 
West Clay, from Twenty-fourth to 
Thirty-third Avs bet Lake and 
the bay 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Twenty-fourth Avenue.. 2 1 
Twenty-fifth " . 100 101 

Twenty-sixth " 200 201 

Twenty-seventh " . 300 301 
Twentv-eighth " .400 401 
TwenU-ninth " .500 501 
Thirtieth * .600 601 

Thirty-first " .700 701 

Thirty-second " . 800 801 
West Diamond (Glen Park Terrace!, 

from Arbor SE to Diamond 
West Eddy. See Eddy W 
West El Dorado, from Sixth bet South 

and Yuma 
West End Alley, from N a Green bet 

Hyde and Larkin, N to Union 
West Lake Avenue, W of Mission nr 

Count! Line 
West Mission, from Mission and '1 welttl, 
S W to Hermann thence S to Mis- 
sion and Duboce Av 
West Park, from S P K R, N of Rich- 
land Av E to HoUv Park Av 
Wetmore Place, from N s Clay bel 
Powell and Mason, N to Washing- 
ton 
Wheat, from Paul Av bet Crane and 

Ware S to Salinas Av 
Wheeler Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 

Tracta. from San Bruno Av S 
Wheelock Place, from N s Vallejo bet 

Stockton and Powell 
White, from N s Vallejo bet Hyde and 

White's Place, from E s Jones bet 
Sutter and Bush 

White Place (now Victor) 

Whiting, from E s Dupont bet Lom- 
bard and Chestnut 

Whitney, from Thirtieth I, of Sanchez 
S to Randall 

Whittier, from Mission S E, nr Count t 
Line 

Wieland, W of San Bruno Av nr 
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Circular Av bet Spreckels and 
Milton Ave W 
Wilde, from W s San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Wilde Avenue (Rcis TraeO, bet Camp- 
bell and Harkness Avs, from 
Oneota E to Wilde 
Wilder, from point E of Carrie 8 of 

Chenery W to Diamond 
Wildey Avenue, from W s Webster bet 

Bush and Pine, W to Steiner 
Willard, from Golden Gate Park W of 

Stunyan S to Belmont Av 
Willard North, from Eddy W E of 

First Av S to Fulton 
William, from N s O'Farrell bet Taylor 

and Jones, N to Post 
Williams. See Somerset 
Williams Avenue, from Railroad Av 
nr Twenty-second Av South W 
to P South 
Williamson (now Parker Av) 
Willow Avenue, from W s Larkin bet 

Eddv and Ellis 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 Ml 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Winfield Avenue, late Chapultepec 

(Bernal Heights) from Coso Av 

bet Prospect Av and Elsie S W 

, to Cortland Av 



Winslow, from Esmeralda Av S to 
Powhattan Av 

Winter Lane, from E s Mason bet 
Green and Union 

Winthrop, from N s Lombard bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, N to Chest- 
nut 

Wisconsin, from Sixteenth bet Arkan- 
sas and Carolina, S to Tulare 

Wolfe (Bernal Heights), from Isabel 
S W to Peralta Av 

Wood, from Laurel Hill Cemetery bit 
Masonic Av and Collins S to Turk 

Woodland Avenue, from Lotta S W 
to Sunset Av 

Woodward's Avenue, from S s Duboce 
Av bet Mission and Valencia S to 
Fourteenth 

Wool, from Powhattan and North Av 
S to Cortland Av 

Woolsey. from Charter Oak Av S of 
Waylaud W to La Grande Av 

Worcester Avenue, W of San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Worden, from N s Francisco bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 

Worden Avenue (West End Tract), 
from Mission N W to San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Worth, from Twenty-first W of Doug- 
lass S to Twenty-second 

Wyant (Reis Tract), bet Hoyt and 
Surman, from Campbell Av N to 
Oneota 

Wyoming (South S, F.), from Islais S 
to First Av South 

Wyoming Avenue, W of Mission nr 
County Line 



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X, from Thirty-sixth Av S of W to 

Forty-first Av 
Yale (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av S to Mansell 
Yazoo. See M South 
Yerba Buena, from N s Sacramento bet 

Mason and Taylor, N to Clay 
Yolo (now Twenty-fifth) 
York, from Division bet Hampshire and 

Brvant, S to Peralta Av 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth. (c) (el 

Franklin Park 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twentv-sceond 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 11C0 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Schottler Court 

Twentv-sixth 1400 1401 

Arinv 1500 1501 

Pcraita Av (e) (e) 

Yuba (uow Twentv-six) 

Yucatan (South S. F.) See Forty 

•seventh Av South 
Yuma, from Sixth nr West El Dorado 

S W to Sixteenth 
Zoe, from S s Brvant bet Third and 

Fourth, S E to Brannan 
Zoe Place, from S s Folsom bet Beale 
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ABBOTT & CO (Anthony Abbott and 
Frank L Tainter) bonds and real 
estate. 311 Bush 
Ah-rnethvs Green Ginger Brandy, 140, 2d 
Ahrahamson Bertram E (Abrahamsnn 
Bros) and member The Stock and 
Bond Exchange, r 2917 Jackson 
Acme Amusement Co, Monadnock Bid? 
A. tarns Frank E, elk Standard Oil Co, r 

Oakland 
Adams William, cutter, r 456 Athens 
Vggazi Giovanni (Langinoti & Aggazi) 

r 7 47 Brannan 
•Alexandra," jewelry, 932 Market 
Vmerican Air Cleaning- Co. 22'.i Minna 
AMERICAN AUDIT CO, H V Raymond 

resident mgr, Claus Spreckels BIdg 
American Home Building & I, nan Assn 

The, J E Locke sec. 23 Montgomery 
American Wheel & Vehicle Co, Humboldt 

Dank Bldg 
Anderson Clifford L, elk Standard Oil 

Co, r Oakland 
Angell Harry M, pharmacist, r 4S9 Grove 
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BRET1KO ASSN, 

Bryant and 11th 
Antonovich & Cleghorn (E P Antonovich 
and R B Cleghorn) architects. 333 
Kearny 
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Homer W Lombard mgr, bank and 
office fixtures, 248 Flood Bldg, tel 
Kearny 2190 
Ashbury Methodist Episcopal Church, cor 

7 th and Point Lobos Av 
Backus Gas Heaters. 173S Fillmore 
Badger J W, mgr Alaska Pacific Marble 

Co, r Sausalito 
Banbrock Norman (Garcia & Banbrocki 

r 779 Ellis 
__ncrolt Paul, real estate. Lick Bldg 
Hankers Title & Record Restoration Co, 

Crocker Bldg 
Cankers Warehouse Co. 339 Montgomery 
Bardie George T (Larkin & Bardie I 
BARENDT ARTHUR H, atty-at-law, 510. 

511 Mills Bldg, r 480 Ellis 
Barqetto John (Nebbia & Barqetto) r 373 

Union 
Baruch Simon, mgr Jim McCoy Distilling 

Co, r Oakland 
Bay Counties Free Market, Market, 

Franklin and Page 
Bar Point Oyster Co (Inc) MoKneff & 

Toomev mgrs. California Market 
p. - k.-r David (Pratt & Becker) r 1122 

McAllister 
Beckley John A (Smith & Beckley) r 395 

Eddy 
Bell L A. dist frt and pass agt Salt Lake 

Route, 714 Market 
Benemelis M E Mrs (Benemells <fc Cald- 
well) r 3887. 20th 
Benemelis & Caldwell, tiling. 45 Kearny 
Bennett Arthur J G. photgr. 2262 Mis- 
sion, r 77 Carmelita 
E nn.tt Harlev J, elk Standard Oil Co, 

r 480 Ellis 
Bennett & Goodall, lumber. 110 Mark, t 
Berger Morris, pres and mgr French Dry 
Cleaning and Steam Dye Wks, r Hotel 
Brilliant 
BERTON G A & CO (George A Berton) 
ins brokers, 519 California 



Besser William, cutler, r Harriet nr Bry- 
ant 

Biber Paul E, physician, 830 Market 
Birtch Fayette W, res physician St Luke's 
Hospital 

Bjolstad A, r 1752, 17th 

Blair John B, com merchant, Mills Bldg. 
r 271. 8th Av 

Blohm Charles H (Threlkeld & Blohm) r 
Berkeley 

BLOOM SOLOMON, atty. r 1910 Page 

Blumenthal Charles J, broker, Monad- 
nock Bldg. r 1276 Jones 

Board of Health. 1083-1085 Mission 

BOWEEMAS K B, mgr and sec Bower- 
man's Pharmacy (Inc) r 1800 Turk 

BOWERMAN'S PHARMACY (Inc) 

Schroth Bldg. 238 Stockton, branch 
Clement oor 8th Av 

BOTNTOH CHARLES C, atty-at-law, 
1064 Mills Bldg. r Alameda 

Brackett John H. marble wkr, r 2126 
Market 

Branch George W. r 371. 2d Av 

Braswell Harrv H (Lewis & Braswell) 
r 1025 Steiner 

Brisco Fred, housesmith, r 1370 McAl- 
lister 

BROWER HENRY O, mgr The Brower 
Granite Co, r 415 Pierce 

Brown Albert J. atty, Humboldt Bank 
Bldg, r Oakland 

Brownell & Mayhew (E E Brownell and 
F S Mayhew i mining, 519 California 

Brunswick Consolidated Gold Mining 
Co, 519 California 

Brunswick The, 398 Golden Gatr Av 

Bush George J. ins broker, 2589 Mission 

BUSH SAMUEL T, attv-at-law. and 
mgr Adolph M Schwarz. 1002 Crocker 
Bldg. r Oakland 

Butler R B (Cadwalader, Taylor & Co) 
r 226, 6th Av 

Bvrnes William M (Cadwalader, Taylor 
& Co) r San Rafael 

Oaden Katherine Miss, restaurant, 2232 
Mission, r 639 McAllister 

Cadwalader George L (Cadwalader. Tay- 
lor & Co) r 2327 Devisadero 

Cadwalader, Taylor & Co, real estate. 
Mills Bldg 

CALIFORNIA CAMERA CLUB, A J Le 
Breton pres, E G Eisen sec. 823 Mar- 
ket. 5th floor 

California Colony Co, r^al estate. 4.. 
Kearny 

California Guarantee Investment Co. 519 
California 

California Hospital Co, 2126 Market 

California Umbrella Works. 5 Grant Av 
and 1116 Geary 

Callahan Paint Co, 110 Market 

Campana Angelo (Tollini. Campana & 
Ghiringhelli) r 579 Filbert 

CAMPBELL, METSON. DREW, OAT- 
MAN & MacKENZIE i J C Camp- 
bell, W A Metson, F C Drew, C H 
Oatman and J A MacKenzie) attor- 
nevs-at-law. Balboa Bldg 

Ceprnich Maxim, with Mary's Little 
Lamb Restaurant, r 4 30 Kearny 

Chamberlaln W G. office 295 Monadnock 
Bldg 

Charter Collection Co, 966 Market 



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EXPRESS 

CALL 
SYSTEMS 



Elevator 
Supply 

AND 

Repair 

Company 

N. B. TAYLOR 

MANAGER 

316 BALBOA 
BUILDING 

593 Market 
Street 

Til. Douglas 2898 



Ciappa C & Co (C Ciappa, J De Martini, 

A Buffo and L Guercio) cement 

contrs, 713 Union 
Citizens' League of Justice, Pacihc Bldg 
Clarke Francis B, atty, Mills Bids, r 

1223 Page 
Coll Edward, mgr Hotel Evans, S9 

Broadway 
Collman Anna D (Collman & Collman) 

r Berkeley • 

Collman Arthur D (Collman & Collman) 

r Berkeley 
Collman & Collman (A D Collman and 

A D Collman) builders. Pacific Bldg 
Columbia Apartments, SW cor Ellis and 

Polk 
Commercial Bldg, Market bet 4th and 

CONGER & McLEAN (A L Conger and 
T D McLean) mfrs agents, 717 Mar- 
ket, room 503, tel Douglas 2592 

CONSUL NETHERLANDS, 62S Mont- 

Courneen Peter P, atty, 948 Market, r 

914 Devisadero 
Croonquist Leonard A (Croonquist & 

Hall) r 843 Golden Gate Av 
Croonquist & Hall, real estate (L A 

Croonquist and A Hall) 832 Market 
Coss Ralph H, atty, 644-645-646 Mills 

Bldg, r Oakland 
Dace W Burr (Dace & Horton) r 44, 5th 
Dace & Horton (W B Dace and C C Hor- 
ton) shoes, Humboldt Bank Bldg 
Davton Computing Scale Co, John J 

'Duffle distributor, 369 Market 
Dealy George L, real estate, 129 Sutter 
Deasy Thomas A, bkkpr John Mulhern, 

r 955 Ashbury 
DIAMOND PATENT SHOW CASE CO, 

mfrs of show cases of every descrip- 
tion, 1617 Mission 
DIBBLE EENBY C AND OLIVER, 

attys-at-law, Mills Bldg 
DESMOND & CANEPA, real estate, 352 

Montgomery Av 
Michelin Trie Co. 308 Van Ness Av 
Dillon Griswold Wire Co, Lick Bldg 
Dinslage Hermann, books, 785 Market, 

r 3373 Sacramento 
DOAK GAS ENGINE CO, 7-9, 1st 
DONLON DRUG CO, 765 Market 
Doose John C (Doose & Lasky) r 81 

Noe 
Doose & Lasky (J C Doose and G H 

Lasky) shoes, Flood Bldg 
Doud Smith M (Simons & Doud) r 42 

Broderlck 
Douglas J R, mgr Western Creditors 

Assn, r Alameda 
Douglas Lew B, atty, Pacific Bldg 
Drachman Herbert A, Indian curios, 182 

Geary , 

Dreher Fred L, atty, Batik of Italy Bldg, 

r 1355 Hayes 
DROWN, LEICESTER & DROWN (Al- 
bert N Drown. John F Leicester and 

Willard N Drown) attys-at-law, 

Crocker Bldg 
DUPFIE JOHN J, distributor Dayton 

Computing Scales, 369 Market, r 

1327 Leavenworth 
Dunlap Doutwell, atty, First Nat Bank 

Bldg 
Dunn Richard H, physician, 2126 Mar- 
ket, r Berkshire and Diamond 
EDWARDS WILLIAM A, printer and 

bookbinder, 338 Pine, rooms 19-20-21 
Edwards & Levinson. wire, 140 Liek Bldg 
EL DORADO LUMBER CO, 441 Califor- 



Co, 



electrical sup- 



948 



Electric Agencies 
plies, 61, 2d 

Elworthy Frederick W, dentist. 
Market, r 756 Duboce Av 

EMPLOYEES CREDIT CO, loans to sal- 
aried people. 424 Monadnock Bldg, 
tel Douglas 2652 



Estes H M, mgr Electric Agencies Co! 

r 1989 Green 
Eucalyptus Culture Co, Monadnock Bldp 
Feisel Edwin J (Genesy & Feisel) i 

3001 Pine 
FLOURNOY JOHN, atty-at-law, 1033 

Mills Bldg, r 2442 Jackson 
Fodera A, r 328 Devisadero 
Foley Mabel J Miss, stenogr, Pacific 

Bldg, r 105 Arlington 
Force S B, mfg chemist, 101 Post, r 

San Leandro 
Frank M G (O'Neill & Frank) r 4012, 

24th 
Frazee J F, brick mantels, 45 Kearny, 

r 3155, 16th 
Friedman Paul, pres Jim McCoy Dis- 
tilling Co, r 2576 Vallejo 
Friendlich Samuel, mfrs agt, 522 Mar- 
ket, r 1804 Larkin 
Galassi T V & Co, sculptors and con- 
tractors, 10th and Howard 
GALLAGHER EDWARD J, contractor, 
street and sewer, 5 Central Av, tel 

Park 2359 
Gans Leo"(Rosenthal&Gans) 106 Powell 
Genesy Walter A (Genesy & Feisel) 

1630 LInion 
Genesy & Feisel (W A Genesy and E J 

Feisel) dry goods, 118-120 Sansome 
Georges Leonard, pres The Swedish 

American Bank, r 1169 Filbert 
GhiringheUi Stephen (Tollini. Cam'pana 

& GhiringheUi) r 1467 Vallejo 
Gibson W M (Methever & Gibson) r 

Fruitvale 
GILLESPIE JAMES, real estate and in- 
surance, 358 Brannan 
Gillson John, r 730 Eddy 
Golden Gate Brick Co, 660 Market 
Goodfriend-Lewison Co (L Goodfrieud 

and J L Lewison) whol clothing, 52J 

Market 
Gosliner Arthur (Maurice Salomon 61 

Co) r 1021 Devisadero 
Gott George A, sec Electric Agencies 

Co, r San Leandro 
Grady John H, real estate, 151 Suiter, 

r 3526, 24th 
Grant & Co (Isaac Grant) real estr.te, 

129 Sutter 
Gray Garret R, with Chronicle, r 2445 

Folsom 
Gray Josie E Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 2445 Folsom 
Grimwood J B. real estate, 1222 Mer- 
chants Exchange, r 3513 Jackson 
Gunn Albert W, mfrs agt, 114 Sanson 

r 346 Spruce 
Guzzi Benjamin (B Guzzi & Co) r 7 

Union 
GWYER DR MRS, female specialist, 

1115 McAllister, office hours 

5 pm, Sundays and evenings by ap- 
pointment, tel Park 722 
H H MERCANTILE CO THE, mfrs agtS 

717 Market, tel Douglas 1676 
Hall Frederic F, consulting engr. 2- 

Kearny 
Hamburger David (D Hamburger & Co) 

1499 Sutter 
Hamburger Henry (D Hamburger & Co) 

r 1st Av NE cor Clay 
Harris A P, sec and treas The II H 

Mercantile Co, r Hayward 
Harris' Loan Office, 616 Kearny 
Harron Howard, atty, 30, 7th, r 2 

Stelner 
Heinlein Frederick, architect, 101 Post, 

r 890 Lombard 
HERCULES GAS ENGINE WORKS 

THE, Theodore Poindexter pres and 

mgr. W R Van Brunt sec, mfrs gas- 
engines, 351 Market 
Hershey B F, real estate^ 353 Kearny 
Hilo Mercantile Co, J W Mason mgr, 

Monadnock B'dg 



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Hinkel Edgar W, real estat 

Waller „ „. , . 

Hobson Co The, collections, 71. Market 
Hobson H F, pres The H H Mercantile 

Co, r 451 Frederick 
Holland Frank S, architect, Humboldt 

Bank Bldg, r Burlingame 
Home Rubber Stamp Co (Edward S 

Knowles) 747 Market 
Home Telephone Co Bldg, Grant Av bet 

Sutter and Bush 
HOOFER F P 8t J A, wholesale lumber, 

110 Market 
Horton Craig C (Dace & Horton) r 44 

5th 
Hotel Evans, E Coll mgr, 89 Broadway 
Hotel Lawrence, H C Smidt propr, 48, 6th 
Hotel Stanford, I Harris pres, I Good- 
friend sec, 250 Kearny 
Hovey C E, bonds, Mills Bldg 
Huddart J M, lumber, 110 Market 
Hulting F B, 2d vice-pres The Swedish 

American Bank, r Ross 
Hutchins Day H (Nichols & Hutchins) 

r JOE Lake 
HUTCHINSON EDWARD C, see Ken- 
nedy Mining and Milling Co and Ani- 
ta Gold Mining Co (Amador Co) 409 
Montgomery, r 2207 Scott 
Hygienic Food Co, Monadnock Bldg 
Hyman Bros, stationery, cutlery etc, 525 
Kearny „ , , 

Ingram-Richardson Mfg Co, enameled 

signs, 717 Market 
International Motor Truck Co, Russ 

Isaacs Abraham (Keystone Jewelry Co) 

r 1607 Laguna _ 

Israel A J (Israel & Smith) 102 Powell 
Israel & Smith (A J Israel and C P 

Smith) liquors, 102 Powell 
Jennings c B CO THE, C B Jennings 
pres, E D Mendenhall vice-pres, J N 
Sims sec and treas, whol com and 
mdse brokers, 24 California, tel Kear- 
ny 1343 

Johnston W R Optical Co, 31 Geary 

Jones Philip Mills Dr, editor Cal State 
Journal of Medicine, r 820 Filbert 

Jupiter Switchboard Co, O Smith mgr, 
214 Ellis 

Kauffman F A, lumber, 110 Market 

Kelham George W, architect, Crocker 
Bldg, r 1945 pierce 

KENNEDY MINING AND MILLING CO, 
409 Montgomery 

Kimberly David H, vice-pres Pacihc 
Coast Mobile Car Sign Co 

Kindt Albert F, sec and treas Sar- 
torius Co, r 1924 Washington 

Kindt Harvey V, draftsman Sartorius 
Co, r 1924 Washington 

King Lumber Co, Merchants Exchange 
Bldg 

KINGSTON PAUL P, insurance, room 
202, 519 California, tel Kearny 4206, 
r 2244 Vallejo ■ ■ ; ., 

Kline C A (Kline & Co) r Kenilworth 
Apts 

KLINE & CO (C A Kline) jewelers, 17 S 
Geary _ .. 

Knowles Edward S, mgr Home Rubber 
Stamp Co, r 3224 Washington 

Kretzer Charles E (Royal Real Estate 
Co) r 1144 Market 

Kretzer George J (Royal Real Estate 
Co) r 1144 Market 

Lawyers Co-Operative League, 785 Mar. 

Leick Elise Miss, teacher, r 3148 Clay 

LIESS EMIL, atty-at-law, 610 Humboldt 
Bank Bldg, r 32 Beaver 

Lindblom Erik O, 1st vice-pres The 
Swedish American Bank, r Oakland 

LIPMAN & HIRSCHLER (Inc) L Lip- 
man pres, D Hirschler sec and treas, 
real estate, 225 Montgomery 



Louisson Edward B, mfrs agt, 114 San- 
some 

Lundv Thomas, jeweler, 72S Market 

Magoria Peter F (B Guzzi & Co) r 742 
Union '' 

Mandlebaum F, atty, Shreve Bldg, r 
3516 Sacramento 

MARKS ELI, insurance, 444 California, 
r Argonaut Club 

Martin George S, sec Naval T M C A, 
r Oakland 

Marx Jerome & Co (J Marx) real es- 
tate and ins, 151 Sutter 

MAXWELL HARRY J, surety bonds 
and insurance, 250 Montgomery, tel 
Kearny 2032, r Oakland 

McCaskey Register Co, 4, 1st 

McCormick Charles E, r 2501 Van Ness 
Av 

McCORMICK J T, pres Cal Artistic 
Metal and Wire Co, r 2501 Van Ness 
AV ,• ,. , 

McCORMICK ST JOHN E, sec Cal Ar- 
tistic Metal and Wire Co, r 2501 Van 






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McENERNEY C. L. 

civil engineer and licensed surveyor, 
Balboa Bldg, tel Kearny 1154 

McKay Donald J pres Eucalyptus Cul- 
ture Co, r 214 Haight 
McPhee Stevedoring Co, Fremont and 

Brannan 
Mechanical Dust Suction Co, Merchants 

Exchange Bldg 
Meyer Julius, bartndr, r 441 Jersey 

Mlchelson Andrew P, city frt and pass 
agt Salt Lake Route, r 626 Haight 

Millis H A, supt of agts U S Immigra- 
tion Commission, 820 Balboa Bldg 

Moses Meyer G, mfrs agt, 522 Market, 
r 538, 7t*i Av • 

MOSS GEORGE A GLOVE HOUSE, i i2 
Market and 1520 Van Ness Av 

Murphy Eugene F, liquors, 101 Front, r 
1146a York , , . 

MUSANTE ATTILIO S DR, physician 
and surgeon, 346 Montgomery Av, tel 
Kearny 3096, r 1536 Stockton, tel 
Douglas 3357 

Nash William B, real estate. Grant Bldg 

Naval T M C A, G S Martin sec, 84 
Market 

Nemeg Frank, tailor, 3308, 17th 

Neuburger Gustav, mfrs agt, .'.«►'. Bat- 
tery, r 2317 Sacramento 

O'Mara John E, plumbing, 449 Minna, r 
Oakland 

Pacific Coast Mobile Car Sign Co, Mo- 
nadnock Bldg 

Pacific Coast Real Estate Exchange, 
Monadnock Bldg 

Pacific Coast Taximeter Cab Co, 251 
Kearny . _ , 

Pacific Sheet Metal Works, 308. 7th 

Paige Charles F (Paige & Walker) r 
Berkeley _ _ 

Paige & Walker (C F Paige and T G 
Walker) refrigerating engrs, 24 Cali- 
fornia _ 

Peters Cartridge Co, J S French mgr, 
608 Howard 

Philadelphia Shoe Co, 825 Market 

Phinney Louise A, widow, r 1319, lbth 
Av 

Phoenix Mutual Life Ins Co of Hart- 
ford, Conn, 251 Kearny 

Piper Stephen L, dentist, 94 8 Market, r 
1257, 18th Av South 

Placerville & Lake Tahoe Ry Co, 441 
California 

Popular Brick Co (Inc) Russ Bldg 

Powers George H, oculist and aurist, 
111 Powell, r San Rafael 

Prieto Rafael J, consul for Colombia, 

948 Market, r 825 Grove 
Prudential Insurance Co of America, F 
J Johnson supt, 154 Sutter 



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Pryer & Levy (Unique Hair Store) 370 

Eddy 
Purdy Kdward S, with Catton, Bill & 

Co, 340 Sansome, r Belvedere 
Quinn John J. notary, 330 Montgomery, r 

1628 Vallejo 
Railway Rate Review, Monailnoek Bldg 
Real Estate Syndicate, R B Saftord 

atty. Pacific Bldg 
Rex Company, Shreve Bldg 
Riddle Albert (Riddle Bros \- Vaughn) 

r 308. 7th 
Riddle Bins ,<- Vaughn CGeorge and Al- 
bert Riddle and Joseph VatfgHn) sheet 

metal works, 308. 7th 
Riddle George (Riddle Bros & Vaughn) 

r SOS, 7th 
Rlghetti Plinio. teller Swiss-American 

Bank, r 742 Union 
ROSENSTIRN JULIUS, office. I flA 

Gough, consultation hours, 1-:: p m, 

tel Franklin 314S. r Bohemian Club 

ROWE C. V. 

certified public accountant, auditor 

and systematizes 247-249 Hansford 

Blk, 268 Market, tel Kearny 852 
Kudebeck George M, see and cashier The 

Swedish American Bank, r 5.79, 7th Av 
Ruhl Christian, r 1684, 48th Av 
SAMSON IRON WORKS, J M QoooTin 

mgr, gas and marine engines, 501 

Market, tel Douglas 2920 
Bchoenfeld Benjamin M, mfrs ant, 522 

Market 
Seawell Harrv W, artist. 568 Golden 

Gate Av, r 236 Cole 
Seawell James M, judge Superior Court 

Dept 1, r 236 Cole 
Seawell Victor F, r 236 Cole 
Sebastopol Wine Co (Nebbia & Bargotto) 

wines. 1519 Stockton 
Securities Development Co, J W Mason 

pres, Monadnock Bldg 
Sobrio Louise C Mrs. r 742 Union 



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Waldemar (California Colony 

Co) r Hotel Hatton 
SOUTHARD WILLIAM T, M D, eye, ear 

nose and throat, office hours 1 to 3 

p m, 1424 Gough, tel Franklin 1 223 
Standard Saddlery Co, 2d cor Jessie 
STANDARD TILE, MOSAIC & CEMENT 

CO, R Salesar mgr, mfrs French 

mosaic and artificial stone. 2123-3 129 

Mission, tel Park 721 
Starr Monroe H, woolens, 45 Kearny, r 

Berkeley 

STERN DAVID & SON (Henry Stern) 
real estate brokers and auctioneers 
and ins brokers, 151 Sutter 

TOLLAK BROS, 114 Bush 

Trower Bros, lumber, 110 Market 

Troxell John S Rev, pastor Epworth M E 
Church, r 3980, 26th, tel Park 1915 

Troy Martin J, collr, 91S Market, r 1131 
O'Farrell 

United Frame & Picture Co, 1913 Fill- 
more 

Voorman Co The, Henry A Voorman pres. 
(J W Jost see. lid .Market 

Walters Surgical Co, 3sl Sutter and 1S34 
Geary 

Webster George A. wlujl produce, 220 
Drumm 

WELLINGTON GEORGE J, general en- 
gineer and insurance, Alaska Com- 
mercial Bldg, 310 Sansome 

Werner Richard B, attv. Pacific Bldg. r 
1102 Fillmore 

WESTERN REAL ESTATE CO (C Mad- , 
ison) 215 Kearnv 

Western Repair and Supply Co. 110 
Market 

WHEELAN ALBERT P, atty-at-law, 
Mechanics Bank Bldg. 94S Market 

Wright Computing Typewriter Co, G A 
Buell pres. E Saunders sec. Humboldt 
Bank Bldg 



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FOR YEAR 1908 



NOTICE— Names, Changes and Removals received too late for regular insertion, 

will be found in the pages immediately preceding. 

ABBREVIATIONS 



acct accountant 

adv advertising 

agt agent 

Al Alley 

Am American 

Apts apartments 

appr apprentice 

Association 

assistant. 

AT & S F Ry 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa 

Fe Railway 
atty attorney 

Avenue 

bet between 

bkkpr boi 

"_{ Building 

blksmith blacksmith 

bookbdr . . Imokliindcr 

brklayer bricklay 

brkmn. brakeman 

Bros .Brothers 

cabtmkr cabinetmaker 

Cal California 

capt captain 

carp carpenter 

engr .civil engineer 

clerk 

collr collector 

comp . . compositor 



conductor 

contr contractor 

consolidate! 



.Court 

dep deputy 

dept department 

dlr dealer 



elect engr. .electrical engineer 

electn electrician 

elev elevator 

emp employe 

ft foot 

Frght freight 

genl general 

GG'Park Golden Gate Park 

Gram Grammar 

Imp Improvement 

inc .incorporated 

ins insurance 

insp inspector 

iunc junction 

lab laborer 

lieut lieutei 

lino opr. . . .linotype operator 
Lith Co. . . Lithographing Co 

lithogr lithograph' 

Ltd Limited 

rnfg inanulartjiring 



ach. 



chinis 



mdse merchand: 

mech engr ' 

mechanical engineer 

:gr messenger 

manufacturer 

mgr manager 

mkr maker 

mtrman motorman 

N s north side 

Nat National 

NE northeast 

nr near 

Nav Co Navigation Co 

N\V northwest 

opr operator 

Pac Pacifii 

photgr photographer 

PI Place 

pres pres 

Prim Primary 

prin principal 

propr proprietor 

Pub Co Publishing C<> 



Rd Road 

repr repa 

RR Railroad 

Ry Railway 

S s south side 



schr schooner 

SE southeast 

sec secretary 

Sac Society 

solr solicitor 

Sq Square 

stenogr stenographer 

S PCo.. .Southern Pacific Co 

str steamer 

supt superintendent 

SW southwest 

tel telephone 

tel opr. . . . telephone operator 

Ter Terrace 

treas treasurer 

U I Wks... Union Iron Works 

upholst upholsterer 

vet surgeon 

veterinary surgeon 

W F 4 Co Ex 

Wells Fargo & Co Express 

whseman warehouseman 

whol wholesale 

wkr worker 

Wks Works 

WPRy 

Western Pacific Railway Co 
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A A MACHINE WHITE WASHING CO, 

425 Fulton 
ABC Guide (monthly) 62 Fremont 
" B C WHITE WASHING CO, office 

Builders Exchange, 180-188 Jessie 
A K Realty Co. 573 California 
A & A Line (Round the World Route) 

L F Cockroft agt, 673 Market 
Aabel John T, mach, r 816 Scott 
AACHEN AND MUNICH FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE CO (of Aachen, Germany) 
Conroy & Grim managers, 430 Cali- 
fornia, tel Kearny 514 
t-rAagard. See Agard 
Aaron A & Co (A Aaron) ladies wear, 

1426% Geary 
Aaron Aaron (A Aaron & Co) 1426% 

Geary 
Aaron Alfred, paper carrier, 167 Ger- 

mania Av 
Aaron Gustave, elk, r 265 Laussat Av 
Aaron Joseph, r 265 Laussat Av 
Aaron Louis, r 1523 Laguna 
Aaron Moses, with Bauer Bros 
Aaron Oscar, plumber, r 273 Eureka 
Aaron Robert, butcher, r 265 Laussat 

Av 
Aaron Simon, cashier Bauer Bros & Co, 

r 1830 Buchanan 
Aaron Victor, bkkpr Paraffine Paint Co, 
r 1235 Ellis 



Mr 



CARNEGIE " 

- brickakopotteryco: 
119-IOT^ 1 Street p&t88 



&§* Aaron. See Aron 

*S*Aaronson. ' See Aronson 

Aarraberg Laurents, seaman, r 514 Pre- 

cita Av 
Aas A. master mariner, 82 Market 
Aasness Adolf, carp, r 456 Cumberland 
Aassia Jean, lab, r 1355, 5th Av South 
Ahadie Emile R. mining engr, Pacific 

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Abatangele Antonio, lab S P Co, r Ocean 
View 

Abaurea L, laundryman, r Cayuga Av 
nr Onondaga Av 

Abbaticola Prank, barber, r 24 Circular 
Av 

Abbay John, paper carrier, r 265a Chat- 
tanooga 

Abbe Cleveland Jr, observer IT S Weath- 
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Abben Oscar, locksmith, 1405 Eddy, r 
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Abberigi Antonio, r 2040 Greenwich 

Abberto Giorgetti, bartndr, r 225 Broad- 
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ABBEY EDWARD W, sec and cashier 
Parcell's Safe Co (Inc) r Oakland 

Abbey Ida, widow, r 190 Pairmount 

Abbey Land and Improvement Co, W H 
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Abhev The, lodgings, 1945 Mission 

Abbiati Caesar P, billiards, 3106 Pulton, 
r 717, 6th Av 

ABBIE DRUG CO. Jackson and Grant 
Av, tel Kearny 4558 

Abbitt W B, pres W B Abbitt Co 

Abbitt W B Co. contrs, Monadnock Bldg 

Abbot C T, electn Pacific Tel & Tel Co, 
r Alameda 

Abbot Sadie, widow, r 1418, 4Sth Av 

ABBOT S LEONARD, vice-pres and mgr 
Security Savings Bank, 316 Mont- 
gomery, r 2118 Vallejo • 

Abbot S Leonard Jr. r 2118 Vallejo 

Abbott Abraham T. tailor, r 1150 Pell 

Abbott Albert F, chief elk genl baggage 
agt S P Co, r Oakland 

Abbott Allan H, City Pass Agt C & NW 
Ry Co, r 48 Lotta 

Abbott Allan H Jr, elk C & NW Ry Co, 
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Abbott Allen, salesman Parcells Safe Co, 
r Belvedere 

Abbott Anna, widow, r 26 Bronte 

Abbott Anthony (Abbott & Co) r 311 
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Abbott Archie A, porter, r 910 Shotwell 

Abbott Bridget, widow, r 3 Hulburt PI 

Abbott Carl P, lab, r 505. 8th 

Abbott Charles W, teamster, r 232 Pren- 
tiss 

Abbott Clara Mrs, nurse Emergency 
Hospital, r 293 Devisadero 

Abbott E A, vice-pres Alfalfa Farms Co, 
r Hotel Angelus 

Abbott Edward, carp, r 1320, 16th Av 
South 

Abbott Edward H, elk Queen City Fire 
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Abbott Frank H Jr. with F H Abbott, 

r Berkeley 
Abbott Frederick E, elk S P Co, r 1469b 

46th Av 
Abbott George B, frt elk NW Pac RR, 

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Abbott Herbert P, draftsman Pac Mfg 

Co, 359, 30th 
Abbott Hermione G, multigraphing, Me- 
tropolis Bldg, r 48 Lotta 
Abbott James W, r 26 Bronte 
Abbott Lelia D, widow, r 1854% Vallejo 
Abbott Leroy, r 1593 McAllister 
Abbott Thomas, r 236, 4th 
Abbott W, r Fairmont Hotel 
Abbott William, cigars, 601 Kearny, r 

418 Grant Av 
Abbott William, elk D B Green, r Oak- 
land 
Abbott William, foreman, r 2864 Folsom 
Abbott William, mtrman, r 3052 Clement 
Abbott William M, r 1593 McAllister 
Abbott William M, asst genl counsel 

U RR, r Burlingame 
Abbott & Co (Anthony Abbott and Frank 
L Tainter) bonds and real estate, 311 
Montgomery 
S3 Abbott. See Abbot 
Abdale William, porter N J Burket, r 

3102 Buchanan 
Abeel Winifred Miss, nurse, r 200 Cen- 
tral Av 
Abeille Morius, cook, r 587, 4th Av 
Abel Anna, widow, r 229 Moultrie 
Abel Frank G, opr De Lux Studio, r 1752 

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Abel George, turnstilekpr Sutro Baths, 

r 524, 46th Av 
Abel Joseph, lab, r 11 Somerset 
Abel Margaret E, widow, r 3841, 19th 
Abel Paul, deckhand tug Elizabeth, ft 

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Abel Paul, ironwkr, r 159 Octavia 
Abel Paul, pressman, r 421 Duncan 
Abel R, elk White House, r 2927 Sacra- 
Abel Robert, stair builder, r 3835, 20th 
£®"Abel. See Aabel and Able 
Abela A (Abela & Buci) r 1192 Market 
Abela & Buci (A Abela and A Buci) 

poultry, 1192 Market 
Abele Meta, widow, r 3009 Mission 
Abele Robert (Rotermundt & Abele) r 

2861 Clay 
Abell George, plumber, r 1912 Washing- 
ton 
Abello Fred (L Figone & Co) r 536 

Green 
Abels George, lab Swift & Co, r 2220 

Post 
Abels Henrv L. salesman Marshall, Teg- 

gart & Co, r 733 Alabama 
Abels Herman J, meterman S F Gas 

Elec Co, r 14 Ringgold 
Abels Rosina K, widow, r 14 Ringgold 
Abelson Samuel (Clewansky & Abelson) 

r 1117 Folsom 
Abemayor Isaac, curios, 1358 Webster 
Abend Adolph, salesman, r 2607a Post 
Abend Moses, peddler, r 2607a Post 
Abend Nathan, sheet metalwkr, r 260 1 a 

Post 
Abendroth Gus, salesman M Schussler 

& Co, r 1739a Golden Gate Av 
Abenheim Leopold, r 1922 Broderick 
ABENHEIMIB LOUIS H, mgr Arthur 
Koppel Co. 419-422 Chronicle Bldg, 
r 1115 Ellis 
Aberdeen Lumber and Shingle Co, Si 
den & Christenson agts, Koshland 
Bldg, 110 Market 
Abernathy Clara E, widow, r 227 Pierce 
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Abernathy William C. janitor Harbor 
Commissioners, r 227 Pierce 

Abernathy William J, newsdlr, Ferry 
Bldg, r Oakland 

Abernethy Max C, driver, r 2264 Bush 

Abernethy William A, genl mgr Stand- 
ard Building Co, r 1348 Geary 

Abernethy's Green Ginger Brandy, John 
Mulhern agt, 2827, 255th 

Abernethy William W, watchman, r 990 
Minnesota 

Aberouette John, cook, r 1151 Plymouth 
Av 

Abiko K, pres American Land and Pro- 
duce Co, r 1525 Geary 

Abildskoo Nils, carp, r 1708, 9th Av 

Able Ida, widow, r 1933 California 

ABNER DOBLE CO, engineers, iron and 
steel, Howard and Fremont, main 
warehouse and shops, 7th and Hubbell 

Abner Louis, elk, r 662 Church 

Abney Charles, driver, r 1314 San Bruno 
Av 

Abney Levy, driver Standard Milk Co, 
r 2610 Folsom 

Aborell Louis, drayman, r 455 Octavia 

Abraham Abe, elk, r 3932, 17th 

Abraham Abraham, bkkpr, r 2414 Fill- 
more 

Abraham Albert, tailor, r 349 Presidio 
Av 

Abraham Alfred H, millhand, r 121 Hoff- 
man Av 

Abraham Carl, tailor, r 349 Presido Av 

ABRAHAM C CHRISTIAN, propr West- 
ern Nursery, Greenwich bet Frank- 
lin and Gough 

Abraham Charles, sashmkr, r 121 Hoff- 
man Av 

ABRAHAM CHARLES J, druggist. 1198 
McAllister, tel Park 81, r 884 Fulton 

Abraham Christian, salesman Wichman, 
Lutgen & Co, r Alameda 

Abraham David J, r 884 Fulton 

Abraham Edward, teamster, r 2034 Bry- 
ant 

Abraham Emma, widow, r 121 Hoffman 
Av 

Abraham Frank, barber, r 72, 5th Av 

Abraham Gustave, carp, r 1230 Potrero 
Av 
' Abraham Henry, millhand, r 121 Hoff- 
man Av 

Abraham Hillel J. collr, r 1417, 9th Av 

Abraham Hyman, salesman George 
Greenzweig & Co, r 296 Devisadero 

Abraham Isidor (Gutman & Abraham) 
r 864 McAllister 
| Abraham Jacob, r 1570 Fulton 
[ Abraham Jacob, salesman, r 641 Baker 
I Abraham Jacob, salesman, r 1562 Bu- 
chanan 
I Abraham Jacob Mrs, widow, r 884 Ful- 
ton 
f Abraham Joseph, cigars, 1004 Fillmore, 

r 1825 O'Farrell 
: Abraham L Co (L Abraham and L 
Meyer) mfrs agts, 58, 2d 

■ Abraham Lionel M, r 2917 Jackson 

I Abraham Louis (L Abraham Co) r 1329 

McAllister 
i Abraham Louis J, salesman Lace House, 

r 3932, 17th 
I Abraham Ludwig, teamster, r 217 Carl 
I Abraham M. r 745 Pine 
' Abraham Max, tailor, 1132 Golden Gate 

Av 

■ Abraham Meyer, tailor, r 221 Pierce 
Abraham Milton, elk, r 221 Pierce 

il Abraham Morris A, bkkpr Security 

Warehouses, r 214, 10th 
| : Abraham Nat (Abraham & Attell) r 1120 

Cole 
'.Abraham P Mrs, r 1426 Fulton 
Abraham Robert Rev, r 19 41 Geary 
| Abraham Robert F (Abraham & Roth) 

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Abraham Samuel J, salesman, r 884 
Fulton 

Abraham Simon, salesman George H 
Kahn, r 349 Presidio Av 

Abraham William P, with Pac Imp Co, r 
543 Shrader 

Abraham & Attell (Nat Abraham and 
Joseph Attell) Jewelers, 72 East St 
South 

Abraham & Roth (R F Abraham and 
D S Roth) jewelers, 1002 Fillmore 

SS" Abraham. See Abrahams, Abrahm, 
Abram and Abrams 

Abrahams A & M (A and M) clothing, 
206 East St South 

Abrahams Aaron, r 2100 California 

Abrahams Abe (A and M Abrahams) r 
1119 Devisadero 

Abrahams Alfred B, cigars, 2003 Fill- 
more, r 2616 Webster 

Abrahams Andrew, shipwright, r 421 
Ashbury 

Abrahams H (Abrahams & Co) r 12 2 
Hale 

Abrahams Jacob, salesman A Golding, r 
456 Hayes 

Abrahams Joseph, elk, r 235 Pierce 

Abrahams Joseph, jeweler, r 1722 Pine 

Abrahams Joseph, tailor, 1308 Ellis, r 
1826 Buchanan 

Abrahams Louis, r 1337 Laguna 

Abrahams Louis, r 2100 California 

Abrahams Lyster, salesman, 918 Ellis 

Abrahams Max, whol jeweler, 717 Mar- 
ket, r 2778 Pine 

Abrahams Meyer (A & M Abrahams) r 
1826 Buchanan 

Abrahams Morris, cigars, r 1561 Mc- 
Allister 

Abrahams Morris, tailor, 912 McAllister 

Abrahams Nathan, salesman L Dinkel- 
spiel Co. r 2875 Clay 

Abrahams Newton A, salesman Philadel- 
phia Shoe Co, r 2100 California 

Abrahams Samuel, salesman L Dinkel- 
spiel Co, r 884 Fulton 

Abrahams Wallace, agt, r 36, 13th 

Abrahams & Co (H Abrahams, M Su- 
shitsky, E Goodman and H Burstein ) 
builders, 12 2 Hale 

ABRAHAMSEN GUNDLEK 0. 

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tractor, 15 Steuart (with &. Foard) 
r 431 Ashbury 

Abrahamson A, r 325 Madrid 

Abrahamson Albert, with Guggenhime & 
Co, r 2530 Broadway 

Abrahamson Alexander (Abrahamson 
Bros & Co) r 2917 Jackson 

Abrahamson Andrew, carp, r 391 Eliza- 
beth 

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Abrahamson Benjamin P (Abrahamson 

& De Gear) r 1233 Pulton 
Abrahamson Bertram (Abrahamson Bros 

& Co) r 2917 Jackson 
ABRAHAMSON BROS & CO (A. B and 

L Abrahamson) real estate, 251 

Montgomery 
Abrahamson Carl, seaman, r 2959 Mis- 
sion rear 
Abrahamson Christian, lab. r 280 Ritch 
Abrahamson Edward, porter, r 808 Ken- 
tucky 
Abrahamson Gustave, r 2530 Broadway 
Abrahamson Henry, mgr, r 2370 Broad- 
way 
Abrahamson John, carp, r 15 Aztec 
Abrahamson Josephine, widow, r 214 

Silver Av 
Abrahamson L, driver National Biscuit 

Co, r 239 Carl 
Abrahamson Lionel (Abrahamson Bros 

& Co) r 2917 Jackson 
Abrahamson Mayo G, cashier American 

Real Estate Co, r 2530 Broadway 
Abrahamson Milton M, physician, 2917 

Jackson 
Abrahamson Samuel, lab, r 31 Alta 
Abrahamson Samuel, salesman, r 1426 

Pulton 
Abrahamson & De Gear (Benjamin P 

Abrahamson and Jen! De Gear) sheet 

metal works, 1235 Fulton 
ft-jTAbrahamson. See Abrahamsen and 

Abramson 
Abrahm Benjamin, vice-pres Meyer 

Cloak and Suit Co, r 1426 Fulton 
ABRAHM HENRY, physician, Butler 

Bldg, 135 Stockton, r 1426 Fulton. 

tel West 4656 
Abrahm Samuel (Karsky & Abrahm) r 

1426 Fulton 
Abram Robert, r 1263 Octavia 
Abram Rosa, widow, r 2717 Pine 
Abram William R, actor, r 1263 Octavia 
Abramowski O, draftsman Otis Elev Co, 

r 1837 Webster 
Abrams Albert, physician, 246 Powell, r 

Fairmont Hotel 
Abrams A Louis, bkkpr N Abrams, r 

3425 Sacramento 
Abrams Amelia, widow, r 1445 Buchanan 
Abrams Floyd W, salesman, r 25 Wildey 

Av 
Abrams George, dentist, r 1366 Hayes 
Abrams Gustave, salesman, r 1508 

O'Farrell 
Abrams Harry H, news agt, r 1614 Cas- 
tro 
Abrams Henry M, pres H M Abrams Co. 

r 3211 Washington 
Abrams Henry M & Co, mfrs agts, 717 

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Abrams Hvman, cap mfr, r 451 Jersey 
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Abrams Isidore H, with J L Polito, r 333 

Pierce 
Abrams James E, barber, r 49 Bessie Av 
Abrams John, r 43 Noe 
Abrams Joseph, carp, r 306 Arlington 
Abrams Joseph, elk Dean Elec Co, r 

1140 Golden Gate Av 
Abrams Joseph, pressman, r 451 Jersey 
Abrams Joseph D, with A Andrews Dia- 
mond Palace, r 1722 Pine 
Abrams Julius, porter, r 3578b. 17th 
Abrams Julius, r 34 Fair Oaks 
Abrams Keve, peddler, r 1836 Folsom 
Abrams Louis, r 1337 Laguna 
Abrams Louis (Cal Auction House) r 

333 Pierce 
Abrams Louis, propr Russ House, 520 

Hayes 
Abrams Louis, vice-pres V S Faucet Co, 

r 312 Presidio Av 
Abrams Louise, widow, r 1366 Hayes 
Abrams Marc, physician, 7 8 Fair Oaks 
Abrams Max, elk Rosenthal's, r 2717 

Abrams Max, men's furnishings, 514 

Clement 
Abrams Max. tailor, r 751 Devisadero 
Abrams Mervyn J, elk Neustadter Bros, 

r 3001 Pine 
Abrams Minna, widow, r 2765 Bush 
Abrams Morris, junk, r 120 Noe 
Abrams Morris, tailor. 1424 Ellis 
Abrams Nathan. whol underwear, 32 

Sansome, r 3425 Sacramento 
Abrams Paul, peddler, r 120 Noe 
Abrams Robert, bkkpr Waldron & Die- 

drich, r 34 Fair Oaks 
Abrams Robert, stage mech, r 68 Haight 
Abrams Samuel W, elk Rosenthal's, 

1327 Masonic Av 
Abrams Sherman, sheet metalwkr, r 

Brady 
Abrams Soloman, junk, r 120 Noe 
Abrams Wallace C, collr Cal Hospital 

Co, 2065 Market 
Abrams Walter, r 1366 Hayes 
Abrams William, salesman, r 34 Fair 

Abrams Zick, r 234, 5th Av 

fHTAbrams. See Abraham, Abrahams 

and Abrahm 
Abramson A, vice-pres Samuel Co, 

1911 Ellis 
Abramson D Mrs. r 1911 Ellis 
Abramson Edward ( Illinois Pacific Glass 

Co) r 623 Baker 
Abramson Fannie, widow, r 453 Franklin 
Abramson Gustave. lab. r 339 Ritch 
ABRAMSON-HEUNISCH GLASS CO. 

See Illinois-Pacific Glass Co 
irAhramson. See Abrahamson 
Abrate Louis, lino opr. r 1655 Powell 
Abreau Joseph, stev, 300 Steuart 
Abrego Alfonso L, elk S P Co, r 818 

Devisadero 
Absolute Title Company. 519 California 
Abt Moriz, groceries, 1499, 9th Av 
Academy of Sciences, 1812 Gough 
Academy of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion, W s Guerrero bet 24th and 25th 
ACADEMY' OP THE SACRED HEART, 

Madam D McMenamy superioress, 

2020 Washington 
Aceret Emil, foreman Standard Shirt 

Factory, r 2103 Golden Gate Av 
ACH HENRY, atty-at-law, 707 Kohl 

Bldg, r 2300 Jackson 
Ach J, r Fairmont Hotel 
tf-^TAch. See Asch, Ash and Ashe 
Achard Lily Miss, r 785. 1st Av 
Acheson Alexander W, elk W F & Co 

Ex, r 947 Fell 
Acheson Allen E (Jordan & Acheson) 

and barber, 454 Kearny, r 2557 Polk 
IBTAcheson. See Aitchison, Atchinson, 

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Achilles Olive Miss, stenogr, r 123 Tre- 

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Aehstetter Antone, cabtmkr, r 77 Pope 
Achterberg John P, r 50 Sanchez 
Achtermann Andrew, lab S P Co, r 400 

Visitacion Av 
Achuff Frank, butcher A Meyer & Co, 

r Oakland 
Achurch Samuel, carp, r 4137, 20th 
Acke Henry C, vice-pres and mgr John 

Horstmann Co, r Alameda 
Acker A P, r 3322 Army- 
Acker Charles F, blksmith, r 1301 Guer- 
rero 
Acker Francis V, contr, r 2427 Buchanan 
Acker Francis V J, carp, r 2427 Bu- 
chanan 
Acker Franz, tailor, 305 Leavenworth 
Acker Herman, elk Pac Syndicate Co, 

r 305 Hayes 
ACKER NICHOLAS A, patent atty, 16 

Geary r Oakland 
Acker William C, chauffeur, r 1673 

O'Farrell 
£3" Acker. See Aker 

Ackerland Charles A (Ackerland & Mc- 
pherson) r 988 Pine 
Ackerland & McPherson, barbers, 1460 

Bush 
Ackerly John, shoemkr A Aim. r 132.> 

Guerrero 
Ackerman Ada Miss, nurse, r 1472 Grove 
Ackerman Charles H, stock cutter, r 

3812 Army 
Ackerman Charles L, atty, r 2201 Van 

Ness Av 
Ackerman Delia, widow, r 2236a Market 
Ackerman Edward, pres Empire Theater 

Co, r 1482 Sutter 
Ackerman Emanuel P, mfrs agt, 714 

Eddy, r 2435 Vallejo 
Ackerman Frank B, druggist, r 415 Bu- 
chanan 
Ackerman George, carp, r 138 Sussex 
Ackerman George W, salesman "\V F 

Boardman Co, r 1227 Clay 
Ackerman Harry W, engr, r 27 Liberty 
Ackerman Henry, elk, r 473, 14th 
Ackerman Henry L, bkkpr, r 2859 Steiner 
Ackerman Herman, master mariner, r 

273S Folsom 
Ackerman Hyman, r 1849 Jackson 
Ackerman Irving C (Ackerman & Op- 

penheim) r 2201 Van Ness Av 
Ackerman Isadore S. mgr Anglo-Amer- 
ican Crockery and Glassware Co, r 
2507 Pacific Av 
Ackerman Isidor H, uroker, r 2197 Pa- 
cific Av 
Ackerman Jacob J, liquors, S E cor Mar- 
ket and Church 
Ackerman John, ropemkr, r 388 Sanchez 
ACKERMAN JOHN D, land attorney, 
1603 Brush (Oakland) tel Oakland 
7578 
Ackerman Joseph, elk, r 473, 14th 
ACKERMAN LLOTD S, atty-at-law, 417 
Union Trust Bldg, tel Kearny 325, r 
2197 Pacific Av 
Ackerman Marie, widow, r 119 Boutwell 
Ackerman Oscar, bookbdr. r 3186, 25th 
Ackerman Robert, lumberman, r 3186 

25th 
Ackerman Samuel J, genl mgr D N & E 

Walter & Co, r Alameda 
Ackerman Sigmund L. stocks and bonds, 

Mills Bldg, r 3222 Jackson 
Ackerman & Oppenheim (I C Ackerman 
and M Oppenheim) attys, Paci.le Bldg 
£S" Ackerman. See Akermau.i and Ack- 

ermann 
Ackerson Catherine, widow, 517, 7th 
Ackerson Charles, collr, r 700 Fell 
Ackerson Katherine, widow, r 700 Fell 
Ackerson Mary E, widow, r 1477 Geary 
Ackerson Walter, stev, 300 Steuart 
&T Ackerson. See Acheson, Atchison, 
Atchinson and Atkinson 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

460^462 8 TH StMland.Cdl. 

ACKLET EDWARD, director and special 
agt in Mexico for Pacific Coast Fruit 
Co, 789 Market, r Palo Alto 

Ackley Frank M, auto repr, r 719 Ten- 

Ackley Leonard, carp, r 121 View Av 
Acklom Alfred E, real estate, 136 Leides- 

dorff, r Alameda 
j£5"Ackman. See Akmann 

ACME BREWING COMPANY 

Leopold P. Schmidt pres, William 
Schuldt sec and mgr, Jacob P. Ret- 
tenmayer treas, 1401 Sansome, tel 
Kearny 385 

Acme Building and Loan Assn, Oscar 
Heyman sec, 113 Montgomery 

ACME CHEMICAL CO, polishing com- 
pounds, 721 Polk 

Acme Engineering Co, G Jacobs mgr. 
civil engrs. 2439 Sutter 

ACME HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO 
(Inc) Marten B Joost pres, 5 46 Va- 
lencia, tel Market 5740 

ACME HARDWOOD PLOOR CO, inlaid 
floors and machine floor surfacing. 
136, 12th nr Mission, tel Market 2957 

Acme Iron and Wire Works, 37 Board- 
man PI 

ACME LUMBER CO, office and yard 6th 
and Channel, tel Kearny 2260 

Acme Machine Works. 19 Tehama 

Acme Mills Co. W J McCarthy mgr, 268 
Market 

Acme Motor Car Co of California (Inc) 
226 Van Ness Av 

Acme Planing Mill (William J Allen) 
Brvant bet 17th and 18th 

Acme Sheet Metal Wks (R N Fuidge. 
I N Norman and H D Buckley) 
540 Castro 

Acme Steel Goods Co, steel box strap- 
ping. 1125 Battery 

Acme White Lead & Color Works. 1441 
Haight 

Acquistapace A P, elk Italian-Swiss 
Colony, r Santa Clara 

Acquistapace John, bartndr. r 2 Eliza- 
beth 

43* Acres. See Akers 

Acton Catherine, r 2174%. 15th 

Acton Edwin G (R Acton & Son) r 327S. 
24th 

Acton George W, asst cashier New Zea- 
land Ins Co. r 2319 Webster 

Acton John B, collr, r 2319 Webster 

Acton Martin J, lab TJ S Customs, r 
Berkeley 

Acton Percy, r 1953 Webster 

Acton R & Son (R & E) harnessmkrs. 
1328 Valencia 

Acton Richard (R Acton & Son) r 3278. 
24th 

Acton Richard S. draftsman Smith 
O'Brien, r 3278. 24th 



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Adair Alexander, rigger, r 822 Arkansas 
Adair Charles B, lather, r 32 Dwight 
Adair Edward, mach, r 2 Bryant Ter 
Adair E M Mrs, r 1803% Eddy 
Adair James, rigger, r 954 Wisconsin 
Adair Leslie, elk Baker & Hamilton, r 

180 Hyland Av 
Adair William G, teamster, r 234 Haight 
Adair William H, druggist S A McDon- 
nell & Son, r 1619 Page 
Adair Zella Miss, nurse, r 4 Steiner 
Adam Alexander, ship carp U I Wks, r 

295 Pennsylvania Av 
Adam Baptiste, carp, r 932 Pacific 
Adam Carl, driver, r 680 Ash 
ADAM GEORGE, physician, MacDon- 
ough Bldg, 333 Kearny, tel Kearny 
4485, r 2937 Fillmore, tel West 6280 
Adam Grant Building, 120 Sansome 
Adam Herman, vice-pres Cal Card Mfg 

Co, r 638 Steiner 
Adam P Louis, cigarmkr, r 1677 Hayes 
Adami Charles, plumber, r 2276 Union 
Adami Henrv P, cook, r 1303% Castro 
Adami Henry W, driver', r 1337 Utah 
Adami James, r 150 Andover Av 
Adami Marie, widow, r 2276 Union 
Adami Oreste, waiter, r 1446 Valencia 
Adami Philip, lab, r 1508, 17th Av South 
itW Adami. See Adamy and Adema 
Adamich Joseph, tailor, r 1420 Geary 
Adams Addie, widow, r 606 Buchanan 
Adams Adolph, delicacies, 207a Sanchez 

r 130 Noe 
Adams Albert, lab, r 3552, 23d 
Adams Albert G, foundryman, r 1121 

Hampshire 
Adams Alfred, r 5618 California 
Adams Alfred W, elk Gorham Rubber 

Co, r 1308% Devisadero 
Adams Alonzo W, carp r 573 Eureka 
Adams Annie, widow, r 506 Gates 
Adams Archibald H, pres Autographic 

Register Co, r Alameda 
Adams Arthur, elk, r 1133 Dolores 
ADAMS ARTHUR L, supt registry di- 
vision Postomce, r San Anselmo 
Adams Benjamin, stage mech, r 68 

Haight 
Adams Bertram, Ocean Boulevard bet 

H and I 
Adams-Booih Co (Sacramento) whol gro- 
ceries, 310 Clay 
Adams Burt G, teacher music, r 1172 

Haight 
Adams Carl G, elk Pac Lumber Co, r 

614 Pell 
Adams Carrie Mrs. r 265 Laussat Av 
Adams C D, elect engr S F Gas & Elec 
Co, r 925 Franklin 



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Adams C E, with Mobile Carriage Co, 

762 Golden Gate Av 
Adams C F. atty, 568 Golden Gate Av 
ADAMS C T Co, installment goods, 284 

Golden Gate Av, tel Franklin 2646 
Adams C Frank, real estate, r 300 Penn- 
sylvania 
Adams Charles, carp, r 471% Sanchez 
Adams Charles, chauffeur, r 2914 La- 

guna 
Adams Charles, elk P M SS Co, r 1362 

Post 
Adams Charles, cook, r 749 Howard 
Adams Charles, tailor, 34 Kearny, r 434 

Haight 
ADAMS CHARLES ALBERT (Adams & 

Adams) atty, r 2409 Webster 
Adams Charles D, car repr, r 102 Cali- 
fornia Av 
Adams Charles E, mach, r 3886, 22d 
Adams Charles E, r 270 Pair Oaks 
Adams Charles E, r 325, 7th Av 
Adams Charles P, elk, r 878 Haight 
Adams Charles G, carp, r 471% Sanchez 
Adams Charles G, sec-pres Board of 

Harbor Comrs, r 1362 Post 
Adams C H, gauger U S Internal Reve- 
nue Collr, r 2057, 15th 
ADAMS CHARLES H, pres Washing- 
ton Mill Co and Classen Chemical 
Co, r 129, 24th Av 
Adams Clara A Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 1386 Filbert 
Adams Co, real estate, 431 Battery 
Adams Cornelius, shoemaking, 1503 Post, 

r 1635 Sutter 
Adams Cosmopolitan Grammar School, 
Miss Helen F McFarland prin, Eddy 
bet Van Ness Av and Polk 
Adams Curtis, ironwkr, r 255 Webster 
Adams C W, r 2306 Market 
Adams David R (Brunton & Adams) r 

Oakland 
Adams Donald R, bkkpr Charles Adams, 

r 434 Haight 
Adams E Allen, chauffeur, r 1103 Oak 
Adams Edmund S, r 1911 Bush 
Adams Edson, vice-pres Dorrance-Battin 

Co, r Oakland 
Adams Edward, patternmkr, r 688 Treat 

Av 
Adams Edward F, journalist, r 954 Ash- 
bury 
Adams Edward M. atty, r 2777 Pine 
Adams Edward W, dept mgr Baker & 

Hamilton, r 355 Fair Oaks 
Adams Edwin R, printer, r 1349 San 

Bruno Av 
Adams Eliza A, widow, r 2307 Van Ne 

Av 
Adams Elizabeth Miss, nurse Morton 

Sanatorium, r 775 Cole 
Adams E M, sheet metalwkr, r 1284 Page 
Adams Emil, r 503 San Bruno Av 
Adams Emma, widow, r 824 Page 
ADAMS ERNEST H, mfrs agt, 154 Sut- 
ter, r 151, 24th Av 
Adams Ernest M, propr Dolores Apts, 

2306 Market 
Adams F E, elk San Francisco & Port- 
land S S Co, r Oakland 
Adams Frank, engr, r 2217a Mission 
Adams Frank, sec Adams & Hollopeter, 

r 917 Cole 
Adams Frank C, carp, r 1403 Golden 

Gate Av 
Adams Frank H, draftsman W P Ry, r 

Berkeley 
Adams Frank M, r 2710 Devisadero 
Adams Fred C, chemist, r 625 Clayton 
Adams Fred T, cashier P C S S Co, r* 

1045 Franklin 
Adams Fred V, photgr Vaughan & Keith, 

r 1321 Sutter 
Adams G, musician, r 513 Pacific 
Adams George, electn, r 1610, 8th 
Adams George, engr Broadway Brewing 
Co. r 1133 Dolores 



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Adams George, mtrman 
24th 

Adams George A (Adams. Schaertzer & 
Clausen) atty, r Los Angeles 

Adams George A. sec Gray Eagle Gold 
Mining Co, r San Jose, Cal 

Adams George A, stage meeh, r 637 Mc- 
Allister 

Adams George C Rev. pastor First Con- 
gregational Church, r 2710 Devisa- 
dero 

Adams George E, elk. r 2019 Pine 

Adams George E, elk S P Co, r 

Adams George J, expressman, r 182 San 

Carlos Av 
Adams George M, elk. r 1396 Hayes 
Adams George P. broker, r 2048 Green 
Adams George Wallace, salesman W P 

Fuller & Co, r Alameda 
Adams George Ward, salesman De 

Fremerv & Co, r Fruitvale 
Adams Gideon J, elk Charles A Bowman, 

r 2896 Pine 
Adams Gustave, brewer, r 4057, 17th 
Adams Gustave, messgr, r 503 San 

Bruno Av 
Adams H A opr W U Tel Co, r 1995 

California 
Adams Harry B, elk Hartford Fire Ins 

Co, r Berkeley 
Adams Harry E. ins, r 3200 Sacramento 
Adams Harry G, cigars, 1301 Mason, r 

2727 Jackson 
Adams Helen D, widow, r 193 Tremont Av 
Adams Helen G, widow, r 1655 Haight 
Adams Henry D, painter, r 122. 2d Av 
Adams Henry H, see Radke & Co.- r 647 

Baker 
Adams Henry P, mgr Martin Copeland 

Co, r 2717 Union 
Adams Henry W. driver, r 1337 Utah 
Adams Herbert, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Adams Herbert J, fireman, r 110 South 

Av 
Adams Herbert W, painter, r 135 Devisa- 

dero 
Adams Horace T, sec and mgr Farns- 

ivorth Elect Wks. r Berkeley 
Adams Isaac (Adams & Magor) r 2019 

Pine 

Adams Isabelle, widow, r 3660, 20th 
Adams J, cond, r 2616, 24th 
Adams Jacob, pres Broadway Brewing 

Co, r 1133 Dolores 
Adams James E, elk Postoffice, r Oak- 
land 

Adams James M, carp, r 340, 32d Av rear 
Adams James P, stage mech. r IS Park 

Ct 
Adams James S, printer, r 1617 Brod- 

erick 
Adams Jay W, Pac Coast pass agt Nickel 

Plate R R, r Alameda 
Adams J Egbert, mgr United Investment 

Co, r Oakland 
Adams J J. elk U RR, r 1396 Hayes 
Adams John, r 1443b Harrison 
Adams John (Spoor & Adams) 1489 

Mission 
Adams John, calker, r 902 Illinois 
Adams John, car repr, r 1478 Ellis 
Adams John, student Morton Sanato- 
rium, r 775 Cole 
Adams John, teamster, r 2894 Pine 
Adams John A, surveyor, r 1291 Mc- 
Allister 
Adams John D, elk, r 1911 Bush 
Adams John E, pres Brown & Adams 

Co, r 2220 Jackson 
Adams John E Investment Co, 431 Bat- 
tery 
Adams John G, r 2934 Fillmore 
Adams John H, printer, r 5618 Califor- 
nia 
Adams John N, dept mgr Hale Bros, r 
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Adams John Q. r 647 Baker 
Adams John Q, blksmith, r 456 Vienna 
Adams John Q Jr, mtrman U RR. r 

647 Baker 
Adams John R, elk, r 254 Cenral Av 
Adams John R, salesman City of Paris. 

r Alameda 
Adams John S, r 1366, 12th Av 
Adams John S, corporal police, r 2124 

Bush 
Adams Joseph, r 2057, 15th 
Adams Joseph, lab, r 1530 Kentucky 
Adams Joseph A, janitor, r 1172 Haight 
Adams J R, lab Engr's Corps USA 
Adams Laura B, widow, r 2057e, 15th 
Adams Laura E, r 2715 Sutter 
Adams Lawson S (Adams-Booth Co) r 

Belvedere 
Adams Lorenzo L, lab, r 1037, 30th Av 

South 
Adams Louis J. teamster, r 527 Ivy Av 
Adams Lucy F Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 1386 Filbert 
Adams Lydia F L Mrs, r 270 Fair Oaks 
Adams Margaret Mrs, r 564a Alvarado 
Adams Marion, teacher Cal School Mech 

Arts, r 954 Ashbury 
Adams Martha, widow, r 627 Hayes 
Adams Mary, widow, r 3528, 19th 
Adams Max, salesman Wilmerding- 

Loewe Co, r 259. 1st Av 
Adams Mills D, atty, r 2777 Pine 
Adams Nelson, elk, r 1396 Hayes 
Adams Nelson J, driver, r 1396 Hayes 
Adams Nettie, widow, r 2323 California 
Adams' Nicholas, car dispatcher U RR, 

r 4275, 24th 
Adams O R elk Royal and Queen Ins 

Cos, r Sausalito 
Adams Orville D, asst bkkpr P Cheva- 
lier Co, r Berkeley 
Adams Oscar, r 33 % Richland Av 
Adams Otis F, engr str Alviso 
Adams Paul, hod carrier, r 403 Amazon 

Av 
Adams Peter, molder, r 506 Gates 
Adams Philip, r 520 Hayes 
Adams Richard, r 327 Valley 
Adams Robert, actor, r 637, 3d Av 
Adams Robert, auditor disbursements 

S P Co, r Oakland 
Adams Roy, driver, r 1433 Ellis 
Adams Sadie E Mrs, insp U S Customs, 

r 1439, 47th Av 
Adams Samuel, carp, r 1105 Castro 
Adams Samuel, shipwright, r 224, 28th 
Adams Satira D, widow, r 234 Harriet 
ADAMS, SCHAEKTZEE & CLAUSEN 
(G A Adams, H C Schaertzer and 
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Adams The, lodgings, 391 Leavenworth 
Adams Thomas S, r 2220 Jackson 
Adams Thomas W, lineman, r SW cor 

Webster and Bay 
Adams Timothy W, saw mkr, 

Adams Transfer Co, 60 Clay 

Adams T Selby, r 2220 Jackson 

Adams W & Co (W Adams and 
derbrand) mfrs sausages, 
Howard 

Adams Wellington, teamster, r 
12th Av 

Adams Wenzel (W Adams & Co) r 1082 
Howard 

Adams W Gale, elk S P Co. r 1911 Baker 

Adams William, r 719 Shotwell 

Adams William, r 1037. 30th Av South 

Adams William, pres Adams & Hollo- 
peter, r 652, 9th Av 

Adams William, cond, r 4753 Point Lo- 
bos Av 

ADAMS WILLIAM, insurance broker, 
423 Kearny, r 2323 California 

Adams William, mach opr, r 312^4 San 
Jose Av 

Adams William, paper hanger, r 1126 
Valencia 

Adams William, shoemkr, r 3 Juri 

Adams William F, Railway Postal elk, r 
2057e, 15th 

Adams William P, sec Broadway Brew- 
ing Co, r 1133 Dolores 

Adams William H, janitor, r 139 San 
Jose Av 

Adams William J (Bandman & Adams) 
r 71 Parnassus Av 

Adams William J, electn, r 235 Harriet 

ADAMS WILLIAM J (ESTATE OF) 
whol lumber and shipping, 310 Cali- 
fornia, tel Kearnv 2131 

Adams William L, barber, r 317, 3d 

Adams William L, with W J Adams 
Estate of, r Palo Alto 

Adams William R, plumber, r 824 Page 

Adams William S, elk Hotel St James, 
r 2128 Van Ness Av 

Adams William S, elk Langley & 
Michaels Co, r 1911 Bush 

Adams William S, lumberman, r 1366, 
12th Av 

Adams Z B, elk Murphy, Grant & Co, 
r 1618 Laguna 

ADAMS & ADAMS (Charles Albert 
Adams) attys-at-law, 416-418 Hum- 
boldt Bank Bldg, tel Douglas 275 

ADAMS & HOLLOPETER (Inc.) 

William Adams pres, John F. Young 
treas, Frank Adams sec, William H. 
Hollopeter snpt, makers high-grade 
lighting fixtures, factory 1883 Mar- 
ket, office and show rooms 745 Mis- 
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Adams & Magor (I Adams and W Ma- 

gor) barbers, 1020 Buchanan 
Adamson August, boilermkr, r 770 Noe 
Adamson Bros (R Jr and S L H Adam- 
son) clothing, 184, 3d 
Adamson David, master mariner, r 1160 

Jackson 
Adamson Martin, lab, r 8 Latona 
Adamson O, timekpr. r 757 Hayes 
Adamson Peter, nickelodeon, 123, 3d, r 

10 Rincon PI 
Adamson Peter F, molder S F Stove 

Wks 
Adamson Richard, r 325 Lexington Av 
Adamson Richard Jr (Adamson Bros) 

r Royal House 
Adamson Robert H, bkkpr Met Life Ins 

Co, r 325 Lexington Av 
Adamson Samuel L H (Adamson Bros) 

r 922 Alabama 
Adamson William, master mariner, r 

3012 Fillmore 
Adamson William E, elk. r 333 Haight 
Adamson William H, teacher, r 333 

Haight 
SS"Adamy. See Adami 
Adcock Charles E, cashier St Francis 

Hotel, r 1316 Octavia 
Adcock John T, elk C F Doe & Co, r 

922 Valencia 
Adcock Samuel, r 111 Turk 
Adcock Samuel, polisher, r 2282%, 15th 
Adcock William, elk, r 259, 7th 
Adcock William N, polisher Shreve & 

Co, r 2282% 15th 
Addenin Armand, carp, r 4432, 23d 
Adderlev Alfred, painter, r 949 York 
Adderiey Harriet E Miss, r 1233, 47th Av 
Adderley Stanley, sponges, 2115 Pine, 

r 1233, 47th Av 
Adderson George W, draftsman Vulcan 

Iron Wks, r 1262 Ashbury 
Addington C E, sheet iron wkr, r 826 

Devisadero 
Addington Oscar, lab, r 1918b Folsom 
Addison Dora, widow, r 2308 Jackson 
Addison George W, brklayer, r 757 

Hayes 
Addison H, cond V RR, r 1135 Golden 

Gate Av 
Addison James H, window trimmer, r 

2308 Jackson 
Addison Lorenzo, elk Mangrum & Otter, 

r 1713 Green 
ADDISON THOMAS, Pacific Coast Man- 
ager General Electric Co. Union 

Trust Bldg, r Berkeley 
Addleston Jacob, elk M A Gunst & Co, 

r 1618a Turk 
ADDBESSOGEAPH, H S Crocker Co . 

Pac Coast agts, 230-240 Brannan 
Addy Frank, r Eastlake Hotel 
Ade Joseph J. boxmkr, r 541 Oak 
Ade Pauline, widow, r 541 Oak 
Adeline Apartments, 514 Guerrero 
Adeline Hotel, 640 Eddy 
Adelman Maurice, second-hand goods, r 

3044, 24th 
Adelsdorfer Ernest, bkkpr J Bamberger 

& Co, r 471, 4th Av 
Adelsdorfer John C, agt, r 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Lewis, mgr Western Fire 

Appliance Co, 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Max, mfrs agt, 43 Van Ness 

Av 
Adelsdorfer Rose, widow, r 1605 Gough 
Adelseck Frank, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Adelson Abraham, presser, r 723 Willow 

Av 
Adelson William, peddler, r 9 Day 
Adelstein H S, salesman, r 671, 2d Av 
Adelstein J D, cutter, r 178 San Carlos 

Av 
Adelstein Louis, salesman, r 1486 Waller 
Adelstein Samuel, teacher music, 1S34 

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Aden David, tailor O W Nordwell, r 

Berkeley 
Aden Henry J, lab. r 34 8a, 2d Av 
Ader Fred P, weigher J F McKenna, r 

Alameda 
Adge Ernest V, engr, r 225 Guerrero 
Adge Veronica, widow, r 225 Guerrero 
Adkins Albert J, waiter, r 423 Linden Av 
Adkins Curl C, carp, r 424 Linden Av 
Adkins Joel, elk, r 14 Farren Av 
£i- Adkins. See Atkins 

Adkinson Vivian, widow, r 1291 McAl- 
lister 
Adler Aaron A, grain, r 1690 Broadway 
Adler Albert F (Marks, Gillson & Adler) 
r 2109 Pacific Av 

ADLER ALBERT S. 

physician, 1434 Buchanan, tel West 
2554 

Adler Augusta, widow, r 1281 Ellis 
Adler Benjamin, cigars, 15 Powell, r 

2415 Pacific Av 
Adler Charles, barber, 561 Fillmore 
Adler Charles, porter, r 120 Chattanooga 
Adler David, upholst, 559 Haight, r 476 

Duboce Av 
Adler Esther Mrs, r 1690 Broadway 
Adler Felix Free Kindergarten, 2316 

Mason 

Adler Frank, ironwkr, r 2327 Folsom 
Adler Frank, teamster, r 723 Shot well 
Adler Gussie, widow, r 1261 Ellis 
Adler Harry B (Gilsey Cafe) r Oakland 
Adler Harry F, salesman Hoffman Roth- 
child & Co, r 1061 Buchanan 
Adler Helmar, master mariner, r 154, 3d 
Adler Henry, mtrman U RR, r 3926a 

Sacramento 
Adler Henry A, elk, r 1653 Post 
Adler Herman, acct, r 2365 Bush 
Adler Herman, upholst, r 476 Duboce Av 
Adler Howard F, physician, r 1690 

Broadway 
Adler Jacob, ins, Security Bldg 
Adler Jesse, teamster, r 4 21 Fulton 
Adler Jno S & Co (Jno S Adler) mfrs 

factor, 91 Drumm 
Adler J O, master mariner. Ferry Bldg 
Adler John M, packer, r 1263 Clay 
Adler John S (Jno S Adler & Co) r 

Hotel Regent 
Adler Jonas, gripman, r 1941 Geary 
Adler Joseph, salesman Son Bros & Co, 

r 1330 McAllister 
Adler Joseph C, salesman Anglo-Am. C. 

& G Co, r 803 Cole 
Adler Louis, engr, r 328, 3d 
Adler Louis, shoemkr, r 1301 Lyon 
Adler Moses, r 2109 Pacific Av 
Adler N Max, propr Bav State Restau- 
rant, 29-37 Stockton 
Adler Sanatorium, 1690 Broadway 
Adler Sigmund, salesman Mangrum & 

Otter, r 573 Scott 
Adler Solomon, derrt mgr Levey & Lip- 
man, r 3662 Sacramento 
Adlund I O, master mariner. Ferry Bldg 
Admiral House, lodgings, 3489, 18th 
Adney R C J, storekpr U S Mint, r Oak- 
land 
Adolfson Oscar R, carp, r 1071 Treat Av 
Adolphson Gustave A, master mariner, 

r 635a Capp 
Adolphus Richard A, steward, r 823a 

Alabama 
Adrian Wewer O F M, architect at St 

Boniface Church 
Adriance William T, elk, r 546 Jersey 
Adriatic The (weekly) 35 Montgomery 
11 Advance Carpet Cleaning Co, 637 Turk 
Advance Hall, 316, 14th 
Advance Mill Co, 623-633 Bryant 
ADVANCE REAL ESTATE CO (Inc) 
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ADVANCE SHADE CO, George Walcom 

Co proprs. 637' Turk 
Advent Christian Church, 1709 Church 
Advertising Bureau The, 660 Market 
Aegerter Charles, bartndr, r 1017 Broad- 
way 
Aegerter H, elk S F News Co, r 1017 

Broadway 
Aehlert Henry F, salesman, r 570 Hayes 
Aehrilich Paul E, instrument mkr, r 1920 

Golden Gate Av 
Aelsassar J, brewer Enterprise Brewing 

Co, r 2046 Bryant 
Aeppli Jesse, laundryman, r 1133 Florida 
Aer Herman, lab, r 12 Putnam 
JETIU rlREFROOEING CO, Arthur 
Priddle mgr. Builders' Exchange 183 
Stevenson, tel Kearny 3637 
Aetna Indemnity Co (of Hartford, Conn) 

244 Kearny 
STKA INSURANCE CO (of Hartford) 
George C Boardman genl agt. E C 
Morrison asst genl mgr, 514 Califor- 
nia 
Aetna Investment Co, real estate and 

loans, 1370 Sutter 
JETNA LIIE INSURANCE CO, Liability 
Dept, Walter A Chowen mgr Western 
branch, 8th floor Monadnock Bldg 
JETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO (Hart- 
ford, Conn) Life Dept, E H Lestock 
Gregory genl agt, 8th floor Monad- 
nock Bldg 
iETNA LipE INSURANCE CO (Hart- 
ford, Conn) Personal, Accident and 
Health Dept, John H Stevens genl 
agt and adjuster, 8th floor Monadnock 
Bldg 
Aetna Mills, 430-432, 5th 
Aetna Mineral Water Co.. Charles F Si- 
mon agt, 1229 Page 
Affelder William M, r 363 Page 
Affiliated Colleges (Depts of the Uni- 
versity of Cal) Parnassus Av. bet 
1st and 3d Avs 
Affleck Frank, storekpr Met Light & 

Power Co, r 574 Waller 
Affleck Peter, stev, r 31a Federal 
Affleck William, stev, 300 Steuart 
Afflerbach C H Mrs, r 631 Lyon 
Affolter Bros (J J and Joseph) butchers, 

137-143, 3d 
Affolter John J (Affolter Bros) r 355% 

Minna 
Affolter Herman, r 262 Jules Av 
Affolter Joseph (Affolter Bros) and 

propr Arcada House, r 1718 Waller 
Affolter William (Affolter Bros) butcher, 

r 1601 Treat Av 
Aftergut Samuel, stockyard, 4301 Mis- 
sion, r 4288 Mission 
Agapoff John, lab, r 952 Rhode Island 
Agar James E. with Dettner Printing 
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Agar John M, sec Best and Belcher 

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Agard George L, bkkpr Daiziel-Moller 

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Agard N Adrian, widow, purchasing agt, 

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4S"Agard. See Aagard 
Agassiz Prim School, Miss S J Jones 

prin, Bartlett nr 22d 
Agaton Alexander H, mach, r 1018 

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Agaton Emile, butcher, r 358 Brannan 
Agaton Magdalen, widow, r 1018 Church 
Agazzi Bartholomew, bartndr, r 975 Wis- 
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Agee Herbert, painter, r 1749% Geary 
Agen Oscar D, bkkpi- J H Newbauer & 

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Agerup Richard, master mariner, r NW 

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Agisti Adam, bartndr, r 1042a Mont- 
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Agler Harry B, liquors, 1534 California, 

r 1400 Jones 
Agler William B, electn, r 1400 Jones 
Aglito George, barber, r 1269 McAllister 
Agmar Paul, painter, 2872 California 
Agnel Frank, painter, r 96 Glen Av 
Agner Charles, photgr, r 3021 Laguna 
Agnew Arthur, ironwkr, r 626 Anderson 
Agnew Arthur H, gas fitter, r 1565 

Pulton 
Agnew Catherine, widow, r 1634 Dolores 
Agnew Edith H Miss, stenogr Petaluma 

& Santa Rosa Ry Co, r 1309 Masonic 

Av 
Agnew Ellen, widow, liquors, 540 Bryant 
Agnew F J, special agt Pennsylvania 

Fire Ins Co. r Oakland 
Agnew Frank P, with Title Insurance & 

Guaranty Co, r 2545 Polk 

James A, steel forger, 



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Dolores 
Agnew John E, Ry Postal elk 

Turk 
Agnew John H, stove mounter, r 1634 

Dolores 
Agnew John J. r 1565 Fulton 
Agnew Margaret, widow, r 1305 Mont- 
gomery 
Agnew Newton, stableman, r 316 Ritch 
Agnew Robert, lab, r 112 Alta PI 
Agnew Thomas E, gatekpr Am Haw 

SS Co, r 1305 Montgomery 
Agnew William, boxmkr, r 1305 Mont- 



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Agnew W P, physician. Pacific Bldg 
Agricultural Insurance Co, Edward 

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Aguayo Nash, printer, r 1013 Natoma 

Aguerret Martin, laundryman, r 1064 
Oak 

Aguilar H, gripman U RR, r 906 Broad- 
way 

Aguilar Marcus, saddler, r 1207 Powell 

Aguirre August M (Colombo Market 
Seed Co) r 2660 Taylor 

Aguirre Beatrice, nurse Scoble Hospi- 
tal, r 1510 Page 

Aguirre Camille, nurse Scobie Hospital, 
r 1510 Page 

Aguirre Louis M, salesman Langley & 
Michaels Co, r 2429 Washington 

Aguirre Raymond, elk The Anglo-Cali- 
fornian Bank, r Oakland 

Aguirre Raymond, interpreter, r 2060 
Taylor 

Aguis Angelo. fruits, 3007 San Bruno 
Av, r 17 Crane 

Agular M, waiter, r 59 Salmon 

Ahearn Dennis F, elk Coffin, Redington 
Co, r 312 Liberty 

Ahearn Francis, lab, r 1007 Hampshire 

Ahearn John F, r 429 Duboce Av 



molder, 



2905.% 



Ahearn Maurice J, 

Harrison 
Ahearn Roger, carp, 
Ahearn William F, 

Waller 
tS"Ahearn. See Ahem and Aherne 
Aher Jeremiah, carp, r 158, 20th Av 
Aher Thomas E. elk Coffin, Redington 

Co, r 19% Johnson Av 
Ahern Anne, widow, r 1308 Laguna 
Ahem Arthur J (Casey & Ahern) r 

2494 Howard 
Ahern Benjamin, metal wkr, r 7 Sey- 



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Av 



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Daniel, lab, r 922 Michigan 
Ahern Daniel, lab, r 1049 York 
Ahern Daniel, plasterer, r 2880 Howard 
Ahern Daniel F, elk, r 810 Lyon 
Ahern Daniel J, insp TJ S Customs, r 

1168, 19th 
Ahern David, lab. r 22 Alvarado 
Ahern Dennis, r 7 Seymour Av 
Ahern Dennis, blksmith, r li 

Ahern Dennis J, solr, r 1926a Golden 

Gate Av 
Ahern Donald, harnessmkr, r 302 Liberty 
Ahern Edward, with Dunham, Carrigan 

& Hayden Co. r 4050, 25th 
Ahern Edward T, foreman, r 1926a 

Golden Gate Av 
Ahern Ellen, widow, r 1926% Golden 

Gate Av 
Ahern Eugene, paver, r 1169 Tennessee 
Ahern Frank A, asst editor Coast Shoe 

Reporter, r 615 Oak 
Ahern Frederick W, salesman J W 

Roach, r 473 Waller 
Ahern Gertrude, stenogr, r 431 Buchan- 
an 
Ahern James A, plumber, r 405 Grove 
Ahern James A, tile setter, r 810 Lyon 
Ahern Jeremiah, tile setter, r 2880 

Howard 
Ahern Johanna, widow, r 812 Division 
Ahern John, cement wkr, r 73 Shotwell 
Ahern John, painter, r 8505, 20th 
Ahern John, teamster, r 22 Alvarado 
Ahern John F. lab. r 1007 Hampshire 
Ahern John F, mach, r 410 Hoffman Av 
Ahern John J, elk, r 810 Lyon 
Ahern John M, elk, r 1926% Golden 

Gate Av 
Ahern John P, elk A Kuster, r 431 

Buchanan 
Ahern Joseph, lab, r 132 Hancock 
Ahern Joseph J. elk, r 810 Lyon 
Ahern Julia Miss, liquors, 448 Stanyan 
Ahern Maria, widow, r 22 Alvarado 
Ahern Mary, widow, r 431 Buchanan 
Ahern Matthew J, lather, r 1323 Guer- 



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Ahem Maurice, bridgebldr, r 2013, 17th 
Ahern Maurice, paver, r 1169 Tennessee 
Ahern Maurice J, ticket collr S P Co, 

r 810 Lyon 

Ahern Maurice J Jr, elk, r 810 Lyon 
Ahern Michael, lab, r 623 Andover Av 
Ahern Nellie M, stenogr, r 431 Buch- 
anan 
Ahern Roger, carp, r 2854 Harrison 
Ahern Roger Jr, millhand, r 2854 Har- 

Ahern Thomas, wharfinger S P Co, r 

Oakland _„ _, 

Ahern Thomas J, stev, r 78 Chealey 
Ahern Timothy, watchman, r 4050, 25th 
Ahern William, carp, r 926 Alabama 
Ahern William, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 16, 28th 
Ahern William, lab, r 308 Vicksburg 
Ahern William, lab, r 812 Division 
Ahem William, lab S P Co, r 4426, 25th 
Ahern William J, editor and publisher 

Coast Shoe Reporter, r 615 Oak 
Ahern William J Jr, salesman, r 615 

Oak 

*3"Aherne. See Ahearn and Ahern 
Ahkmann Annie, widow r 1510, 11th Av 
Ahkmann John, lab, r 2845 California 
Ahkmann Martin C, r 1630, 10th Av 
Ahl Gustave E, bldr, r 1100 Fell 
Ahl Martin, waiter, r 3574a, 17th 
Ahlbach Aloysius, mach, r 217a Lexing- 
ton Av 
Ahlbach Joseph, sec and treas Ahlbach 

& Mayer (Inc) r 282 Diamond 
Ahlbach Peter (Ahlbach & Clark) r 43* 

Lyon 
Ahlbach William J, plumber, r 217a 

Lexington Av 
Ahlbach & Clark (Peter Ahlbach and 
George Clark) plumbers, 434 Lyon 
Ahlbach & Mayer (Inc) Charles Mayer 
pres, Joseph Ahlbach sec and treas, 
plumbers, 75 Dorland 
Ahlberg Nels P, tanner, r 1419 Vermont 
Ahlborn Albert R, express, r 23 John- 
ston Av 
Ahlborn August, cook, r 200, 22d 
Ahlborn August W, mach, r 4404, 18th 
fcTAhlborn. See Alborn and Alburn 
Ahlers Amandus W, janitor, r 198 Col- 

lingwood 
Ahlers A W Mrs, groceries, 198 Colling- 

wood 
Ahlers George, r 2978, 21st 
Ahlers George, chemist, r 278 Connec- 
ticut 
Ahlers George J, rigger, r 2978, 21st 
Ahlers Henry, elk. r 817 Florida 
Ahlers Henry, liquors, 948 Fillmore, r 

1690 McAllister 
Ahlers Henry C, jeweler, 1460 Sutter, 

r 1985 Oak 
Ahlers Herman, lab, r 272 Connecticut 
Ahlers William, blksmith, r 278 Con- 
necticut 
*®*Ahlers. See Ehlers 
Ahlert William B, plumber, r 2167 

Ahlf Frederick, cooper Cal Barrel Co, 

r 111 Woolsey 
Ahlf Henry, butcher, 1144, 6th Av South 
Ahlf Henry Jr, lab, r 1144, 6th Av 

South . , , 

Ahlf Herman, carp, r 351, 27th Av 
Ahlf Herman, lab, r 1144, 6th Av South 
Ahlf John, boxmkr, r 1144, 6th Av 

South , „ , . 

Ahlf Richard, lab, r Hunter s Point 
Ahlf Richard C F, bkkpr Sherman, Clay 

& Co, r Oakland 
Ahlgren Charles G, liquors, 247 Steuart, 

r 1277 Page 
Ahlgren Charles W, r 1277 Page 
jtS"Ahlgren. See Algren 



Gorham Rubber Company 

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Ahlin Adolph, 

Bldg 
Ahlin Julius ( 

Ahlin Karl A, master mariner, r 103 

Juniper 
Ahlman Carl, carp, r 455 Anderson 
Ahlman Lauri R, pastor First Finnish 

Evangelical Lutheran Church, r 315b 

1st 
Ahlstrand "William, liquors, 500, 9th 
Ahlstrom E G, master mariner, 82 Mar- 

Ahmann A, master mariner, Ferry Bldg 
Ahnstrom Axel, seaman, r 268 Califor- 
nia Av 
Ahpel Henry C (Henry C Ahpel & Co) 

r 2427 Washington 
AHPEL HERB'S" C CO (Henry C Ahpel) 
general insurance, 305-306 Union 
Trust Bldg 
Ahrancet Simon (Ahrancet & Barrere) 

r 1568 Jackson 
Ahrens A, Mrs widow, r 2306 Market 
Ahrens Annie, widow, r 2913, 19th 
JLHBENS-BUI.LWINEEL CO (G M 
Ahrens and J D Bullwinkel) whol 
wines and liquors, SE cor 1st and 
Harrison, tel Kearny 1898 
Ahrens Carl, r 122 Coso Av 
Ahrens Edwin M, r 4118, 20th 
Ahrens Elizabeth, widow, r 4118, 20th 
Ahrens Etta M Miss, r 4118, 20th 
Ahrens Frederick, laundryman, r 2913, 

19th 
Ahrens Frederick, watchman, r 111 

Coso Av 
Ahrens George M (Ahrens-Bullwinkel 

Co) r 846 Clayton 
Ahrens George N, carrier Postofflce, r 

342 Pierce 
Ahrens H, car repr U RR 
Ahrens Henry, fireman, r 136 Howard 
Ahrens Martin, trunk mkr, r 2913, 19th 
Ahrens N, liquors, 2 Market, r 721 Post 
Ahrens Rudolph, plumber, 1016% Treat 

Av 
Ahrens Walter J, boxmkr, r 1262, 46th Av 
Ahrens Wilken (Mahler & Ahrens) r 

123% Shotweli 
Ahrens William H elk E Carlson, r 651 

Capp 
Ahrens William W, collr, r 4118, 20th 
Ahumada Jose, r 2631 Clay 
Aicardi Onorato A, cabtmkr, 1828 

Steiner, r 301 Pixley Av 
Aich Frederick C, lab, r 1050, 31st Av 

South 
Aich Rudolph, r 2922 Sacramento 
Aicher Gustav A (Aicher Machine Wks) 

r 1650 Stockton 
Aicher Katherine, widow, r 1650 Stock- 
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AICHER MACHINE WORKS 

(G. A. Aicher) general machinists, 
machinery designed and built to or- 
der, veneer products machinery; 
special attention given to moving 
and erecting- machinery 1650-1654 
Stockton, tel Kearny 2505 

Aiekley William C, oil bur 
Hayes, r Oakland 

Aiello Domenico, peddler, r 
man PI 

Aievoli Angelo (G Aievoli 
2121 Webster 

Aievoli G & Bro (G and A) 1 
Webster and 604 Larkin 

Aievoli Giuseppe (G Aievoli & Bro) r 
2121 Webster 

AIGELTINGEB CO, J L Vermiel pres, 
hay, grain and commission, 650-558, 



s, 34S 
Board- 



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3d 
Aigeltinger E, hay, grain and fuel, 1762 

Ellis 
Aigeltinger Ella Miss, r 465, 3d Av 
Aigner Anna, widow, r 914 Illinois 
Aiken A, lithogr, r 550 Natoma 
Aiken Albert C, atty, r 2757 Laguna 
Aiken Arthur J, foreman Valencia Gar- 
age, r 244 Clinton Park 
Aiken Charles S, editor Sunset Maga- 
zine, r Belvedere 
Aiken James H, electn, r 2872, 22d 
Aiken Jane L, widow, r 1262 Valencia 
Aiken Nelson P (Garcia Bros & Aiken) 

r Oakland 
£S°Aiken. See Aitken and Akin 
Aikens Frank, blksmith, r 4540 San 

Bruno Av 
Aikin A G, cashier Nat SS Co, r Berkeley 
Aikins Thomas J, pressman, r 1187, 

16 th Av South 
Ailts Benjamin, r 838 Alabama 
Aine Fred, piano repr, r 44 Juniper 
Ainisman Michel, candies, 703 Golden 

Gate Av, r 711 Golden Gate Av 
Ainsa Lola Miss, r 407 Lombard 
Ainscow Edward, carp, r 137 Gough 
Ainscow Sarah, dressmkr, 1718 Baker 
Ainsley M W Mrs, widow, r 439 Oak 
Ainsley Robert E, steward, r 439 Oak 
Ainsworth Aaron, lab, r 40 Clover 
Ainsworth Albert, mill hand, r 175a 

Corbett Av 
Ainsworth Frances B Mrs, nurse, r 798 

Capp 
Ainsworth Frank K, chief surgeon and 
mgr Hospital Dept S P Co, r Bo- 
hemian Club 
Ainsworth Howard H, elk, r 935 Union 
Ainsworth Howard S, engr St Francis 

Hotel, r 350 Lisbon 
Ainsworth John, mining, r 1356 McAl- 
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Ainsworth Mabel Miss, stenogr Com- 
moners of America, r 798 Capp 
Ainsworth Robert, supt, r 1204 Haight 
Aird James C, boxmkr, r 3573, 16th 
Aird Milton B, lab U RR, r 2604 Brvant 
Airey Henry J, butcher, 2323 Webster,; 

r 2307 Jackson 
Airey Robert, glazier, r 1340 Fell 
Airey William C, engr, r 227 Missouri 
«S"Airey. See Arey 
Airola Andrew (J Molflno & Co) r 1S4 

Vandewater 
Aisanberg Leon, harnessmkr Main- 
Winchester-Stone Co, r Oakland 
Aisten William, brklayer, r 749 Fill- 
more 
Aitchison Arthur, patternmkr, r 1368 

Sanchez 
Aitchison George, lab, r 143 Victoria 
Aitchison Hector. attendant City & 

County Hospital 
Aitchison Mill The (Inc) 3624, 19th 
Aitchison William J, mgr The Aitchison 

Mill (Inc) r Mill Valley 
£r Aitchison. See Acheson, Ackerson, 

Atchinson and Atkinson 
Aitken Albert E, elk, r 380 Waller 
Aitken Alfred E, sheet metal wkr r 

2007 Pine 
Aitken David L, r 3839, 21st 
W 



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Aitken George, i 
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Aitken James, r 2611 Sutter 

Aitken John R (Aitken & Aitken) atty, 

r SE cor Washington and Soruce 
Aitken J P, frght elk str Newport 
Aitken Julian M, laundryman, r 429 

Hickory Av 
Aitken Kate S, widow, r 617 Oak 
Aitken Samuel, asst foreman press- 
room TJ S Mint, r Berkeley 
Aitken William C. mill hand, r 2165 

Howard 
AITKEN & AITKEN (F W and J R 
Aitken) attys-at-law. 997 Monadnock 
Bldg 
£3TAitken. See Aiken and Akin 
Aitkenhead A, shoemkr, r 1406 Guer- 
rero 
Aiton Wensley T, carp, r 535 Alvarado 
Aizenherg Max, opr A Mueller, r 1511 

O'Farrell 
Ajax Brass & Iron Works, 47 Clemen- 
tina 
Akard Door Opener Co The, Haneher & 

Stiller proprs, 4167a. 20th 
Ake Millard F, plasterer, r 995 Hark- 

ness Av 
Aker Christopher, bakery, 1794 Haight 
Aker Wiliam, plater, r 158, 20th Av 
*S"Aker. See Acker 
Akerhielm Caroline, widow, r 71 Bros- 

nan 
Akerly Samuel, r lib Railway Av 
Akerman Charles H, pressman, r 3812 

Army 
£S* Akerman. See Ackerman and Acker- 

mann 
Akers Charles D, weigher U S Mint, r 

Berkeley 
Akers Edwin W, elk Postofflce, r 1906 

Fulton 
4S"Akers. See Acres 

Akey Terrie Miss, dressmkg, 403 Pierce 
Akin Stanley, carp, r 5 Winfleld Av 
Akin T M, insp Nat Cash Register Co, 

r Page Hotel 
Akins George, carp, r 211 Gough 
Akins Samuel L, buyer, r 303 Church 
Akins William, r 2165 Howard 
Akmann Christina, widow, r 4142, 17th 
Akmann William H, with W & J Sloane, 
r 61 Dame 



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Akridge L, stev, r 23 Clementina 
Akrimovich Vincent, cement wkr, r b., 

Alad°no Pisani, fruits, r 2064 Pine 
Aladino Umberto, fruits, r 2064 Fine 
Uamaida William, liquors, 2300 Gearj 
ALAMEDA COMPANY, Julius A Lands- 
berger pres, Frederick Maurer sec, 
108 Front 
Alameda Joseph, stev, r .14 Douglas 
Alameda Manuel, r 2655 San Jose A v 
Alameda Mary Mrs, groceries, 2655 ban 

Jose Av 
ALAMEDA STJGAB CO (Alvarado, Call 
J L Howard pres, J G Whittington 
sec, 268 Market 
£W Alameda. See Almada r 

Alamo Square, bet Hayes and Fulton. 

Steiner and Scott 
Alamo The Apartments, 573 .Scott 
Alaska Boundary Survey United btates, 

580 Washington 
ALASKA CODFISH CO, Alfred Greene- 
baum pres, M C Whyte sec, whol 
cured codfish, 10-12 Main 
ALASKA COMMERCIAL BUILDING, 

NE cor California and Sansome 
ALASKA COMMERCIAL CO, 310 San- 
some . T . . 
Alaska Fisherman's Protective union, 

93 Steuart 

Alaska Marble Co, Shreve Bldg 

Uaska Mexican Gold Mining Co H H 

Taylor pres, F A Hammersmith sec, 

256-257 Mills Bldg „,„_ „„ w 

ALASKA PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO, W 

D Wells genl frt and pass agt, Steu- 

ALASKA ACKERS' ASSOCIATION 
Henrv F Fortmann pres, C W Doi r 
vice pres, William Timson sec, 
Wells, Fargo & Co Bldg, 2d cor Mis- 
Alaska Salmon Co 112 Market 
ALASKA TBEADWELL GOLD MIN- 
ING CO, H H Taylor pres, F A Ham- 
mersmith sec and treas, 256-257 ] 

ALASKA UNITED GOLD MINING 

CO, H H Taylor pres, F A Hammer- 
smith sec, 256-257 Mills Bldg 
Alazono John, lab, r 14 8 Schwerin 
Alba M, cook S P Co, Ferry Bldg 
Alba M D, musician, r 3044% bacra- 

mento 
tf5p"Albach. See Ahlbach 
Albani Michael, lab. r 1219 Kearny 

ALBANY BREWERY 

Hag-emann Brewing' Co proprs, 409- 
415, 8th, tel Park 190 

Albasei Camelio, liquors, (20 Montgom- 

AlbaVio Camillo, liquors, 604 Broadway 
Albee Edmund F, ship joiner, r 709% 

Buchanan ^ 

Albee Lincoln, teamster, r Prague nr 

Albee Matthew W, mach, r 709% Bu- 
chanan 
Albee Myrtle Mrs, r 6 Norton PI 
Albee Ward, miner, r 6 Norton PI 
Albein Emil, decorator, r 838 North 

Alber'Emil, electn. r 242 Chattanooga 
Alberesi Rafael, driver, r 372 Union 
Alberg John J (H B & S Special Deliv- 
ery) r 912a Alabama 
SW Alberg. See Elberg 
Alberger A P, valet, r 1590 Post 
Alberger Charles R. r 1203 Devisadero 
Alberger David, r 1864 Golden Gate Av 
Alberger William C, consulting engr, r 

1203 Devisadero 
Alberigi Abel, mattress mkr, r 1120 

Alberigi Demetrio, driver, r 2208 Filbert 




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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

Alberigi Giuseppe, lab, r 1294 Green " 
Alberigi Peter, wood and coal, i»-»- 

Union, r 1932 Union 
Alberigi R. driver, r 370 Union 
Alberigi Silvio, elk P Alberigi, r 1932 

Alber n s°Henry B, lab, r 787 Arkansas 
Albers Herman (Albers & Husing) r 

Albers 8 John, groceries, 2400 Washing- 

Albers Joseph, stev. 300 Setuart 

Albers Joseph R, master mariner, r i , ■> 

Mission . . t»„-v, 

Albers William R, musician r 2818 Busn 
Albers & Husing (Herman Albers and 

Richard Husing), hay and gram, 24U3 

Bush 
jtarAlbers. See Alpers 
Albert Agnes T Mrs, r 4316, 25th 
Albert Alfred, r 725 San Jose Av 
Albert Carl, liquors. 1300 Hayes, r 136 1 a 

Albert Caesar, mach S P Co, r 514 Mu- 
nich __ . ,, . , 
Albert Charles, bartndr, r 514 Munich 
Albert Charles, musician, r 334 Elizabeth 
Albert Edward, r 541 Athens 
Albert Fred, lab, r 514 Munich 
Albert G Mrs. widow, r 941 Hayes 
Albert Hermann, wood and coal. 1765 

Waller . _ 

Albert Hyman. glazier, r 44 Bronte 
Albert James E, mach. r 4316, 25th 
Albert James E Jr. mach, r 4316 25th 
Albert John J, tailor, r 1904% Golden 

Gate Av 
Albert Joseph, harness mkr, r lii 1 
Howard ._ , _ , . 

Albert Morris, mach Merle Ornamental 

Iron and Bronze Co, r Colma 
Albert Pike Memorial Temple, 1S59 

Geary _ 

Albertazzi A, liquors, 118 Texas 
ALBERTI DOMENICO A, dentist. 2014 
Fillmore, tel West 669, r 463, 4th Av 
Alberti Francesco, piano tuner. 2014 

Fillmore, r 463, 4th Av 
Alberti Frank J, bkkpr Atlas Assurance 

Co, r Berkeley 
Alberti George F. with Atlas Assurance 

Co, r 45 Beaver 
Alberti Lawrence B. elk California Saw 

Wks, r 1031 Broderick 
Albertoni J, mach, r 40 Laskie 
Alberts A, r 2378 Market 
Alberts Charles, master mariner, r 16% 

Alberts ry H, sugarwkr. r 631 Wisconsin 
Alberts Harry T, hostler, r 26b, 11th 
Alberts Leo, ironwkr, r 616 Haight 
Alberts Louis, carp, r 235 Collingwood 
Albertson Bushrod K, contr, 522 Octavia, 
r 1530, 48th Av 



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r 27 Belmont Av 
Albertson Flora E, widow, r Yorke Hotel 
Albertson George A, carp, r 436 Capitol 
Albertus John, pres Universal Co-opera- 
tive Brotherhood, r 727 Hayes 
Albin John N, bartndr W E Beck, r 

213iy 2 O'Parrell 
Albin Louis, r 2618, 22d 
Albin Louis E, foreman, r 232 Haight 
Albini Mary Mrs, r 1121 Pierce 
ALBION ALE AND PORTER BREW- 
ERY, Burnell & Co, proprs, Hunter's 
Point, office 1009 Golden Gate Av, 
tel Park 548 
Albion Apartments, 108 Albion Av 
Albitz Joseph, mach, r 431, 14th 
Albora Rudolph, elk Tax Collr, r 305 

Lombard 
Alborell T L, angr R S Chapman, r 

Oakland 
ItjrAlborn. See Ahlborn and Alburn 
Albouze Dorah Mrs, propr The Tur- 
quoise, r 114 "Welsh 
Albouze Marie Mrs, laundress D Esta- 

caille, r 1631 Haight 
Albrecht Adam A, waiter, r 1917 Stock- 
ton 
Albrecht Alfred, electn, r 1716 Steiner 
Albrecht Edward J, barber, 2013 Fol- 

som 
Albrecht Eliza, widow, r 2415, 18th 
Albrecht Francis P, elk Baker & Ham- 
ilton, r 1941 Webster 
Albrecht Franklin J, master mariner, 

Ferry Bldg 
Albrecht Fred (Albrecht & Son) r 34 

Norfolk 
Albrecht Fred, gas fitter, r 1019 Ellis 
Albrecht Fred Jr (Albrecht & Son) r 34 

Norfolk 
Albrecht Frederick W, teamster, r 3629 

17th 
Albrecht Fritz, lab, r 42 Latona 
Albrecht George F, boxmkr, r 2711, 20th 
Albrecht Harry, barber, r 115 Eugenia 

Av 
Albrecht Henry, r 3629, 17th 
Albrecht Henry C, painter, 1714 Turk, 

r 1343 Pierce 
Albrecht Herman O, bkkpr Paul Elder 

& Co, r 1822 Fell 
Albrecht James W, polisher, r 338 Girard 
Albrecht Joseph, cornicemkr, r 2415, 18th 
Albrecht J P, brewer, r 32% Belcher 
Albrecht Louis F, roofer, r 2415, 18th 
Albrecht Michael, expressman, r 338 Gi- 
rard 
Albrecht Reinhold, barber, r 49 Lapidge 
Albrecht Richard, insp, r 3629, 17th 
Albrecht Wallace C, plumber, r 1019 

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Albrethsen John, watchman str Rose 
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Albright Elizabeth, stewardess str Mon- 
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Albright G W F, sawyer, r 2711, 20th 

Albright Henrietta M Mrs, adjuster U S 
Mint, r Alameda 

Albright Henry, painter, r 1343 Pierce 

Albright John, lather, r 621 Octavia 

Albright Seawell, elk, r 462 Walnut 

Albright Una S, widow, r 401 Connecti- 
cut 

«^-AIbright. See Allbright 

Albro John P, elk U S Customs, r 17 
Jordan Av 

Albuny F G, r 828 Treat Av 

Alburn Bert L (Alburn & Leahy) r 2580 
Mission 

Alburn & Leahy (B L Alburn and T R 
Leahy) nickelodeons, 2573, 2614 and 
2692 Mission 

ita-Alburn. See Alborn and Ahlborn 

Alcalay Jacob, r 133 Pierce 

Alcamisy Frank, plasterer, r 190 Mon- 
tana 

Alcayaga Alfred A, mach, r 210 Surrey 

Alcazar Theater, S W cor Sutter and 
Steiner 

Alcetegaray Cyprien (Bouche & Alcete- 
garay) r 1171 McAllister 

Alciata F, lab, r 18 Vallejo 

Alcouffe Celestin, tanner Legallet-Hell- 
wig Tanning Co 

Alcouffe Gabriel, tanner Legallet-Hell- 
wig Tanning Co 

Aldacosia Raphael J, barber, 598 Folsom 

ALDEN B P, physician, 86 Post, r 1071 
Page 

Alden Charles, engr, r 1508 Kentucky 

Alden Charles, lab, r 4348, 18th 

Alden Charles H, draftsman Howard & 
Galloway, r Berkeley 

Alden Ernest, messgr Dist Atty, r 1645 
Buchanan 

Alden Henry A, plumber, r 410 Broder- 
ick 

Alden Herbert O, draftsman Smith 
O'Brien, r 4509, 18th 

Alden Oliver, solr, r 4509, 18th 

Alden Samuel B, special policeman, r 
1620 Hayes 

Alden Samuel E, salesman Marshall- 
Newell Supply Co, r 1620 Hayes 

Alden S Frank, mfrs agt, 2386 Green 

Alden The Apartments, 1645 Buchanan 

Alder C C, elk Postoffice, r 1334 Stock- 
ton 

Alder John W, mach, r 1620 Hayes 

Aldera John, lab, r 4308, 21st 

Alderson Annie Mrs, teacher Pub 
Schools, r 937 Ashbury 

Alderson F L, vice-pres Tayler & Spots- 
wood Co, r Berkeley 

ALDERSON HABEY E, physician, 1016 
Shreve Bldg, tel Douglas 1897, hours 
12 to 1 and 3 to 5 p m, r 937 Ashbury, 
tel Park 461 

Alderson John A, real estate agt, r 1712 
Turk 

Alderson John B, with Morton L Cook, 
r 39 Lyon 

Alderson John W, dentist, 2202 Fillmore 

Aldine Oil Co, Crocker Bldg 

Aiding William, lab, r 75a Pearl 

Aldis Alice, widow, r 144 Belvedere 

Aldo Gustaf, painter, r 9 Hardy 

Aldrich E R, elk quartermaster dept U 
S A, r Oakland 

Aldrich Frederick D, r 1229% Filbert 

Aldrich John M, elev opr, r 147 San Car- 



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Aldrich Louis Mrs, widow, r 2322 Clay 
Aldrich Mfg Co, silver ware, 712 Polk 
Aldrich Ralph N, elk S P Co, r 1229 V 2 

Filbert 
Aldrich Raymond, waiter, r 315 Chenery 
Aldrich Stuart, supt Money Order Oivi- 

sion Postoffice, r Berkeley 



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Aldrich William F, traffic mgr Goldberg, 
Bower, & Co. r 116 De Long Av 

Aldrich William F, vice-pres Globe Sheet 
Metals Wks, r 2322 Clay 

Aldridge D, mtrman U RR, r 811 <-en- 

Aldridge Letitia, nurse, r 3598 Sacra- 
mento 
Aleck Samuel, lab, r 67, 18th 
Aleere M Albert, r 129 Dore 
X efseaff Frederick, lab, r 959 Kansas 
Meri , James H, elk Langley & Michaels 

Co, r 1164 O'Farrell 
Alert Company (Inc) liquors, 1934 Fill- 
more _, 
Uesandro John lab, r lb Fargo reai 
Alessandri George (Benetti & Alessan- 

dri) r 526 Broadway . 

Alessio Giuseppe, baker, r 470 Union 
Alessio Louis (The Avenue Tailors) r 

1340 Grant Av 
Aleverti John, lab, r 214 Co lingwood 
Alexander W, barber, 624, 3d, r 574, 3d 
Alexander Abraham A, pressman, r 5-. 

Connecticut 
Alexander Abraham S, organizer, r 4628 

Alexander Acheson, elk, r 254 Central 
Alexander Albert, pressman, r 527 Con- 
Alexander Alfred H, mattressmkr, r 3981 
18th , , ,,,,„ 

Alexander Andrew, ship carp, r 345ba 

17th „ r „ ... , 

Alexander Ann, widow, r 751, 7th A\ 
Alexander Archibald M, cormcemkr, r 

719 Turk , . 

Alexander Archibald M, salesman An- 
glo-Am C & G Co, r 1538 Sterner 
Ueiander Augusta M Miss, with Bank 

of California, r Berkeley 

ALEXANDER BERNARD T, treas Plant 

Rubber & Supply Company, r 30<!1 

Washington „, 

Alexander Brick and Terra Cotta Co, 693 

Alexander" Cafe and Oyster Grill (Inc) 

19 Grant Av „ 

Alexander Center G, carpet layer, r 2Zt>8 

Alexander Charles F, housesmith, r 3983 

18th . -m- D 

Alexander Charles M, salesman W P 

Fuller & Co, r Alameda 
Alexander Charles O Mrs, r 3075 Call- 

forni?-. 
Alexander Clifford, bartndr, r 300 Iowa 
Alexander Daniel B (Alexander & O Don- 

nell) atty, r 65S Oak 
Alexander E, stenogr S P Co. r 700 Jones 
Alexander Earle, salesman Mergenthaler 

Lino Co. r 1434 Jones 
Alexander Edna Mrs, candies, 4143, 19th. 

Alexander Edward A, elk H B Arnold, 

r 426, 22d Av 
Alexander Edwin C. asst foreman The 

Call, r 218 Elm Av 
Alexander Elizabeth, widow, r 32 Cle- 
ment „ _ T 
Alexander Ernest (Alexander & New- 

som) r 4 45 Octavia _ 

Alexander Ernest R, bkkpr The Anglo- 
California Bank, r 2015 Oak 
Alexander Eugenia Mrs, r 2122 Filbert 
Alexander Evelyn Miss, r 3894. 17th 
Alexander E W, oculist, 2409 Fillmore 
Alexander Ezekiel, master str State or 

California __ „ 

Alexander F J, elk S N Wood & Co, r 

Hotel Congress 
Alexander Francis M, liquors. 3480. 25th 
Alexander Frank A, mining, r 1467 

Alexander 6 G A. elk Superior Ct Dept 8 
Alexander George, salesman, r 1551 J_a- 



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Alexander George, stev, r 1557 Treat 
Alexander George A, sec Alexande 

Alexander George L.mgr American Typ 
Foundry Co, r Nordhoff ■Hotel 

Alexander George M, elk, r 3894 ,1/th 

Alexander George P, mgr Alexander Pipe 
Co, r Alameda 

Alexander George W, tailor, r 173 coi- 

Alexande/George Webb Mrs, press Alex- 
ander Tost Co, r 32 Clement 

Alexander Gertrude, widow, r 3993, 17tn 

Alexander Gertrude Mrs, lodgings, 40% 
Mint Av ..,. raV . 

Alexander Golda, widow, r 19.0 Lan 

Alexander Grant Y, elk Real Estate and 
Dev Co, r 316 Connecticut 

Alexander G W, real estate, 26 Mont- 
gomery, r Berkeley 

Alexander Harry (Alexander & Danzi- 
ger) r 3476 Clay . 

Alexander Harry, barber, r 627 Vallejo 

Alexander Harry G, horseshoer J J Can- 
avan. r 1015 Ellis 

Alexander Henrietta, widow, r 1S80 but- 

AlexaWr H H, painter, r 2319 Green- 
Alexander Horace, teamster, r 3147. 17th 
Alexander Horace M, mgr American 

Printing Co, r 717 Franklin 
Alexander Howard J, dep Co Clk, r 112 

Fair Oaks ■ 

Alexander Isaac S, cigars, 320 Bush, l 

2651 Pierce - . 

Alexander Isador, salesman, r 2834 Lal- 

Alexander James, salesman, r 3476 Clay 
Alexander James D. r 5 10 Andov er Av 
Alexander James J, lab, r 815 Jules A\ 
Alexander James J, salesman W Freer, 

r 717 Market 
Alexander Jane Mrs. r 2507 Pine 
Alexander Jay. carp, r 1743 Pim 
Alexander Jennie L Miss, elk Pae Imp 

Co, r 95 Scott 
Alexander Jesse, r 32 Clement 
Alexander Jesse J, cigars, 1662 LUis, i 

2651 Pierce ... 

Alexander Jesse R, bkkpr, r 1431 Mc- 
Allister T31,l„ ,. 

Alexander Jewel, atty, Mills Bldg, i 

1015 Van Ness Av 
Alexander J F Mrs, widow, r 1688 Post 
Alexander John, carpet layer, r ^OJS 

19th Av 
Alexander John, elk, r 2049 15th 
Alexander John, cond U RR, r l ■ ua 

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Alexander John E. conveyancer Land 

Dept S P Co, r Hotel Balboa 
Alexander John E, supt St. Francis Ho- 
tel, r 47 Palm Av 
Alexander John R, plumber, r 4215, 23d 
Alexander Joseph (Alexander & Erde- 

latz) r 1312 Page 
Alexander Joseph (Charles Keilus & Co) 

r 2311 Broadway 
Alexander Joseph, bootblk, r 294 Guer- 
rero 
Alexander Joseph, carp, r 751, 7th Av 
Alexander Joseph, liquors, r 750a 8th Ay 
Alexander Joseph, siev, 300 Steuart 

ALEXANDER L. & M. & CO. 

(Leo E. and Michael S. Alexander) 
ag-ts, L. C. Smith & Bros, visible type- 
writer, typewriters' supplies, desks 
and chairs, 512 Market, tel Douaias 
2157 
Alexander L A, r 1400 Jones 
Alexander Laurence, mtrman U RR, r 

143 San Jose Av 
Alexander L E, driver, r 77 Lapidge 
Alexander Lena, widow, r 181 Corbett 

Av 
Alexander Leo E (L & M Alexander & 

Co) r 1528 Sutter 
Alexander Linden, plumber, r 84 Virgil 
Alexander Loren, draftsman Pelton Wa- 
ter Wheel Co, r 656 Oak 
Alexander Louis, lab, r 129 Welsh 
Alexander Louis L, salesman White 

House, r 2223 Sutter 
Alexander Louis M, liquors. 93 Cowden 
Alexander L P, cigars, 861 Kearnv, r 

1331 Powell 
Alexander M A Mrs. liquors. 2848 Baker 
Alexander Manuel J, electn, r 1311, 7th 

Av 
Alexander Martin P, plumber, r 3981 

18th 
Alexander Mary Miss, r 240 Randolph 
Alexander Mary J, widow, r 1557 Treat 

Av 
Alexander Mary L, widow, r 1S18, 11th 

Av 
Alexander Maternity Cottage, 3700 Cali- 
fornia 
Alexander Matthew, stev, r 1314, 7th Av 

South 
Alexander Max, r 4143, 19th 
Alexander Michael S (L & M Alexander 

& Co) r 1528 Sutter 
Alexander Milton O, r 1920 California 
Alexander M R, r 1467 O'Farrell 
Alexander N Clay, mtrman U RR r 

1605 Turk ' 

Alexander Nikl, lab. r 134 Raymond Av 
Alexander Oscar R, elk Assessor, r 1920 

California 
Alexander Paul C, physician, 1059 O'Par- 
rel l, r 3118 Sacramento ' 



I £* J Office «nd Works 

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Alexander Pipe Co, 

Howard 

Alexander P W, elk Hale Bros (Inc) r 
Berkeley 

Rae Miss, prin Parental 
r 3476 Clay 
Richard G, electn, r 1957 



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021 Wash- 
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Alexander Robert, lab, r 1585 Post 

Alexander Robert J, salesman Eagleson 
Hawkins Co, r 254 Central Av 

Alexander Rosie, widow, r 2404 Green- 
wich 

Alexander Selina Miss, r 1717 Webster 

Alexander S M, cond U RR, r 2255 San 
Jose Av 

Alexander Sophia, widow, r ; 
ington 

Alexander T G, whseman 
Bulkley & Co. r Oakland 

Alexander Thomas, lab, r 710 Point Lo- 
bos Av 

Alexander Thomas, men's clothing 1083 
Market, r 49 Langton 

Alexander Thomas, teamster, r 402 Rus- 
sia Av 

Alexander Thomas N, elk Toyo Kisen 
Kaisha, r Berkeley 

Alexander Tina, widow, r 10 Sunny Ct 

Wallace M, vice-pres Alex- 
Baldwin Ltd, r Piedmont 

driver, r 77 Lapidge 



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tailor, r 10 Sunny Ct 



Alexand 
ande 
Alexander Walte 
Alexander William, 
Alexander William 

Allister 
Alexander William, 

4th 
Alexander William, 

Alexander William J, liquors. 413, 43d Av 
Alexander William L, with Alexander & 

Baldwin Ltd, r Berkeley 
Alexander W S, cashier U S Fidelity and 

Guaranty Co. r Colonial Hotel 
ALEXANDER-YOST CO, Mrs G W 
Alexander pres, hardware, 560 Mar- 
ket and 1324 Polk 
ALEXANDER & BALD-WIN, LTD, H P 
Baldwin pres, W O Smith sec, ship- 
ping and commission merchants, 
Alaska Commercial Rids, 310 Sansome 
Alexander & Danziger (H Alexander and 
Danziger) mfrs clothing. 239-241 
Bush 
Alexander & Erdclatz (J Alexander and 

J Erdelatz) liquors, 770, 2d 
Alexander & Newsom (E Alexander and 

J B Newsom) liquors, 13 Steuart 
ALEXANDER & O'DOTOELL (D E 
Alexander and John O'Uonnell) attor- 
neys-at-law, 845 Pacific Bldg 
Alexandra Jeweler, 1495 Van Ness Av 

cor Pine 
Alexandre J. agt, r 1622 Buchanan 
Alexandre Louis P. r 1331 Powell 
Alexandrian Herbert (Alexandrian Oha- 

man Co) r 2477 Sacramento 
Alexandrian Ohanian Co, rugs 2477 Sac- 
ramento 
Alexich Gregory, salesman Ivancovich 
Trobock & Bergen Co, r 1150 Wash- 
ington 
Alexich Serguis, r 1150 Washington 
Alexiff Fred, driller, r 2000, 18th 
Alexius Henry, carp, r 222 V 2 Winfield Av 
ALFALFA FARMS CO, 403 Monadnock 

Bldg, tel .Douglas 2188 
AHVritz Geo C & Co (G C. H and Mrs 
S Alferitz) wool commission, 628 
Montgomery 
Alferitz George C (Geo C Alferitz & 

Co) r San Rafael 
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Alfert Anton (Beckman & Alfert) r 1858 

Hayes 
Alfier Stifer, lab, r 723 Green 
Alflere Addie, widow, r 43 Persia Av 
Alfonso Joseph H, teacher languages, 

r 1131 O'Parrell 
Alford Ernest E, r 1603 Golden Gate Av 
Alford George, teamster, r 420 Dolores 
Alford Thomas P, asst supt Met Life 

Ins Co, r 125 Moss Av 
Alfs Bernard F, salesman Associated Oil 

Co, r 921 Eddy 
Alfs P J, elk S P Co, r Alameda 
Alfs William (Naber Alfs & Brune) r 

Alameda 
Algar Anna G Mrs, r 1308% Devisadero 
Alge L, brklayer, r 317, 3d 
Alger Margaret, widow, r 663 Minna 
Alger O E, engr S P Co, r Burlingame 
Algheri T, stonegrinder, r 1185 Mont- 
gomery 
Algren August A, blksmith, r 1288 Treat 

Av 

Algren Charles, printer, r 1288 Treat Av 
Algren John, carp, r 2717 Harrison 
Algren Louis, r 1216 Fulton 
Algren Mary, widow, r 1288 Treat Av 
Algren Robert, plumber, r 705 Clayton 
Algren William W, marine engr, 45 Steu- 

art 

(tr'Algren. See Ahlgren 
Alhambra Natural Mineral Water Co, 

340 Fell 
Aliamus Gustave, driver, r 139 Crescent 

Av 
Alice Hollman Memorial Church, W s 

Paris nr China Av 
Alila Land Co, A E Ladewig sec, 111 

Montgomery 
Alioto Giuseppe (International Fish Co) 

r 425 Green 
Alisandro John, plasterer, r 93S Green- 
wich 

Alison Belle, widow, r 1733 Oak 
Alison Lester A, embalmer Valente, Ma- 

rini, Marais & Co, r 649 Green 
Alison William H, supt P C SS Co, pier 

9. r 2010 Pierce 
4'TAlison. See Allison and Ellison 
Alitskv F. driller, r 600, 20th 
Alkalav Betty, widow, r 44% Rondel PI 
Alkalay Helen W Miss, stenogr C H J 

Truman, r 44% Rondel PI 
Alkalav Leopold J, diamond setter, 704 

Market, r 36 Hartford 
Alkendorf Mary Mrs, r 348 Shotwell 
All Saints' Church (Episcopal) Rev W 
E Haves pastor. Waller nr Masonic 
Av 
Allan" John R, mach U I Works Co, r 

1526, 19th Av 
Allagora Mary, widow, r 1659, 2d Av 

South 
ALLAH DRY GOODS CO, R F Allan 
pres, dry goods, 501-505 Clement, tel 
West 1489 

Allan Harry C, elk De Laveagae & Ma- 
gee, r 211 Winfield Av 
Allan H T. oiler Mutual Elec L Co, r 

1424 Valencia 
Allan J C, stockkpr Pac Coast Paper Co, 

r Oakland 
Allan James (Knierr & Allan) r 1735 

18th Av South 
Allan Marion Miss, r 2507 Pine 
Allan Mary R, widow, r 885 Castro 
Allan Michael G. lab, r 517 Vienna 
Allan Robert E. bkkpr, r 1516 Castro 
Allan Robert F, pres Allan Dry Goods 

Co, r 245, 10th Av 
Allan Robert I, millwright, r 211 Win- 
field Av 
Allan Susannah, widow, r 2771 Folsom 
Allan The. furnished rooms, 411 Eddy 
Allan Thomas A. atty, Merchants Ex- 
change Bldg, r 54a Carl 
Allan Thomas M, steam fitter, r 3271 
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Allan Wallace, messgr Call, r 2771 Fol- 
som 

Allan William, surgeon str City of Para 

Allan William L, searcher tax collr, r 
2359 Union 

iSTAllan. See Allen, Allin and Allyne 

Allanson John, mach U I Works Co, r 
102 Woolsey 

Allard Delno D, salesman Haberfelde 
Furniture Co, r 3521, 20th 

Allard John, insp, r 2600 Lombard 

Allard William, cabtmkr, r 67 Lloyd 

ItS^Allard. See Ellard 

Allardt Charles F (W M Jenkins Ma- 
chine Wks, r Oakland 

Allardyce A M, bkkpr S F Gas & Elec 
Co, r 2961 Jackson 

Allardyce Charles A, engraver Hammer- 
smith & Co, r Alameda 

Allardyce Charlotte Miss, nurse, r 1345 
Page 

Allardyce Jane, widow, r 1345 Page 

Allari Hermann, butcher, r 2968 Bush 

Allari Joseph, waiter, r 538, 4th 

Allari Louis, restaurant, 538. 4th. r 2 
Verona PI 

Allatore William, barber, r 720 Peralta 
Av 

Allbright Robert, coremkr. r 3165, 16th 

j£3TAllbright. See Albright 

Allcutt G P, bkkpr Geo H Tay Co, r 
Stege „, ™ 

Alldack Frederick, bartndr, r 31 Ire- 
mont Av 

Alldredge Fred Melvin, elk S P Co, r 
Alameda 

ALLEC J., NEW PARISIAN 

Dyeing- and Cleaning- Works (Inc) 
main office and works 2140-2164 Fol- 
som, tel Market 406, branches 2310 
Fillmore nr Clay, 1554 Fillmore nr 
Geary, 1122 Van Ness Av nr Geary, 
Grant Av nr Sutter, 2509 Mission nr 
Wigwam Theatre, Oakland office 1245 
Broadway, tel Oakland 7711 
ALLEC JEAN, pres and mgr New Pari- 
sian Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 
2140-2164 Folsom, tel Market 406 
Allegaert Charles, carp, r 2730, 20th 
Allegaert Emil, teamster Hart-Wood 

Lumber Co 
Allegaert Leo. tile setter, r 2730, 20th 
Alleghanv Mining Co. 251 Kearny 
Allegria L, elk Pac Exp Co, r Oakland 
Allegrine Rafael, liquors, 433 Broadway, 

r 170 Wood 
Allegue Morris, with Poetsch & Peter- 
son, r 210. 4th 
Alleman F. blksmith Pac Tel & Tel Co, r 

11 Castro 
Allemand Elie. groceries. 2130, 23d, r 



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Allemann Charles, groceries, 520, 3d^Av 
4®"Allemann. See Allman and Almon 
Allen A Mrs, r 1797 McAllister 
Allen Ada H, widow, r 1357 Geary 
Allen Addie, widow, r 107 Collins 
Allen A J Mrs, r 1698 Green 
Allen Albert, barber, r 876 Grove 
Allen Albert J, veterinary U RR, r 1105 

Guerrero 
Allen Alexander, elk, r 53 Palm Av 
Allen Alma C, widow, r 2393 % Howard 
Allen Alston C, elk S P Co, r 709 Shrad- 

er 
Allen Alvak R, house mover, r 272 Har- 
riet 
Allen Amelia L, widow, r 1911 Green 
Allen Amos G. elk H A McCall, r 151 

Brighton Av 
Allen Andrew, ironwkr, r 300 Railroad 



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Allen Andrew C, elk Uhl Bros, 

Pennsylvania Av 
Allen Anna F Mrs, r 1762c Turk 
Allen Anthonv. stev, r 316 Pixley Av 
Allen Archibald P, carp ,r 698 Lisbon 
Allen Arthur, carp, r 424 Oak 
Allen Arthur, carp, r 146 De Long Av 
Allen Arthur, electn, r 2200 Point Lobos 

Av 
Allen Arthur W, pres Union Cornice 

Wks. r Alameda 
Allen Austin S, publisher, r 709 Shrader 
Allen Bert W, carp, r 1409 Castro 
Allen Bird, elk, r 130a Harriet 
Allen C, lumberman, 756 Harrison 
Allen C A, r 1719 O'Farrell 
Allen Carl A, r 1051 Fell 
Allen Charles, electn, r 412 Mississippi 
Allen Charles A, steam fitter, r 1044 

Mississippi 
Allen Charles D, with Cal Title Ins & 

Trust Co, r Berkeley 
Allen Charles E. master mariner, r 597c 

Dolores 
Allen Charles F, carbldr S P Co, r 618 

Guerrero 
Allen Charles G. liquors. 685 Sacra- 
mento, r 618 Sacramento 
Allen Charles L, elk. r 2851 Clay 
Allen Charles M, lab, r 225, 3d 
Allen Charles M, opr, r 2200 Point Lobos 

Av 
Allen Charles P. chauffeur, r 1015 Fell 
ALLEN CHARLES R CO, coal, Broad- 
way Wharf, Oakland 
Allen Charles W, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 618 Guerrero 
Allen C, artist, r 326 K 
Allen C P. bartndr. r 284, 10th 
Allen C W, r 160 Eddy 
Allen Daniel A, foreman Glenn Teaming 

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Allen Darwin A, comp C A Murdock & 

Co, r 1911 Green 
Allen David H, r 2112 Steiner 
Allen Delno D, salesman, r 800 A 
Allen E C. ticket collr A T & S F Ry, 

Ferry Bldg, r Oakland 
Allen Edith, adjuster U S Mint, r 2112 

Steiner 
Allen Edward (Rhee & Allen) r 632 La- 

guna 
Allen Edward, bartndr, r 2699 Howard 
Allen Edward, car repr S P Co, r 2014 

18th 
Allen Edward, elk Pope & Talbot, r 3017 

Clement 
Allen Edward, teamster, r 117 Gilbert 
Allen Edward Rev S J. vice-pres St Ig- 
natius College, r 2211 Hayes 
Allen Edward M, electn, r 2200 Point 

Lobos Av 
Allen Edward O, atty, Union Trust Bldg, 

r San Rafael 
Allen Edward T, capitalist, 609 Monad- 
nock Bldg, r Sonoma, Cal 
Allen Edwin, messgr Harron Rickard & 

McCone, r 814 Corbett Av 
Allen E L, teamster Sutro Baths, r 1 

Ocean Ter 
Allen Eleonora F Mrs, pres Wiley B Al- 
len Co, r 3320, 21st 
Allen Elizabeth, widow, r 418 Harriet 
Allen Elizabeth Miss, nurse, r 326 Hayes 
Allen Eilen Mrs, r 1207 Montgomery 
Allen Ernest, piano polisher, r 1255, 47th 

Av 
Allen Ethan, lab, r 381, 7th 
Allen Ethan, solr Met Light & Power 

Co, r 2200 Point Lobos Av 
Allen Ethan A, teamster Owl Transfer 

Co, r 2000 Lombard 
Allen Ethan R, carp, r 650 Lisbon 
Allen Everett A, plumber, 326 K 
Allen Francis F, collr, r 3*00 Washing- 
ton 
Allen Frank, r 517 Mt Vernon Av 
Allen Frank, waiter, r 1190 Turk 
Allen Frank A, watchman, r 4575, 18th 
Allen Frank E, engr str Gold 
Allen Frank H, elk Pope & Talbot, r 

SW cor Clay and Walnut 
Allen Frank H. asst mgr Jos Dixon Cru- 
cible Co, r Oakland 
Allen Frank P, laundry driver, r 3017 

Clement 
Allen Frank P, elk Langley & Michaels 

Co, 
Allen Frank W, drugs, 1439 Kentucky 
Allen Frank W, liquors, r 4176, 20th 
Allen Fred, packer Levi Strauss & Co, 

r 3592 California 
Allen Fred M, mach S P Co. r San Bruno 
Allen Frederick, elk, r 70 Felton 
Allen Frederick W, groceries, 148 Dun- 
can 
Allen Frederick W, supt U RR, r Bur- 

lingame 
Allen F S, salesman Norton, Teller & 

Co, r Palo Alto 
Allen George, waiter, r 74 Lobos 
Allen George A, master mariner, Mis- 
sion St Bulkhead 
Allen George B, dispatcher U RR, r 885 

Castro 
Allen George E, salesman, r 849 Bu- 
chanan 
Allen George H, elk. r 114 Devisadero 
Allen George L, roofer, r 1319, 5th Av 
Allen George W, painter, r 2469 Pacific 

Av 
Allen Gilbert P, carp, r 130a Harriet 
Allen Glenn, r 1972 Post 
Allen Gustave, lab, r 751% Webster 
Allen Harris S, r 955 Clayton 
Allen Harry, r 581 Castro 
Allen Harry, janitor, r 87 Bartlett 
Allen Harrv, lab, r 130a Harriet 
Allen Harry B, elk S P Co, r 130a Har- 
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Allen Harrv B, with Lipman & Hirschler, 

r 2112 Steiner 
Allen Harry E, veterinary surgeon, 1828 

15th 
Allen Harry H, student, r 819 Buchanan 
Allen Harry L, cond S P Co, r 1072 

Ellis 
Allen Hazel (Allen Sisters) r 668. 4th Av 
Allen Henry, ironwkr, r 124 Mississippi 
Allen Henry F, shipping and commis- 
sion, 247 California 
Allen Henrv G, dentist, r 1879 Sutter 
Allen Herbert F, with Mercantile Trust 

Co of S F, r Fruitvale 
Allen Herbert W, physician, 1316 Sut- 
ter, r 2235 Washington 
Allen Herman, stev, r 430, 1st 
Allen Hilma Mrs, groceries, 698 Lisbon 
Allen Horace H, sec Morgan & Allen Co, 

r 2847 Broderick 
Allen Horton M, asst dist supt Pullman 

Co, r Oakland 
Allen Hubert H, r 272 Carl 
Allen Hugh W, elk, r 1911 Green 
Allen I P, mgr and cashier Canton Bank, 

r Alameda 
Allen Irving W (Weber & Allen) r 12 

Tremont Av 
Allen J, cond U RR, r 2105 San Jose Av 
Allen J, lab Selby Smelting & Lead Co, 

r 735 Harrison 
Allen J, plumber, r 863 Hayes 
Allen J, propr Mechanics Hotel, 279, 13th 
Allen James, carp, r 4457 California 
Allen James, driver, r 418 Harriet 
Allen James, lab, r 417 Paris 
Allen James, real estate, r 400 Stanyan 
Allen James, riveter, r 274 Connecticut 
Allen James, salesman, r 1702 Church 
Allen James, stableman, r K South cor 

5 th Av 
Allen James, tallowmkr, r 1405 K South 
Allen James, with Dunham, Carrigan & 

Hayden Co, r 928 Haight 
Allen James B, hatter, 705 Valencia 
Allen James C, elk, r 928 Haight 
Allen James E, electn, r 332 Oak 
Allen James G, mgr Jos Dixon Crucible 

Co, r Oakland 
Allen James H, insp S P Co, r 7 Teddy 

Av 
Allen James M, atty. Bank of California 

Bldg, r 3400 Washington 
Allen James M, carp, r 1336, 10th Av 
Allen J D, painter, r 2020 Howard 
Allen Jerome a, mfrs agt, r 129 Central 

Av 
Allen J H, stev, 300 Steuart 
Allen J H, teacher physics University 

School, r Berkeley 
Allen J J, opr Morse Detective and Pa- 
trol System, r 236 Presido Av 
Allen John, r Nordhoff Hotel 
i Allen John, liquors, 20 Marshall Sq, r 

2217 Mission 
'• Allen John, molder, r 324 Pennsylvania 

Av 
• Allen John, teamster, r 418 Harriet 
1 Allen John, teamster, r 1702 Church 
\ Allen John C, expressman, r 650 Lisbon 
t Allen John D, insp S P Co, r 363 Arling- 
ton 
I Allen John G, elev wkr, r 146 De Long 

Av 
I Allen John J, cornicemkr, r 1925 Green- 
wich 
I Allen John P, atty, r 273, 2d Av 
I Allen John R, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
i Allen John R, salesman Murphy, Grant 

& Co, r 1305 Waller 
1 Allen John S, salesman Roos Bros, r 

1016 Lake 
t Allen Joseph, mach, r 1644 Bush 

Allen Joseph M, stev, r 1293, 15th Av 
South 
i Allen Kate W, widow, r 2869 Broderick 
Allen Lalla T. widow, r 2233 Sutter 
Allen Laurence D, elk. r 2112 Steiner 



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Allen Leland M. r 61S Guerrero 

Allen Leslie, r 316 Pixley Av 

Allen Lewis S. elk M J Brandenstein & 

Co, r 2233 Sutter 
Allen Lewis W, physician, 246 Powell, 

r St Luke's Hospital 
Allen Lorenzo F, elk, r 2233 Sutter 
Allen Lorine Miss, teacher dancing, r 

326 K 
Allen Louis, waiter, r 604 Haight 
Allen Louis L, contr. r 4523 Mission 
Allen Lucius H. with Henry F Allen, r 

31S Laurel 
Allen L V Mrs, stenogr S P Co, r 856 

Lombard 
Allen M Mrs, wdow, r 663, 5th Av 
Allen Margaret, widow, r 212 Pennsyl- 
vania 
Allen Margaret J, widow, r 759 Castro 
Allen Marian, adjuster U S Mint, r 2112 

Steiner 
Allen Mary, widow, r 114 Liberty 
Allen Marv, widow, r 1298 Noe 
Allen Marv G, widow, r 732 Haight 
Allen Michael, lab, r 324 Pennsylvania 
Allen Michael, molder, r 633 Tennessee 
Allen Miles E, elk S P Co. r 1911 Green 
Allen Milton S. with J S Morgan & Sons. 

r 2206 California 
Allen N W, carpet layer, r 637 McAllister 
Allen Orville, teamster, r 1502 Noe 
Allen Patrick S, cond TJ RR, r 539 

Frederick 
Allen Pearl (Allen Sisters) r 668, 4th Av 
AIMN PERI E, atty-at-law, 610-611 

Pacific Bldg 
Allen Peter W, expressman, r 581 Castro 
Allen Philip G, gauger U S Int Rev 

collr, r 2233 Sutter 
Allen R, musician, r 144 Steiner 
Allen Richard, teamster, r 1925 Green- 
wich 
Allen Richard R. printer H S Crocker 

Co, r 1473 Oak 
Allen Richard S, cashier Henry Cowell 

Lime & Cement Co, r 1105 Guerrero 
Allen Robert F, r 245, 10th Av 
Allen Robert O H, comp, r 253, 7th Av 
Allen Roscoe. elk St Francis Hotel, r 340 

O'Farrell 
ALLEN ROWLAND T, pres Morgan & 

Allen Co and Nordman Bros Co, r 

2869 Broderick 
Allen Roy W, elk Weber & Allen, r 1566 

Haight 
Allen Samuel, furniture, 807 Octavia 
Allen Samuel J, acct, r 1327, 5th Av 
Allen Sara H, teacher Pub Schools, r 272 

Carl 
Allen Sisters (Hazel and Pearl) teachers 

dancing, 452 Valencia 
Allen Stuart H, mfrs agt, r 129 Central 

Av 
Allen T H Mrs, widow, r 306 Laurel 



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Allen Thorn 

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Allen Thomas, polisher, r 1802 Fulton 
Allen T R, messgr, r 935 Kearny 
Allen V B, mining engr, 789 Mission 
Allen Vanarsdale E, painter, r 82 Naples 
Allen W, foreman Vulcan Iron Wks, r 

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Allen W A, elk S P Co. r 749 Hayes 
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ALLEN WILEY B CO THE, Mrs Eleo- 
nora F Allen pres, pianos, 1220-1224 
Van Ness Av, tel Franklin 2214 
Allen William, r 334 Frederick 
Allen William, r 820 Corbett Av 
Allen William, r 2507 Pine 
Allen William, elk, r 733 Hayes 
Allen William, elk, r 928 Haight 
Allen William, express, 2000 Fillmore, r 

7 Pixley Av 
Allen William, lab IT RR, r 885 Castro 
Allen William, master mariner, r 114 

Welch 
Allen William, real estate, r 2206 Cali- 
fornia 
Allen William, mach, r 928 Haight 
Allen William A, purser str Korea 
Allen William A, salesman Moore-Wat- 
son Dry Goods Co. r 1748 Mission 
Allen William G (Allen & Haber) r 2206 

California 
Allen William G, salesman, r 1925 

Geary 
Allen William J (Acme Planing Mill Co) 

r 209 Corbett Av 
Allen William J. engr insp S P Co, r 

814 Corbett Av 
Allen "William J. foreman rigger U I 

"Works Co, r 291 Mission 
Allen William J, lab S P Co. r 206. 27th 
Allen William L, lather, r 100 Woolsey 
Allen William O, dver, r 447, 38th Av 
Allen William R, elk, r 885 Castro 
ALLEN WILLIAM W JR, atty-at-law. 
506-507-508 Humboldt Bank Bldg, tel 
Douglas 1110, r 1599, 10th Av 
Allen William O, salesman, r 669 Shot- 
well 
Allen W T. commercial agt Rock Island 

Frisco Lines, 882 Market 
Allen Wyatt H, consulting engr Union 

Trust Bldg, r San Anselmo 
ALLEN & HABER (W G Allen and S B 
Haber) real estate, 1100 O'Farrell, tel 
Franklin 2943 
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»Sl Allen. See Allan, Allin and Allyn 
Allenberg Charles, sec E L Goldstein Co, 

r 521 Lake 
Allenberg Leo, liquors, 1320 Polk, r 321 

Haight 
Allenberg Leopold, salesman Triest & 

Co, r 1571 Grove 
Allende H G, cook str City of Puebla 
Allendorf Charles W, salesman Newman 

& Levinson, r 79a De Long Av 
Allequede Marie, widow, r 1659, 12th Av 

South 
Allermat Albert, carp, r 1264 Howard 
Allers Frank, millman, r 279 Anderson 
Allesandro Joseph, liquors, r 1557 Powell 
Allesandro Pierre, liquors, r 388 Vallejo 
Alley Claude C. cond U RR, r 3477, 22d 
Alleze Anton, lab North Star Brew Co 
Allgeier William B, carp, r 2087 Bush 
Alliance Assurance Co (Ltd) of London, 

Security Bldg 
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO (Ltd) of 

London, Marine Department, J J 

Moore & Co, agents, 215-217 Pine 
Alliance Insurance Co (Philadelphia) 

Bailey & Johnston genl agts, 102 

Battery 
Allibert Gustave (Allibert & Esmiol) 
ALLIBERT & ESMIOL (G Allibert and 

A Esmiol) dry goods, ladies' and men's 

furnishing goods, 1303-1305 Stockton, 

tel Kearny 4162 
Allied Master Bakers Assn. Pacific Bldg 
Alliguie Firmin, lodgings, 1304 Stockton 
Alliguie Leon, cook, r 41a John 
Alliguie Louis, sec, r 3316 19th 
Alliguie Paul, waiter, r 1304 Stockton 
Allin Wiliam P (Allin & Husted) r 20S4 

Mission 
Allin & Husted (W P Allin and R L 

Husted) real estate, 2589 Mission 
Allinger George W, salesman Minaker & 

Welbanks. r Alameda 
ALLINOHAM WILLIAM, artesian well 

borer, r 211 Brighton Av 
Allinio Pietro, plasterer, r 323 Pt Lobos 

Av 
Allio Peter, stonecutter, r 139 Farallones 
Allione Arthur, pressfeeder, r 750 Fil- 
bert 
ALLIS-CHALMERS CO, mining machin- 
ery, H D Scribner district genl mgr, 

599 Mission 
Allis Edmund C, sec San Francisco & 

Panama Lumber Co, r 1807 Octavia 
Allison Archie, jointer, r 79 Walter 
Allison Benjamin F, elk, r 915 Haight 
Allison David E (James Higgins Co) r 

Los Angeles 
Allison D E & Co, E R Allison pres, 

com mchts, 134 Washington 
Allison Edward C, millhand J Surges 

Planing Mill Co, r 436 Bartlett 
Allison Edward R, pres D E Allison & 

Co, r 106 Walnut 
Allison Frank J, salesman Hammer- 
smith & Co, r 2047 Pine 
Allison Henry H, carp, r 371, 10th Av 
Allison James, stableman, r 1728 Waller 
Allison John, lab, r - 817 Turk 
Allison Joseph, mach, r 2263 Market 
Allison J R, r 817 Turk 
Allison Mary E, widow, r 38 De Long 

Av 
Allison R B, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Allison Robert T, lab, r 1192 Stanyan 
Allison Sydney, city agt New England 

Mutual Life Ins Co 
Allison Thomas S, ins agt, r 125 Col- 

lingwood 
Allison William, marine engr P C SS Co 
/^Allison. See Alison and Ellison 

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Allman James, teamster Hart-Wood 

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Allman Mary Mrs, r 215 Pulton 
Allman Norah, widow, r 337 Waller 
Allman Roger, master mariner, r 337 

Waller 
t^Allman. See Allemann and Almon 
Allmers Frederick, agt, r 2414, 23d 
Allmers Frederick A, driver, r 2414. 23d 
Alloway James T, r 37 Hampton PI 
Allowav Jav, teamster, r 37 Hampton PI 
Allred Clifford, stairbldr, r 256 Precita 

Av 
Allreid Roy, teamster, r 1611 Felton 
Allsebrook Edwin, carp, r 351 Alvarado 
Allsop Thomas, fireman, r 37 Jupiter 
Allsopp Jennie E Mrs (Allsopp & Whit- 
ing) r Alameda 
Allsopp & Whiting (Mrs J E Allsopp 

and C B Whiting) printers, 16 Ritch 
tS "Allsopp. See Alsop 
Allstead Van, carp, r 131 Crescent Av 
Allstrum L S, salesman E J Shattuck 

Co, 1296 Haight 
Alltucker Eggo H. painter, 237 Sanchez 
Allum George, brklayer, r 3554, 23d 
Allum L M, contracting agt A T & S F 

Ry, r 2128 Van Ness Av 
Allward William H, cook, r 4044, 18th 
Allwardt A, mtrman U RR, r 1238 Kan- 

Allwine John W, carp, r 1418, 45th Av 
Allv C C, brkmn S P Co, r 3477, 22d 
Allvne Marv N, widow, r 2609 Gough 
Aim Axel, mach, r 86!i Shotwell 
Aim Axel M, shoemaking. 1361 Church, 

r 1325 Guerrero 
Alma Oil Co, 10, 3d 
Almblade Frederick, r 251 Arkansas 
Almeida T, machinehand, r 21 Porter 
it- Almon. See Allman „., „ 
Almond Frederick, contr. r 151 Precita Av 
Almos Antone, stev, r 76 Jackson 
Almquist Frank E, carp, r 10S5 York 
Almquist John A. carp, r 76 Wolf 
Alms House. See Relief Home of Aged 

and Infirm 
Almstedt Charles F (Almstedt & Co) r 

354, 5th Av 
Almstedt & Co (C F Almstedt and M L 

Damrow) groceries, 50 Clement 
Almvik Knut, shoes, 3041, 24th 
Aloha Apartments, Theodore Wedell 

propr, 2759 Mission , 

Alonso Manuel, musician, r 1744 Union 
Alpais Herman, elk, r 22 Walter 
Alpaugh C F, mtrman TJ RR, r 1164 

Valencia _. 

Alpen H L. solr National Casualty Co 
Alpen William J, elk, r 2537 McAllister 
Alpen W J, elk Blake, Mofflt & Towne, 

r 2537 McAllister 
Alpenu Antone, cook, r 1808% Ellis 
ALPEB A A, genl mgr Great Western 
Smelting and Refining Co, r 1-593 
O'Farrell 
Alper Nathan, caster, r 656 Fell 
Alpern Max. millinery, 649 Van Ness Av, 

r 2038 Baker 
Alpers Charles W, musician, r li5 Bsrn- 

ard 
Alpers Claus, r 2516 Clay 
Alpers Fred, baker, r 175 Bernard 
Alpers George, mach. r 2013 O'Farrell 
Alpers George, mgr Tacoma Bottling Co, 

r San Rafael 
Alpers John, policeman, r 104 Chat- 
tanooga 
Alpers Peter, hartndr, r 1758 Fillmore 
Alpers William, baker, r 175 Bernard 
Alpers William, bartndr, r 567, 36th Av 
tS" Alpers. See Albers 
Alpert Jacob, junk, r 2230, 15th 
Alpes A, lab, r 210, 4th 
Alpes Anton, lab, r 704 Tehama 
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ALPHA BUILDING CO, J V Elliott mgr, 

74 2 Pacific Bldg 
Alpha Consolidated Mining Co, 339 Bush 
Alpha Planing Mill. 7th and Hooper 
Alpha Trained Nurse's Staff. 1305 Gough 
Alpine Apartments, 863-875 Waller 
Alpine Evaporated Cream Co, 268 Mar- 
ket, factories Hollister and Gonzales 
Alpine Rose Dairy (V Labrucherie and 

P Lonstalot) 1521, 22d Av South 
Alpis G, lab S P Co, r 384 Vallejo 
Alpis N, lab S P Co. r 208, 4th 
Alpough Charles, mtrman, r 2925 Mis- 
sion 
Alquist Edward, meterman, r 74 Belcher 
Alsdorf Mary Miss, r 96 Anderson 
A L S E N ' S PORTLAND CEMENT 

WORKS (Hamburg. Germany) James 
Maynard Jr agt, 807 Kohl Bldg, tel 
Kearny 879 
Alsgood Henrv J, with Haines, Jones & 

Cadbury Co, r 3724 Army 
Alsgood Louis, plumber, r 3724 Army 
Alsina Arthur, seaman, r 925 Jackson 
Alsing Frederick W, salesman Illinois 

Pacific Glass Co. r 2945 Harrison 
Alsop Thomas, mailer The Bulletin, r 

2733 Pierce 
£?f Alsop. See Allsopp 

Alspaugh Frank J. stev, r 3214a Mission 
Alston Henry E, carp, r 540 Grove 
Alston P Mrs, widow, r 143 Prospect Av 
Alsup Charles, mgr Union Contracting Co 

r 238 Arlington 
Alt Leslie E, elk American National 

Bank of S F, r San Mateo 
Alt Margaret, widow, r 850 Bay 
Alta Apartments, 2751 Clay 
ALTA DRUG CO, F J McCarthy propr. 

701 Fillmore cor Hayes 
Alta Hotel, 165, 3d 

Alta Loma Apartments, 2153 Pacific Av 
ALTA MESA LAND AND VINEYARD 
CO, Charles M Wiggin pres, J W 
Graham sec. grape lands and develop- 
ed vineyards, office 143 Grove 

ALTA MINERAL SPRING 

WATER CO, J. G. Elliott mgr, Alta 
Ginger Ale a specialty, 745 Lagnna, 
tel Market 3174 

Alta Plaza, bet Jackson and Clay, Stein- 

er and Scott 
Alta Plaza Market, 2847 California 
Alta Silver Mining Co, 339 Bush 
ALTA VISTA WINES CO, E S Ciprico 

pres, 112-116, 10th, tel Market 2836 
Altemus John, bookbdr, r 3093 California 
Altenberg Bertha Miss, teacher music, r 

263a Octavia 
Altenberg Florentine Miss, bkkpr, r 1251 

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Altenberg Frederick, r 263a Octavia 




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Alter Albert N, salesman The Empo- 
rium, r 1205 Octavia 

Alter Frederick S, asst auditor J K 
Armsby Co, r Oakland 

Alter Herman, chandeliermkr, r 2434b 
Post 

Alter Marcus, mgr Progress Printing 
Co, r 1010 Devisadero 

Altereri Joseph, chauffeur, r 543 Grove 

Altereri Louis, chauffeur, r 543 Grove 

Altereri Michael, foreman, r 543 Grove 

Altfield Benjamin, salesman Cal Notion 
& Toy Co, r 1359 McAllister 

Altfield Daniel, elk Postofflee, r 1359 Mc- 
Allister 

Altfield Simon, agt, r 1325 McAllister 

Althea The, 1551 Laguna 

Alther Robert J, druggists' sundries, 
1895 Ellis 

Althof Benjamin, contr, r 3588 Mission 

ALTHOF & BAHLS 

Herman H. Bahla pres, Richard W. 
Bahls vice-pres, Robert S. Gee sec, 
blank book mfrs, bookbinders and 
printers and sole mfrs and owners 
Prey-Busscher, flat-opening- blank 
books, 330 Jackson, tel Kearny 1888 
Althouse John, with McKee Mill Co, r 

21 Lapidge 

Althouse William H Rev, pastor Salem 

Evangelical Church (German) r 747 

Shotwell 

Altland Peter, foreman, r 252 Sickels Av 

Altman B Malcolm, cashier Royal and 

Queen Ins Cos, r Sausalito 
Altman Charles S, cond, 533, 1st Av 
Altman Ira, stock mgr Nathan-Dohr- 

mann Co, r 1425 McAllister 
Altman L, r 2306 Market 
AITMAH'S (INC) M Shirpser mgr, 
cloaks, suits, millinery, etc, 1333 Van 
Ness Av bet Sutter and Bush 
Altmann A Mrs, teacher Pub Schools, r 

1916 Vallejo 
Altmann Aaron, member Board of Edu- 
cation, r 1916 Vallejo 
Altmann Benjamin, electn, r 1323 Oc- 
tavia 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, r 1323 Octavia 
Altmann Joseph, tailor, r 5 Avery 
Altmann Rose Miss, ladies' tailor, 1323 

Octavia 
Altmann William, asst curator Park Me- 
morial Museum, r 1323 Octavia 
Altmark Jacob, r 2836 Washington 
Altmayer Abraham, r 3641 Jackson 
Altmayer Hugo, pres and asst mgr 
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Altmayer Leo M, cigars, 2125 Fillmore, 

r 3641 Jackson 
Altmayer Moses W, mgr Argonaut Club, 

r 3641 Jackson 
Alto Building, SE cor Bush and Kearny 
ALTON THOMAS, genl mgr San Fran- 
cisco Breweries, 240, 2d, r San Mateo 
Altona Apartments, 1869 Buchanan 
Altoona Quicksilver Mining Co, 333 

Kearny 
Altorfer C, r 686 Ash Av 
Altorfer John, mach H Hawni, r 686 

Ash Av 
Altpeter Edward A, butcher, r 427 Wilde 

Av 
Altschul Hugo B, r 2482 Bush 
Altschul Joseph, cigarmkr, 621 Sansome 
Altschul Leopold L, r 2482 Bush 
ALTSCHUL EICHASD, cashier London- 
Paris National Bank, r 2052 Bush 
Altschul Rudolph C, salesman Himmel- 

stern Bros, r 1268 Eddy 
Altschul Sydney L, butcher, r 2482 Bush 
Altschuler Samuel, ins, 251 Montgomery, 

r 3370 Clay 
Altschuler Solomon, artist Britton & 

Rey, r 437 Frederick 
Altube Maria, widow, r 2821 Jackson 
Altvater Edward L, foreman Louis 

Roesch Co, r 757 Guerrero 
ALTVATER PRINTING AND STA- 
TIONERY CO (Inc) 2565 Mission 
Altvater W F, real estate, r 4105, 19th 
ALTVATER w F & CO (Inc) real estate, 

2565 Mission 
Alustiza Fermin, lab, r 1319, 23d 
Alvarado Cipriano, lab, r 3 West Av 
Alvarado Daniel C, mtrman U RR, r 3 

West Av 
Alvarado F, lab Crescent Feather Co 
ALVARADO MACHINERY AND EN- 
GINEERING CO, 916 Metropolis Bldg 
Alvarez Alberto, elk Pacific Mail SS Co, 

r 555 Sanchez 
Alvarez Antone, foreman American Can 

Co, r Berkeley 
Alvarez Gabriela, widow, r 920 Carolina 
Alvarez Ynez, cigarmkr, r 180 Clayton 
Alverson Herbert L, cashier Arthur G 

Nason & Co, r 2751 Clay 
Alverson Thomas, gripman, r 432 Capp 
ALVERSON WILLIAM W (Arthur G 
Nason & Co) and notary public, Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg, r 2373 Jackson 
Alves Frederick, with Morrison Lumber 

Co, r 825 Hampshire 
Alves John, bottler, r 3109, 20th 
Alves Joseph, barber, r 4238, 18th 
Alvis Frantz, butcher, r 3333 Army 
Alvord Alice J, widow, r 2505 Gough 
Alvord R M, elk Genl Electric Co, r 

Berkeley 
Alyward David L, elk, r 595 Waller 
Alyward Fred M, tinsmith, r 595 Waller 
Alyward Margaret, widow, r 595 Waller 
Amadeo R, lab, r 317 Georgia 
JfAmadeo. See Amedeo 
Amador County Lumber Co, Monadnock 

Bldg 
Amador The, lodgings, 1111 McAllister 
Amalgamated Restaurant and Hotel 

Keepers' Assn, Pacific Bldg 
Amanda Charles, carp, r 629 Octavia 
Amandsen Peter, master mariner, 11 

Clay 
Amann Gideon E, elk T E Amann 
Amann Theodore E, stationery, 215 
Montgomery, r 945 Golden Gate Av 
Amann W E, mgr Galena Signal Oil Co, 

r Berkeley 
iTAmann. See Ammann 
Amargosa Gold Mining Co, 353 Bush 
Amark Frederick, salesman, r 1 Clarence 

Ct 
Amati Catherine, widow, r 2703 Laguna 
Amato Joseph, fisherman, r 444 Bay 



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Amatoro Frank, millhand, r 421 Frecita 

\maya Frank, mach Eames Tricycle Co, 

r 1518 McAllister 
\mbek Christian, lab Selby Smelting & 

Lead Co, r 1350a Stevenson 
\mbek Lawrence, elk Justinian Caire 

Co, r 1350a Stevenson 
Amber Leon, tailor, r 2515 Post 
Amber Max, tailor, r 1529 Turk 
Amber Samuel, tailor The Hub, r 2094 

Bush „„_ „ 

Amberg Clarence, student, r 135 Henry 
Amberg Edward, carp, r 124 Nevada Av 
Amberg John W, teamster, r 1321 Rhode 

Island „„„ _,, 

Amberg Joseph, woodwkr, r 668 Clemen- 

Amberg Otto, driver, r 135 Henry 
Ambler Arthur B (Gilhuly & Ambler) 

r Mill Valley 
\mbler Benjamin, salesman Langley & 

Michaels Co, r 14 De Long Av 
Ambler Benjamin Jr, bkkpr M Blum & 

Co, r 14 De Long Av _,,,_, 

Amborn George W, salesman Welsbach 

Co, r Oakland 
Ambra Frank, r 155 Pfeiffer 
Ambriska Mary Mrs, cigarmfr, 434 

Ambriska U Matthies, lab, r 4 24 Vicksburg 
Ambrogia Rolando, lab. r 1211 Kearny 
Ambrose A F, stenogr Pac Mail SS Co, 

r Oakland 
Ambrose F & Co (F Ambrose and W L 

Sigismund) real estate, 4601 Mission 
Ambrose Frank (F Ambrose & Co) r 

506 Athens 
Ambrose Henry M, elk W F & Co Ex, 

r 415 Laguna 
Ambrose James, r 415 Laguna 
Ambrose Josephine R Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 415 Laguna 
Ambrose Louis, stev, 300 Steuart 
Ambrose William, bkkpr, r 114 Colling- 

Ambrose William F, pres North San Ra- 
fael Realty Co, r 896 Steiner 
Amrbose William F, real estate, r 896 

Steiner 
Ambrose William Norman, elk The 

Anglo-Californian Bank, r Oakland 
Ambrosz Henry, elk, r 415 Laguna 
Ambrosz Jam* r 415 Laguna 
Ambrust Benjamin (Deward & Am- 

brust) r 1231, 20th Av 
AMBULANCE, S F Society for Preven- 
tion of Cruelty to Animals. 2514. 16th 
cor Alabama, tel Market 576 and 
Market 1318 
Ameal Frederick, painter, r 14 Walter 
Amedeo Paul, lab, r 2105 Greenwich 
Amedeo Philip, teamster, r 2105 Green- 
wich 

AMELUNG JULIUS C. 

general commission producer and 
manufacturers' agent, office 1627-1629 
Florida above Preclta Av 

Amend Jacob J, policeman, r 190. 27th 
Amend O A, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Amendt M (Mclnnis & Amendt) r 1109 

Alabama 
Ament Albert H, lab, r 458 Duboce Av 
Ament Charles, lab, r 1069 M; Hampshire 
Ament Harriet, widow, r 2126 Bush 
Amereau Thomas J. with Weeks-Howe- 
Emerson Co, r 1907 Devisadero 
Ameri Angelo, elk A Zabaldano & Co 
American Air Cleaning Co, C F Fletter 

mgr. 107 O'Farrell 
American and Foreign Marine Ins Co, 

320 Sansome 
AMERICAN-ASIATIC JOURNAL Or 
COMMERCE (monthly) 417 Mont- 
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Pilots (Harbor 15) R N Pippey sec, 

room 1, Ferry Bldg 

AMERICAN BANS NOTE CO, T R 

Collins dist sales agt, 1220 Merchants 

Exchange Bldg 

American Beet & Sugar Co. Robert Ox- 

nard vice-pres, 16 California 
American Bible Society, 831 Golden Gate 

Av 
AMERICAN BISCUIT CO, Fred C Parker 

mgr, A C Pell asst mgr, cor Battery 

and Broadway, tel Douglas 100 
American Bond and Investment Co, 

Claus Spreckels Bldg _„_ 

AMERICAN BONDING COM- 

PANY OP BALTIMORE, Joy Lichten- 
steln general agent, Investors Bldg, 
SE cor Market and 4th, tel Kearny 
3746 

AMERICAN BOOK CO, A F Gunn mgr, 
563-571 Market 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Co, 
Monadnock Bldg 

AMERICAN BREWERT CONSTRUC- 
TION CO, A Maritzen mgr, 1226 Page, 
tel Park 935 

AMERICAN BRIDGE CO. 

(of New York) Edward J. Schneider 
contracting mgr, structural steel for 
all purposes, 905-907 Crocker Bldg, 
tel Kearny 4200 

American Brotherhood of Cement Work- 
ers, 1122 Market 
American Building, 1720 Fillmore 
American Bureau of Shipping, 112 Mar- 

AMERICAN CAN CO. 

Mfrs tin cans and sheet iron ware, 
japanners, lithographed cans and 
metal signs, Pacific district office 
Mills Bldg 10th floor, E. H. Temple 
general manager, general offices 447 
West 14th St, New York City 

AMERICAN CASKET CO, Gus M Marks 
mgr, E S Miller supt, undertakers' 
supplies, 3531-8537, 17th, tel Market 
2906 

American Central Insurance Co (St 
Louis, Mo) 241 Sansome 

American Chemical Six Bucket Tank Co, 
fire extinguisher, 338 Pine 

American Chocolate Factory, 26-30 Blux- 
ome 

American Circular Loom Co. John R 
Cole & Co agts, 770 Folsom 

American-Claim Co, L I Gottlieb mgr, 
1228 McAllister 

AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION CO, W B 
Reis pTes, Richard A Clark vice-pres, 
Clav Slocumb sec, 338 Pine, tel 
Kearnv 5953 



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American ("onlial and Distilling Co, 300 
2d 

AMERICAN CREAM TARTAR CO, man- 
ufacturers of cream tartar, tartaric 
acid and Rochelle salts, 624 Cali- 
fornia 

American Credit Indemnity Co of New 
York, Monadnock Bldg 

American Crude-Oil Burner Co, 1101 
Harrison 

American Cuckoo Clock Co, 717 Market 

AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH 
CO, burglar alarms, night watchman 



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AMERICAN DREDGING COM 

PAWY, M. C. Harris pres, N. R. Har- 
ris sec, 95 Market, tel Kearny 1449 
AMERICAN DRUGGISTS SYNDICATE 

(Pac Coast Branch) W B Cheatham 
mgr, 585 Mission, tel Kearny 2389 

American Duchess Oil Co, 368 Bush 

American Electrical Novelty and Mfg 
Co. 739 Folsom 

American Engineer and Contracting Co, 
Monadnock Bldg 

American Exploration Co, Claus Spreck- 
els Bldg . , 

American Faucet' Co, S27-S33 Folsom 

American Filter Co, 16 California 

American Fish and Oyster Co, 528 Mer- 
chant 

American Florist, 1217 Polk 

American Flower Works, artificial 
flowers, 384 Hayes 

American Foundry Co, 47-55 Tehama 

American Fuel Co, whol coal, June 8th, 
16th and Wisconsin 

American Guarantee and Security Co 
353 Kearny 

AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN ENGINEER- 
ING & CONSTRUCTION CO, Ltd, J 
W Mason pres, F J Amweg engineer 
and mgr, 332 Turk, tel Franklin 700 

AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP 
CO, Williams, Dimond & Co, agents. 
Alaska Commercial Bldg, 310 San- 
some, tel Douglas 2168, wharf piers 
23-25 

American Hop and Barlev Co, 116 Cali- 
fornia 

American Hosiery Co, 682 Mission 

American Housewives Pure Food Assn 
Pacific Bldg • 

AMERICAN IMPORT CO THE, 18-26 

1st 

AMERICAN INSURANCE CO (Newark, 

N J) Gordon & Hoadley mgrs Pacific 

Dept, 106 Pine 
American Iron & Steel Mfg Co. Crocker 

Bldg 
American-Italian Artificial Stone Co, 3371 

Mission 



STANDARD GAS ENGINE CO. 

MARINE, STATIONARY, PUMPING 

and HOISTING ENGINES, Etc. 
436 MARKET STREET 

Works : 23rd AVENUE STATION. OAKLAND 



AMERICAN KOREAN ELECTRIC CO 

THE, 301 Electrical Bldg, 171-173. 2d 

AMERICAN KOREAN MINING CO THE, 

301 Electrical Bldg, 171-173, 2d 
AMERICAN LAND AND PRODUCE CO, 

room 461 Pacific Bldg, tel Douglas 

American Land and Trust Co, C W 
Wright pres. 704 Market 

American Land Co. 901 Humboldt Bank 
Bldg 

AMERICAN LAUNDRY CO, J Corbett 
pres, C Packer see, J Elberling mgr 
148-170 Erie nr Mission 

AMERICAN LINE, New York. Plymouth. 
Cherbourg, Southhampton, Philadel- 
phia, Queenstown, Liverpool, G N 
Koeppel pass agt Pacific Coast, 36 
Ellis 

American Loan Office, 840 Kearnv 

AMERICAN LUXFER PRISM 

CO, Ing-erson & Glaser Co, exclusive 
manufacturing- and sales ag-ents, 245 
Oak, tel Park 5103 

AMERICAN LUXFER PRISM 

CO, sidewalk lights, Willkomm Build- 
ing- Supply Co ag-ents, 151 Tehama 
nr 3d 

AMERICAN MARBLE AND 

MOSAIC CO, Hector N. Bernieri pres, 
John M. Pabbris mgr, Edward Taus- 
sig- sec, marble, mosaic and terrazzo, 
25-59 Columbia Square nr Folsom bet 
6th and 7th, tel Market 5070 

American Marine Paint Co, 112 Market 

American Meat and Produce Co, 527 
Montgomery Av 

American Mercantile Co, importers, 514 
Battery 

American Mill Co (Aberdeen, Wash) 24 
Market 

AMERICAN MILLING CO. 

C. S. Laumeister pres, flour, cereals, 
mill products and grain, 165 Erie nr 
Mission 

American Mines Co, Humboldt Bank 
Bldg 

American Miniature and Decorative 
Lamp Co, 739-747 Folsom 

AMERICAN MULTIGRAPH SALES CO, 
704 Polk 

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OP SAN 
PRANCISCO, P E Bowles pres, Fran- 
cis Cutting vice-pres, E W Wilson 
vice-pres, G N O'Brien cashier, E J 
Broberg asst cashier, H de Saint 
Leine mgr Foreign Dept, Merchants 
Exchange Bldg 

American Neckwear Co, 49 Battery- 
American Newspaper Association (N Y) 
915 Van Ness Av 

American Notion and Novelty Co, drug- 
gist sundries, 58, 2d 

American Novelty and Specialty Mfg Co 
758-760 Mission 

AMERICAN OIL AND PAINT CO, J O 
Low pres, E J Ensign treas, L E En- 
sign sec, 67 Main, tel Kearnv 865 

American-Pacific Construction Co, 316 
Pacific Bldg 

American Packing Co (W Y Lawton) 
3086, 25th 

American Press Association, A H Grigs- 
by mgr, 218 Spear 

American Printing Co, SS, 1st 

American Radiator Co, Monadnock Bldg 

AMERICAN REAL ESTATE CO, D S 
Watson pres, O C Stine vice-pres. 
Charles F Jackson sec. R E Filcher 
treas. 23 Montgomery 

American Ribbon and Carbon Co, 818 

Monadnock Bldg 
American Ring Co 268 Market 
American River Electric Co. 347 Grant Av 



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AMERICAN RUBBER MANU- 

FACTTTRING CO, mfrs hose, ■belting', 
packing', mechanical and molded 
goods, office and factory cor Park Av 
and Watt, Emeryville, tel Piedmont 
175 

American Sales Co, Alfred Hall vice- 
pres and genl mgr, 4 6 Sutter 

American Samson, physician, 373 San- 
chez 

AMERICAN SHEET AND TIN PLATE 
CO, 918 Crocker Bldg, tel Kearny 42 imi 

AMERICAN SHIPMASTERS' ASSN OP 
THE PACIFIC, P Rasmussen grand 
captain, Alexander Bergman sec, 82 
Market 

American Silver Co, 712 Polk 

AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN 

CO, George J. Becht mgr, mrfs of and 
dealers in soda water apparatus and 
supplies, 361-363 Ellis, tel Franklin 

American Soda Works (J J Rooney and 

E E Zimmerman) 24S5 Bryant 
AMERICAN SPONGE CO, 127 Larkin 

AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE 

CO, A. T. DeForest Pacific Coast Sales 
Agt, wire and wire rope, genl Pacific 
Coast office NE cor 16th and Polsom 
AMERICAN STOVE CO, C H Schieck 
mgr, Indiana nr 21st, tel Market 2740 
American Supply Co, electrical supplies, 

1057 Howard 
AMERICAN SURETY CO OF NEW 
YORK. 3d floor Claus Spreckels Bldg 
American Tailoring Co. 714 Market 
American Theatre, 1119 Market 
American Tin Mining Co, Kohl Bldg 
AMERICAN TZRE ARMOR CO, S14 Pa- 
cific Bldg 

AMERICAN TOOL WORKS 

Joseph Eastwood propr, mfrs well- 
boring tools, crank axles, goose- 
necks, steel and iron shafts, dredger 
forging a specialty, 109-111 Mission, 
tel Kearny 227 

AMERICAN TRADING CO (Pacific 
Coast) 702-705 Welch Bldg. 244 Cali- 
fornia, tel Private Douglas 991 

American Transfer Co, 708 Waller 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO, 814- 
816-818 Mission 

AMERICAN VEHICLE CO, manufac- 
turers' agents, jobbers and exporters 
carriages, buggies and wagons. Mills 
Bldg 

American Vineyard Co (Inc) W R Nut- 
ting pres. Monadnock Bldg 

American Wheel and Vehicle Co, 418 
Market 

AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS AND 
TAILORING CO, E E Erbe & Co Inc 
proprs, uniforms and wholesale tail- 
ors, 109 New Montgomery, tel Douglas 
2269 

Americans The, W E Wright sec, 713 
Pacific Bldg 

Amerin Ernest, lab, r 2824 Geary 

Ames Albert J, salesman L C Sheldon, 

Ames" Anna B Mrs, teacher languages, 
r 1233 Laguna 

Ames Benjamin, bartndr. r 1256 Eddy 

AMES BENJAMIN H, sec Byron Jack- 
son Iron Works, r Alameda 

Ames B Frank, carrier Postoffice, r 
3612 Army 

Ames Brewster F, atty, 406 Kearny, r 284 
2d Av 

Ames Charles, lab, r 703 Shrader 

Ames Charles L, paperhanger. r 466 
35th Av 

Am's Chester S. reporter Bradstreet Co, 
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Ames Daniel T. handwriting expert 
Heald's Business College, r Mountain 
View 

Ames Fisher (Ames & Manning) r 2933 
Pacific Av 

Ames Frank, r 1799 Filbert 

Ames Frank H, office 255 California, r 
2976 Pacific Av 

Ames Frank J, salesman Lnited Build- 
ers Supply Co, r Berkeley 

Ames Frank M. salesman Nathan-Dohr- 
mann Co. r 2500 Green 

Ames George E. mining engr, r 3010 Clay 

Ames George E Jr, with Doak Sheet 
Steel Co, r 3010 Clay 

Ames George H, carpetlayer, r 586 Valley 

Ames George S, marine engr, 45 Steuart 

Ames Gerald P. r 1799 Filbert 

AMES HARRIS NEVILLE CO. 

mfrs hags, tents, awnings, importers 
hags and bagging- material, Pacific 
Coast agents Tower's oiled clothing 
Smith & Dove Mfg Co's twines, 607- 
609 Front 
Ames Harry, lumberman, r 45a Harriett 
Ames Henry D, asst auditor J K Arms- 

by Co, r Oakland 
Ames Henry K, mgr Unfug & Journeay, 

r 1239 Webster 
Ames Henry M, collr, r 25 90 Bush 
Ames James H, p-res Ames, Harris, Ne- 
ville Co, r Oakland 
Ames James R, solr, r 3019 Van Ness Av 
Ames Joseph H, diamond setter, 717 

Market, r 573 Scott 
Ames Joseph V, bits and spurs. 2026 

Greenwich, r 2325 Greenwich 
Ames Louis G, electn, r 1734 Baker 
Ames L T pres National Electric Co 
Ames Marv, widow, r 1367 Masonic Av 
Ames Nicholas C, bkkpr Shasta Water 

Co, r 1362a Valencia 
Ames Simon R, liquors and restaurant. 

499 Haight, r 720 Fillmore 
Ames T M Mrs, widow, r 202 South 

California 
Ames W E. lab Belt RR, r 2228 Point 

Lobos Av 
AMES WORTHINGTON, stock and bond 

broker. 502 California, r Fair Oaks 
AMES 8c MANNING (Fisher Ames and 
J E Manning) attys-at-law. 711 Pa- 
cific Bldg, tel Douglas 2780 
Ames & Story (B F Ames and A C 

Story) real estate. 406 Kearny 
Amey George J, molder, 

Gate Av 

Amev J N, cond U RR, r 3 Wetmore 
Amick William (Amick & Nail) r 718 

Hayes 
Amick & Nail (W Amick and S Nail) 

carps. 718 Hayes 
Amidon Cyrus S. salesman, r 420 Laurel 



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Ami don Howard B, elk Abner Doble Co, 

r 2121 Pine 
Amigo G B, sec Macpherson-Amigo Co, 

r 117 Treat Av 
Amiot Amelia, widow, r 121 Gates 
Amiot August, waiter, r 254 California 

Av 
Amiraux Geller, coin counter U S Sub- 
treasury, r San Bruno 
Amireaux Pierre, mgr The White Co, 

r San Bruno 

Ammann Adolph, salesman, r 4020, 23d 

AMMAMN FREDERICK W, sec The 

Lundstrom Hat Wks, r 21 Devisadero, 

tel Fell 4524 

Ammann John, confectioner, r 16 St Rose 

Av 
Ammann Joseph, ink, T 1461 Vallejo 
Ammann William, painter, r 4020, 23d 
ifAmmann. See Amann 
Ammonia Cyanide Engineering Co, en- 
gineers and metallurgists, 34 7 Monad- 
nock BIdg 
Amner Harry W, chauffeur, r 573 Scott 
Amoratis James, restaurant, 1875 Union, 

r 1818 Union 
Amorosa Frank, bootblk, r 119 Duncan 
Amoroso John, shoemkr, 665a Gough 
Amoroso Joseph, shoemkr, r 1318 Kearny 
Amos Charles, stev, r 703 Shrader 
Amos James J, brklayer, r 1210 Lombard 
Amos J Phillip, receiving teller Hibernia 
Sav & Loan Soc, r 2400 Van Ness Av 
Amos Louise I, widow, r 929 Grove 
Amos William H, r 2727 Jackson 
Amoss Charles H, r 1196 Ellis 
AMSATH, GREENHOOD & JANSEN 
(J W Amrath, L H Greenhood and F 
B Jansen) certified and public ac- 
countants, Monadnock Bldg 
AMRATH J W (Amrath, Greenhood & 
Jansen) certified public acct, Monad- 
nock Bldg, r Mill Valley and Burlin- 
game 
Amrhein Charles L, boxmkr, r 249 India 

Av 
Amrock Patrick, mtrman, r 66,- 28th 
Amrock Peter J, team insp, r 66, 28th 
Amrosa Frank, carp, r 1333 Kearny 
Amrose Battiste, r 99 Valparaiso 
Amsdell Thomas, packer Holt Habe- 

nicht & Howlett, r 408 Hayes 
Amsel Nathan A, elk M A Gunst & Co, 

r 3150, 24th 
Amsler Adolph, butcher, r 1704 Waller 
Amsler Charles S, sheet metal wks, 25 

Shotwell, r 150 Montana 
Amsler Herman, p-lumber, r 45 Merritt 
Amson Frank, bartndr, r 1320 Railroad 

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Amsone Joseph W, painter, r 286 Lobos 
Amundsen Nels, rigger, r 214 Harkness Av 



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Amundson J 
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Amweg Frederick J, mgr and engr Am 
Haw Eng & Const Co Ltd, r S741 
Washington 
Amweg John M, salesman, r Hotel Stan- 
ley 
Anable F J, helper U S Mint, r 1269 

Vallejo 
Anacortes Lumber and Box Co, 16 Cali- 
fornia 
Anagnos Paris, lab, 
Anagnos William, lab, 
Analoro Camillo, carp, 
Ananos Harry, barber, 
Anast George, mtrman, 
Anastasi Antonio, barber, 164 Montgom- 
ery Av, r 1938 Mason 
Anastasi Joseph, barber, 342 Union, r 

Oakland 
Anatsito John, restaurant, 674 McAl- 
lister 
Ancell Henry W, painter, r 13 Costa 
Ancell Stephen W, dep Public Pound, 

r 13 Costa 
Ancell William S, carp, r 13 Costa 
Anchelli Silvio, painter, r 15 Medau Pi 
Ancher Solomon, plumber, r 731 Clayton 
Anchick Elizabeth, widow, r 1185 Treat Av 
Anchick John C, carp, r 1185 Treat Av 
Anchor Brand Cement Tray Co, 340 

Church 

ANCHOR BREWING CO (Joseph 

Kraus, August F Meyer and Henry 

Tietjen) SE cor 18th and Hampshire 

ANCHOR DRUG CO (Garibaldi & Oliva) 

druggists, 609 Montgomery Av 
Anchor Line, Monadnock Bldg 
ANCHOR PACKING CO (Jacob H Hahn) 

1612 Market 
Ancich Frank, millhand, r 2632 Sutter 
ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOT- 
TISH RITE CALIFORNIA BODIES, 
Charles Jellinek sec, 1859 Geary 
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, 
John Falconer permanent sec, 337 
Pacific Bldg, tel Douglas 3289 
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORK- 
MEN, GRAND LODGE, Carlington T 
Spencer grand recorder, Pacific Bldg 
Ancient Order United Workmen's Hall, 

548 Haight 
Ancion Hubert, carp, r 730b Ashbury • 
Ancker Abraham (Marks Bros) r 91 

Jordan Av 
Ancker Louis, r 91 Jordan Av 
Ancleto Frank, barber, r 867 Eddy 
Ancleto George S, barber, r 1269 

Allister 
Ancora Karl, waiter, r 5 Minna 
Andam Peter, fruits. 3088, 16th 
Andel F, craneman Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 352a Shotwell 
Ander Amy, widow, r 1624 Haight 
Ander Jennie, widow, r 932 Pacific 
Anderberg Carl, tailor, r 54 Sanchez 
Anderegg Emma Mrs, lodgings, r 2105 

San Jose Av 
Andereggen Alvis, janitor, r 1004 Golden 

Gate Av 
Anderegg Rudolph, liquors, 2853 Mission, 

r 2927 Mission 
Anderle Joseph C, liquors, SE cor Bay 

and Stockton, r 2007 Stockton 
Anderlini Anton, carp, r 2012 K South 
Andernach Adolf, window decorator, 2725 

23d 
Anders Albert A, elk New Home Sewing 

Machine Co, r 86 Eureka 
Anders J F, cutter Mysell-Rollins Bank 

Note Co, r Oakland 
Anders George T, expressman, r 86 Eu- 
reka 
Anders John, whseman Danforth Ware- 
house Co 
Anders John R, jeweler, r 86 Eureka 
Anders Lemont, jeweler, r 86 Eureka 



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tW Anders. See Andres and Enders 
Andersen A F, master mariner, r 2467 

Bryant . «.„.»• 

Andersen A H, master mariner, 82 Mar- 

Vndersen Andrew, bkkpr, r 33 Pond 
Andersen Andrew, carp, r 36 Germama 

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Andersen A O, master mariner, 82 Mar- 
Andersen Arnt (Andersen Bros) r 810 

Church .. 

Andersen Bros (Christian and Arnt) 

liquors, SW cor Mission and 19th 
Andersen C I, master mariner, 82 Market 
Andersen C O, master mariner, b2 Mar- 
Andersen Carl A, master mariner, r 90S 

Florida 
Andersen Charles, carp, r 33 Pond 
Andersen Charles, carp, r 457 Diamond 
Andersen Charles, lab, r 619 Linden Av 
Andersen Charles J (Andersen & Mar- 
cher) r 358 Precita Av 
Andersen Chris, glassblower, r 2606, 21st 
Andersen Christ, carp, r 457 Diamond 
Andersen Christ, packer, r 4430, 20tn 
Andersen Christian (Andersen Bros) r 

239 San Carlos Av 
Andersen Christian, blksmith, r 538 Na- 

Andersen Christina C, widow, r 1935, 15th 
Andersen Cornelius, master mariner, 82 

Market „ _ _. 

Andersen D A, oiler, r 12 Sunny Ct 
Andersen Dagmar K Miss, r 2969 Sacra- 
mento 
Andersen Ernest, salesman, r 1804 La- 

guna 
Andersen F, carp, r 646 Castro 
Andersen Fred J W (Andersen & Lar- 

sen) r 76 Caselli Av 
Andersen Fritz O, cabtmkr, r 2627, 21st 
Andersen George, r 33 Pond 
Andersen Grover, elk Electric Appliance 

Co, r 33 Pond 
Andersen Hans C, cabtmkr, r 2627. 21st 
Andersen Hans P, carp, r 300 Corbett Av 
Andersen Harold, painter, 2969 Sacra- 
mento 
\ Andersen Harry A, bkkpr, r 33 Pond 
i Andersen Ingomar, seaman, r 2107, 24th 
, Andersen J E, master mariner, 82 Mar- 

| Andersen James, driver, r 312 Arlington 
I Andersen John, r 689 Florida 
, Andersen John, carp, r 177 Sanchez 
i Andersen John, carp, r 1027a Treat Av 
Andersen John, seaman, r 2104, 24th 
Andersen Julia, widow, r 733 Fulton 
. Andersen Julius, locksmith M C Baker 
& Son, r 357 Chenery 
Andersen Lars, bakery, 2200 Greenwich 
1 Andersen Louis (Andersen & Hansen) r 
3648, 22d 
Andersen Louis, cabtmkr, r 2627, 21st 
Andersen Matthias (Andersen & Meyer) 

r 124 Fair Oaks 
Andersen Marcus, pilot, Ferry Postofflce 

Bldg 
Andersen Morris, painter, r 2707 Sutter 
Andersen N A, master mariner, 82 Mar- 
Andersen Nelson, asphalt roofer, r 63 8 

Andersen Nicholas, carp, r 211 Diamond 
Andersen Nicholas, elk, r 740 Haight 
Andersen Ole, carp, r 177 Sanchez 
Andersen Oluf, master mariner, Ferry 

Bldg 
Andersen Paul, with Otis Elevator Co, 

r Pinole, Cal 
Andersen Peter, shipwright, r 1150, 6th 

Av South 
Andersen Peter J, finisher, r 169, 8th Av 
Andersen Rudolph C, painter, r 733 Ful- 
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Andersen Samuel, cementwkr, r 240 Dun- 
Andersen Waldemar T, painter, r 2969 

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Andersen & Larsen (F J W Andersen 
and C Larsen) proprs Pac Structural 
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Andersen & Marcher (C J Andersen and 
H P Marcher) restaurant, 2062 Mis- 
sion 
Andersen & Meyer (M Andersen and P 
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Anderson A, teamster John Rothschild 

& Co, r 454 Fell 
Anderson A Mrs. widow, 608 Haight 
Anderson A Miss, stenogr Sherman, Clay 
I & Co, r 1039, 5th Av 
Anderson Abraham, carp, r 2153, 15th 
Anderson A C, elk S P Co, r Oakland 
Anderson A C, surfman Golden Gate 

Life Saving Station 
Anderson Adler, piledriver, r 1312% Ala- 
bama 
Anderson Adolph, cementwkr, r 252 

Parker Av 
Anderson Adolph D, elk Thomas B Jef- 

fery & Co, r 153 Sussex 
Anderson Adolph L (Olsen & Anderson) 
r 8% Godeus '_, 

Anderson Adolph V, watchman, r 153 

Sussex 
Anderson A F, r 1299 McAllister 
Anderson A F (Anderson Electrical 

Wks) r Oakland 
Anderson A G, teamster, r 135 Landers 
Anderson A H. draftsman Cal Fruit Can- 

ners' Assn, r 1863 Hayes 
Anderson Albert (Anderson & Borgeson) 

r 601, 3d Av 
Anderson Albert, elk S P Co, r 135 Lex- 
ington Av 
Anderson Albert, carp, r 1167 \ ermont 
Anderson Albert, lab, r 3991, 17th 
Anderson Albert, ironwkr, r 2933 Mission 
Anderson Albert, pres Mechanics' Foun- 
dry Co, r 4293, 23d 
Anderson Albert, restaurant, 30 ■, 3d, r 

231 California Av 
Anderson Albert, 2d officer str Thorough- 
fare, r Oakland 
Anderson Albert, teamster, r lo8 Clippei 
Anderson Albert, upholst, r 2609, 23d 
Anderson Albert B, elk W F & Co Ex, r 

Berkeley 
Anderson- Albert E, elk W F Nev Nat 

Bank, r Oakland 
Anderson Albert G, supt factoy Schuss- 

ler Bros, r 1499 Oak 
Anderson Albert V L, bkkpr Crocker Na- 
tional Bank, r 90 Caselli Av 



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Anderson Albert W, jeweler, r 592, 5th Av 
Anderson Albert W, pres Anderson Bros 
Planing Mill & Mfg Co, r 2224 Jones 
Anderson Albion, rigger, r 86c Silver 
Anderson Albin Rev, pastor Scandina- 
vian Sailors Home Chapel, r Berkeley 
Anderson Alexander, r 837 Brazil Av 
Anderson Alexander, laundryman, r 158a 

Church 
Anderson Alexander H, draftsman, r 1863 

Hayes 
Anderson Alfred, r 122 Park Hill Av 
Anderson Alfred (Welmer & Anderson) 

508 Pacific 
Anderson Alfred, bottler, r 2893 Folsom 
Anderson Alfred, carp, r 2255 Geary 
Anderson Alfred, cementwkr, r 21 Costa 
Anderson Alfred, painter, r 38 Grattan 
Anderson Alfred, stev, r 125 Joost Av 
Anderson Alfred, storekpr, r 537 Birch 
Anderson Alfred E, cooper, r 313 Wilde Av 
Anderson Alfred E, sec and mgr Cal 
Transportation Co, r 1200 California 
Anderson Alfred H, marine engr, r 708 

Douglass 
Anderson Alfred P, blksmith, r 3016 Fill- 
more 
Anderson Alice, widow, r 2285 Howard 
Anderson Alma Miss, with Westelins & 

Schmidt, r 1205 Octavia 
Anderson Amy Miss, nurse, r 4 Steiner 
Anderson and Middleton Lumber Co, 

Merchants Exchange Bldg 
Anderson Andrew, baker, r 112 Lundy 

Lane 
Anderson Andrew, r 12 Wildey Av 
Anderson Andrew, r 140 Richland Av 
Anderson Andrew, r 1241 Pierce 
Anderson Andrew, blksmith, r 114 Welsh 
Anderson Andrew, carp, r 1872 Folsom 
Anderson Andrew, engr, r 2950 Howard 
Anderson Andrew, foreman, r 1091 In- 
diana 
Anderson Andrew, lab, r 1149 Pennsyl- 
vania Av 
Anderson Andrew, mach, r 239 Parker Av 
Anderson Andrew, mtrman, r 2312 San 

Jose Av 
Anderson Andrew, stev, r 918 Minnesota 

nesota 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r 155 Octavia 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r 343 San Car- 
los Av 
Anderson Andrew D, master mariner, r 

307 Clipper 
Anderson Andrew E, stev, r 15 Peralta 

Av 
Anderson Andrew F, 2d officer str New- 
ark, r Berkeley 
Anderson Andrew H, propr Anderson 
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Anderson Andrew P. mach, r 516 San- 
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Anderson Andrew P, master mariner, r 

25 Brazil Av 
Anderson Andrew P, waiter, r 3069 Pine 
Anderson Andrew R, master mariner, r 

143 Vicksburg 
Anderson Andrew U, master mariner, r 

6 Howard 
Anderson Anna, widow, r 172 Tiffany Av 
Anderson Anna Miss, r 2204 Greenwich 
Anderson Anna Miss, lodgings, 125 Free- 
Ion 
Anderson Annie, widow, r 716 Moultrie 
Anderson Annie Mrs. 603 Arkansas rear 
Anderson Antoine, stev, r 39 Zoe 
Anderson Anton, groceries, 233. 14th 
Anderson Anton, painter, r 1533 Castro 
Anderson Antone, fireman, r 2100, 22d 
Anderson Antone, stev, r 21 Clementina 
Anderson Antone C, ins H R Mann & 

Co, r 144 Belvedere 
Anderson Archie A, mgr Gas Furnace 

Co, r 1871 Page 
Anderson Arthur, carp, r 2153, 15th 
Anderson Arthur, millhand, r 46 Mill 
Anderson Arthur, salesman, r 1455 

Franklin 
Anderson Arthur A, elk M Friedman & 

Co, r Lomita Park 
Anderson Arthur C. draftsman U S Engr 

Office, r Alameda 
Anderson Arthur E, painter, r 3812 22d 
Anderson Arthur G, draftsman P C SS 

Co, r San Rafael 
Anderson Ashby M, teamster, r 540 

Baker 
Anderson August, r 1246 Girard 
Anderson August, r 3432 16th 
Anderson August, blksmith, r 34 4 Utah 
Anderson August, boatswain, r 947 

Elizabeth 
Anderson August, carp, r 230 Lake View 

Av 
Anderson August, cementwkr, r 1111 

Vermont 
Anderson August, 1st officer str Newark, 

r Alameda 
Anderson August, lab, r 1008 Arkansas 
Anderson August W (A W Anderson & 

Son) r 512 Noe 
Anderson Augusta, widow, r 294 Devisa- 

dero 
Anderson Augustus, engr, r 673 Linden 

Av 
Anderson A W (Anderson & Lewis) r 

519, 5th 
Anderson A W & Son (A W and W R 

Anderson) grocers, 3574, 20th 
Anderson Axel, carp, r 371 Crescent Av 
Anderson Axel, painter, r 1148 Kentucky 
Anderson Axel, plasterer, r 146 Hancock 
Anderson Axel, stev, r 441 y, Elizabeth 
Anderson Axel E, supt, r 1629 San Bruno 

Av 
Anderson Axel R (Anderson & John- 
son) r 1431 Grant Av 
Anderson B Alfred, r 140 Richland Av 
Anderson Bella, widow, r 4 Brvant Ct 
Anderson Berger A, chauffeur, r 4373 

25th 
Anderson Bernard, lab, r 242b Dore 
Anderson Bernard, with Braas & Kuhn 

Co, r 2255 Gearv 
Anderson B H Taylor, elk Cal Sugar . 

and White Pine Agencv, r Alameda 
Anderson Bros (G Anderson) carps, 1285 

Pacific 
Anderson Bros' Planing Mill and Mfg 

Co (Inc) North Point and Powell 
Anderson Byron J, mach, r 3330, 20th 
Anderson C Mrs, r 3484, 17th 
Anderson C, r 1123 Plymouth Av 
Anderson C A, with J B F Davis & Son, 

r Oakland 
Anderson C B, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Anderson C C, master mariner, 10 Clay 
Anderson Caesar, elk, r 2176 Mission 
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Anderson Carl, carp, r 15 Broderick 

Anderson Carl, carp, r 73a Pearl 

Anderson Carl, elk, r 294 Devisadero 

Anderson Carl, elk F A Kaiser, r 512 

Anderson Carl, house mover •, r _ 2852, 2 2d 
Anderson Carl, pastor Swedish Congre- 
gational Church, r 71 Pierce 
Anderson Carl, stev, r 117 Perry 
Anderson Carl, tailor, r 282 Eureka 
Anderson Carl, tanner, r 21 Costa 
Anderson Carl C, 1st officer str Thor- 
oughfare, r Oakland 
Anderson Carl C, musical instruments, 
505 Turk , _ ,.., 

Anderson Carl J, master mariner, r 35 < 5 

Anderson Carl J, lab, r 371 Crescent 
Anderson Carlisle, draftsman, r 2153 

loth 
Anderson Catherine, widow, r 102 Baker 
Anderson Cecil E, adjuster London Guar- 
antee and Accident Co, r 1145 Hayes 
Anderson C E H, lumberman, r 10b 

Chattanooga 
Anderson C G. draftsman Henshaw, 

Bulkley & Co, r 2153. 15th 
Anderson Charles, r 435 Andover Av 
Anderson Charles, attendant City and 

County Hospital 
Anderson Charles, boat bldr, i 1 — 4 

Kansas ■ . 

Anderson Charles, carp, r 152 Elsie 
Anderson Charles, carp, r 614 Linden Av 
Anderson Charles, cementwkr, r oo2 

Charter Oak Av 
Anderson Charles, chauffeur, r Sba Capp 
Anderson Charles, electn. r 253 11th Av 
Anderson Charles, elev opr, r 211 Vicks- 

Anderson Charles, engr Crowley Launch 

& Tugboat Co 
Anderson Charles, gatekpr P M Sb Co, 

r 3320 Folsom 
Anderson Charles, 

Prospect Av 
Anderson Charles, 

rison 
Anderson Charles, r 1701 Ocean Ai 
Anderson Charles, mart. V ' V- w™,i 
Anderson Charles, millhand. r 65a Y\ ood- 

ward Av ,'».„ 

Anderson Charles, millhand, r I b Mill 
Anderson Charles, mtrman, r 24 Tiffany 

\.v 
Anderson Charles, painter, r 183 Valencia 
Anderson Charles, painter, r 285 Rose Av 
Anderson Charles, porter, r 3812, 22cl 
Anderson Charles, shoes, lb33 Devisa- 
dero, r 2576 Post 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r 908 Hoi- 
Anderson Charles, stev, r 83 Cumberland 
Anderson Charles, stev, r 84b Silver 
Anderson Charles, teamster, r Warden 

Av nr Mission 
Anderson Charles, teamster, r l'JO V\ est 

Mission »,,„ t, 

Anderson Charles, teamster, r 2112 Bry- 
ant 
Anderson Charles A, r 1372, 5th Av 
Anderson Charles A (Craig, Cochran & 

Co) funeral directors, lib!) Valencia 
Anderson Charles A, cabtmkr, r 3971, 23d 
Anderson Charles A, carp, r 961, 14th 
Anderson Charles A, carp, r 2718 Fol- 

Anderson Charles A, glassblower. r 1905 
Howard 

Anderson Charles A, lab, r S3 Cumber- 
land 

Anderson Charles A. master mariner, r 
1312 Kansas 

Anderson Charles A, painter, r 900 Bran- 
nan 

Anderson Charles A S. mtrman, r 921 
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Anderson Charles C, salesman J S An- 
derson, r Fruitvale 

Anderson Charels E. blksmith, 1310 
Railroad Av, r 1228, 19th Av South 

Anderson Charles E, bkkpr J A Folger 
& Co, r 428 Texas 

Anderson Charles E, elk S P Co, r 
Berkeley „ , „ 

Anderson Charles E, lumberman, r 2419 
Harrison 

Anderson Charles E. pres United Stu- 
dios, r 2427 Green 

Anderson Charles E, sec, Russ Bldg, r 
234, 7th Av 

Anderson Charles E, stev, r 989 North 
Point 

Anderson Charles F, fireman, r 282 
Eureka „„_ 

Anderson Charles F. marine engr, r 22b 

Anderson Charles G, bricklyr, r 516 Pre- 

cita Av 
Anderson Charles G, cementwkr, r 4318 

Anderson Charles H, mach, r 519 Noe 
Anderson Charles J, r 358 Precita Av 
Anderson Charles J, janitor Hibernia 

Bldg 
Anderson Charles J, master mariner, r 

708 Douglass 
Anderson Charles O, bkkpr Union Mer- 
chants Ice Delivery Co, r 436 Hill 
Anderson Charles W, carp, r 4207 Army 
Anderson Charles W, salesman, r 141 

Julien Av 
Anderson Charles W. with Pacific Tel & 

Tel Co. r 300 Baker 
Anderson Chris, electn. r 1280 Ellis 
Anderson Chris, lab, r 918 Minnesota 
Anderson Chris, porter Brooklyn Hotel 
Anderson Chris, upholst John Hoey & 

Co, r 711 Girard 
Anderson Christ, molder, r 2 Worth 
Anderson Christ, packer Nathan-Dohr- 

mann Co, r 4430, 20th 
Anderson Christian, liquors, r 239 San 

Anderson Christian, master mariner, 

Ferry Bldg 
Anderson Christina C, widow, r 1935. 15th 
Anderson Clarence, salesman, r 580 Hill 
Anderson Clarence, veterinary dentist, 

620 Octavia, r Fruitvale 
Anderson Clarence S. civil engr. r 13- 

20th Av 
Anderson Clifford C, salesman Graton & 

Knight Mfg Co, r Oakland 
Anderson Conrad, glassblower, r 1905 

Howard 
Anderson Cornelius, r 1627 Eddy 
Anderson C W, stev, r 240 Steuart 
Anderson Daniel, plumber, r 727 Wis- 



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Anderson Dolly L Miss, nurse, r 1523 

Laguna 

Anderson Duncan, mach, r 12 Sunny Ct 
Anderson Duncan Jr. chemist Smith, 

Emery & Co, r 3126 Clay 
Anderson E, riveter, r 245 Mississippi 
Anderson Earl, molder, r 4 2 93, 23d. 
Anderson Edmund, elk, r 730 Parker Av 
Anderson Edward, brklayer, r 2824 Clay 
Anderson Edward, carp, r 400 Bank 
Anderson Edward, carp, r 102 Edinburgh 
Anderson Edward, electn, r 581 Duboce Av 
Anderson Edward, lab Spreckels Bldg, r 

221, 3d 
Anderson Edward, master mariner, Fer- 
ry Bldg 
Anderson Edward, painter, r 114S Ken- 
tucky 
Anderson Edward, seaman, r 212 E 

Langton 
Anderson Edward, shoemkr, r 390 San- 
chez 
Anderson Edward, stableman, r 1014 Ar- 
kansas 
Anderson Edward, with Shreve & Co, 

r 253, 11th Av 
Anderson Edward C, elk, r 191 Chatta- 
nooga 
Anderson Edward M B, carp, r 2255 

Geary 
Andtrson Edward T, gripman Cal St Ca- 
ble RR Co. r 1531 Sacramento 
Anderson Edwin, Pac Coast agt Balti- 
more & Ohio RR Co, r 706 Polk 
Anderson Edwin, carp, r 382 Eureka 
ANDERSON ELECTRICAL WORKS 
(A F Anderson and C A Hedberg) 203 
Main 
Anderson Elmer, with Anderson Bros 
Planing Mill & Mfg Co, r 2224 Jones 
Anderson Elmer, draftsman Pelton Wa- 
ter Wheel Co, r 2892 Pine 
Anderson El Rey, elk Levi Strauss & Co, 

r Berkeley 
Anderson Elsie Miss, boarding, 200 De- 

visadero 
Anderson Emanuel, carp, r 905, 14th 
Anderson Emil, master mariner, r 508% 

Grove 
Anderson Emil, pipe fitter, r 414 Texas 
Anderson Emil C, bkkpr Blake, MofBtt 

& Towne, r San Mateo 
Anderson Emma, widow, r 118a San Jose 

Av 
Anderson Emma A, widow, r 1402 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
Anderson Eneval, master mariner, r 171 

Steuart 
Anderson Eric, ironwkr, r 3813 Army 
Anderson Erick, carp, r 1173 De Haro 
Anderson Erik B, master mariner, r 214 

Steuart 
Anderson Ernest, carp, r 4373, 25th 
Anderson Ernest, lab, r 673 Kansas 



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Anderson E Wilhelm, mach, r 3338, 21st 
Anderson P, stev, r 175 Clara 
Anderson Fannie, widow, r 589 Guerrero 
Anderson F E, master mariner, 82 Mar- 
ket 
Anderson Felix A, sec Industrial Invest- 
ment Co 
Anderson F L, vice-pres Tayler & Spots- 
wood Co, r Berkeley 
Anderson Flora, widow, r 413 Chenery 
Anderson Francis, elk P C SS Co, r 2288 

Sutter 
Anderson Frank, r 52 Vienna 
Anderson Frank, r 2149, 15th 
Anderson Frank, driver, r 2067 Sutter 
Anderson Frank, glass blower, r 2905 

Harrison 
Anderson Frank, ropeman U RR Co, r 

765 Castro 
Anderson Frank A, with The Examiner, 

r 1379 Rhode Island 
Anderson Frank B, vice-pres The Bank 

of California, r San Rafael 
Anderson Frank C, special policeman, r 

17 Eugenia Av 
Anderson Frank C W, watchman, r 28th 

nr Douglass 
Anderson Frank L, painter, r 4173, 23d 
Anderson Frank M, asst geologist S P 

Co, r Berkeley 
Anderson Fred, lab, r 911 Capp 
Anderson Fred, master mariner, r 36S 

Clementina 
Anderson Fred, metal wkr, r 630, 40th Av 
Anderson Fred, ruler, r 326a Bryant 
Anderson Fred, stev, 300 Steuart 
Anderson Fred, with Dunham, Carrigan 

& Hayden Co, r 337 Mississippi 
Anderson Fred A, helper U S Mint, r 223 

Scott 
Anderson Fred C. news dlr, 1933 Fill- 
more, r 234, 7th Av 
Anderson Fred E, master mariner, r 245 

Steuart 
Anderson Frederick, r 380 Paris 
Anderson Frederick, r 3562, 22d 
Anderson Frederick, brklayer, r 297 Mu- 
nich 
Anderson Frederick, mach, r 103 Belve- 
dere 
Anderson Frederick, mach, r 2203, 25th 
Anderson Frederick, stev, r 977 Bryant 
Anderson Frederick Jr, draftsman,"r 3562 

22d 
Anderson Frederick B, mach, r 1144 

Treat Av 
Anderson Frederick C, mining, r 1667 

Hayes 
Anderson Frederick M, millman, r 3249 

22d 
Anderson Fritz, painter, r 172 Tiffany Av 
Anderson Fritz ft, lather, r 2872 Golden 

Gate Av 
Anderson G C B, elk Balfour, Guthrie & 

Co, r Alameda 
Anderson George, r 3481 Mission 
Anderson George (Anderson & Bailey) r 

708 Douglass 
Anderson George, blksmtth O Reiplung, 

r 527 Fulton 
Anderson George, carp, r 3921 Folsom 
Anderson George, cement wkr, r 45 Wal- 
ter 
Anderson George, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co. r 102 Octavia 
Anderson George, elk Sadler & Co, r 48 

6th 
Anderson George, cook, r 3428a, 16th 
Anderson George, stev, r 128 Charter 

Oak Av 
Anderson George, lab S P Co, r 750 Val- 

lejo 
Anderson George, plumber, r 579 Liberty 
Anderson George, waiter, r 143 Vicks- 

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Anderson George P, marine engr, r 156 
Anderson George H, lumber, r 380 Fred- 
Anderson George H Jr, bkkpr, r 380 

Frederick 
Anderson George J. r 272 Lily Ay 
Anderson George L. colonel U S A, lnsp- 

general dept of Cal, r Pacflic Union 

Club 
Anderson George M, master mariner, l 

265 Jersey 
Anderson George M, r 1871 Page 
Anderson George P, painter, >" 71 Pierce 
Anderson George W, elk, r 1646, 11th 

Av South , _ 

Anderson Georgia, hairdressing, 2067 

Anderson Gustaf (Anderson Bros) r 1285 

Anderson Gustaf, r 77 Diamond 
Anderson Gustav, contr, r 2330, -4th 
Anderson Gustav, janitor Williams Bldg 
Anderson Gustav R, millman, r 4043, litn 
Anderson Gustave (Anderson & John- 
son) r 563. 6th 
Anderson Gustave, carp, r 371 Crescent Av 
Anderson Gustave, carp, r 1140 York 
Anderson Gustave, cook, r 2615, 22d 
Anderson Gustave, lab, r 758 Harrison 
Anderson Gustave, lumberman, r 2268 

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Anderson Gustave, mach, r 4373, 25th Av 
Anderson Gustave, plasterer, r 111 Turk 
Anderson Gustave, wellborer, r 2233, 22d 
Anderson Gustave E, master mariner, r 

3245, 21st . . 

Anderson Gustave E F, physician, 704 

Sacramento, r 2113 Geary 
Anderson Gustave J. ironwkr, r 430 Fell 
Anderson Gustave N, 1st officer str 

Newark, r Alameda 
Anderson G W, master mariner. Ferry 

Anderson Gwynn P, teacher Wilmerdlng 
School Ind Arts, r 1820 Turk 

Anderson H, ironwkr, r 75 Woodward Av 
i Anderson H Alfred, painter, 1014 Fill- 
more, rear 

Anderson Hans, r 2084 Mission 

Anderson Hans, 1st officer str Encinal, 
r Berkeley _^ 

Anderson Hans, furier, r 1226, 20th Av 
I Anderson Hans, lab, r 61, 7th Ay 

Anderson Hans, painter, r 255 Waller 
I Anderson Hans, tailor, 820 Elizabeth 

Anderson Hans C, cabtmkr, r 2627, 21st 
I Anderson Hans C, contr, r 3132, 21st . 

Anderson Harold, marine engr, r 353 

j Anderson Harry, elk J Marty, r 3377 

, Anderson Harry, cook, r 1415 Scott 
Anderson Harry A, elk London-Paris 
National Bank, r 152 Julian Av 
! Anderson Harry F, musician, r 143 
Brighton Av ,. 

Anderson Harry J piano repr, r 79 Cali- 
fornia Av . 
Anderson Harry W, ship carp, r 850, 9th 

Av South 
Anderson H F, vice-pres Anderson Bros 
Planing Mill & Mfg Co, r 2224 Jones 
Anderson Helga Miss, bkkpr Am Marble 

and Mosaic Co, r 313 Castro 
Anderson Henry, elk Imperial House, r 

672 Howard 
Anderson Henry, elk Leonard Morton 

Lumber Co, r 4018 Folsom 
Anderson Henry, lab, r 121 York 
Anderson Henry, master mariner. Ferry 

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Anderson Henry A, elk Bacon & Dase- 

king, r 116 Morris Av 
Anderson Henry C, master mariner, Fer- 
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Anderson Henry G, restaurant, 1129 
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Anderson Henry S, collr, 

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Anderson Henry T (Anderson & Topp) 

r 129a O'Farrell 
Anderson Hermann, r 3545. 20th 
Anderson Hester Miss, r 1824 Post 
Anderson H F, dist supt const Pacific 

Tel & Tel Co, r 1320 Page 
Anderson H G, elk S P Co, r Mill Valley 
Anderson H J, asst engr str Encinal, r 

Oakland 
Anderson Hjalmar, carp, r 15 Broderick 
Anderson Hjalmar A. painter, r 211, 28th 
Anderson Hjalmer, master mariner, Fer- 

Anderson Howard, bkkpr M E Carroll, 

r 380 Frederick 
Anderson Howard, salesman A S Keeler 

& Co, r Berkeley . 

Anderson Hugh D, teamster, r 14 Lyle 
Anderson Ida N Miss, asst S F Pub 

Library, r 71 Pierce 
Anderson Isaac, r Union League Club 
Anderson Isaac, cementwkr, r 2953, 23d 
Anderson Ivan, carp, r 116 Ellsworth 
Anderson J Mrs, r 733 Fulton 
Anderson J A, r 2155, 15th 
Anderson Jacob H V (Christenson Lum- 
ber Co) r 313 Castro 
Anderson James, r 3633, 19th 
Anderson James, carp, r 3461, 17th 
Anderson James, lab, r 8S2 Haight 
Anderson James, marine engr, r 368 Lu- 

Anderson James, mtrman, r 670 Willow Av 
Anderson James, ship carp U I Works 

Co, r 4122, 20th 
Anderson James, waiter, r 239 Oak 
Anderson James, with W W Montague 

& Co, r 3330, 20th 
Anderson Jamts, with W & J Sloane, r 

3580, 18th 
Anderson James H, cashier Firemen's 

Ins Co, r Oakland 




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& Mfg Supply Co, r Alameda 
Anderson James T, electn, r 202, B 
Anderson James W, recorder Islam Tem- 
ple Mystic Shrine, r 1432 Geary 
Anderson J Byson, stenogr J A Gray 

Co, r 3330, 20th 
Anderson J E, lab, r 3009 Van Ness Av 
Anderson Jeanette Miss, school teacher, 

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Anderson Jeremiah, cook, r 3937 Sacra- 
mento 
Anderson Jesse S, steward University 

of Cal Club 
Anderson J S, brkmn S P Co, r 456, 3d 
ANDERSON J J MBS, propr Rosemont 

Apartment House, r 214 Haight 
ANDERSON J Mo C, res sec North 
British and Mercantile Ins Co. r 2620 
Laguna 
Anderson Johan A, lumberman, r 46 

West Park 
Anderson John, r 145a Dore 
Anderson John, r 540 Baker 
Anderson John (North Star Bottling 

Wks) r 2933 Mission 
Anderson John, asst mgr str Thorough- 
fare, r Oakland 
Anderson John, bartndr, r 108 Berry 

carp, r 154 Clinton Park 
carp, r 516 Diamond 
carp, r 1620 Florida 
carp, r 3069, 26th 
carp, r 3226, 16th 
3428. 16th 



Anderson John 
Anderson John 
Anderson John 
Anderson John 
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Anderson John 
r Allendale 

Anderson John, cei 
sissippi 

Anderson John, ironwkr. r 148 Elsie 

Anderson John, ironwkr, r 298 Missouri 

Anderson John, lithogr, r 329, 6th Av 

Anderson John, lumberman, r 18 Rich- 
land Av 

Anderson John, 
way Av 

Anderson John, 

Anderson John, 

Anderson John, 

Anderson John, 
Co, r 30 Goethe" 

Anderson John, salesman, r 2605 Howard 
seaman, r 65 Alder 
stableman, r 600, 14th 
steamfitter, r 337 Mis- 



r 337 HoLIo- 



lumber 

mach, r 2203, 25th 
painter, r 981 Capp 
restaurant, 304, 4th 
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Anderson John 
Anderson John 
Anderson John 

sissippi 
Anderson John 

r Oakland 

Anderson John A, bottler, r 2933 Mission 
Anderson John A, carp, r 413 Chenery 
Anderson John A, carp, r 3 815 Army 
Anderson John A, collr Brittain &* Co 

(Inc) r 994 Page 
Anderson John A, mgr White Star Laun- 
dry Co, r 984 Page 
Anderson John A, 1st officer str Pied- 
mont, r Fruitvale 
Anderson John C, mgr, r 264 Frederick 
Anderson John C. watchman, r 421, 29tn 
Anderson John E, carriage painter, r 981 

Capp 
Anderson John E, cementwkr, r 4 44 Val- 
ley 
ANDERSON JOHN E, mgr Austin Fire 
Ins Co, r 1625 Polk 



II 71 • ■ 9 Office and Works 

Whites 234 
Laundry 12th Street 

Phone Market 1690 e^JSh,. 



Anderson John E, master mariner, r 3812 

22d 
Anderson John F, capt of watch Pacific 

Mail SS Co, r 156 Carl 
Anderson John F. elk S H Frank & Co, 

r 1372, 5th Av 
Anderson John G, Ry Postal elk, r Ala- 
meda 
Anderson John G, tailor, r 745, 1st Av 
Anderson John J, engr, r 25 Stoneman 
Anderson John J, painter S P Co, r 150 

Hawthorne 
Anderson John N, tailor, r 550 Jessie 
Anderson John R, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Anderson John W, carp, r 329, 6th Av 
Anderson John W, seaman, r 16 Clipper 
Anderson Jonas, r 495, 3d 
Anderson Jonas, awningmkr, r 3913 Fol- 

som 
Anderson Jonathan, bldr, r 942 Noe 
Anderson Joseph, carp, r 1315 Scott 
Anderson Joseph, house mover, r 2724 

22d 
Anderson Joseph, lab, r 1243 Potrero Av 
Anderson Joseph, lab, r 3562, 22d 
Anderson Joseph, stev, r 2700, 25th 
Anderson Joseph H, tailor, 2809 Green- 
wich 
ANDERSON JOSEPH S, Pacific Coast 
representative Apollinaris and Apenta 
Waters, 510 Battery, tel Douglas S9S, 
r Fruitvale 
Anderson Julia M, widow, r 1S71 Page 
Anderson Julian C, teamster, r 540 Baker 
Anderson Julius, seaman, r 3575, 22d 
Anderson Kate, widow, dressmkg 852 

Haight 
Anderson Kenneth P, marine engr, r 

2565 Polk 
Anderson Knut, carp, r 248 States 
Anderson L, r 1886 Castro 
Anderson Lawrence, fireman, r 282 Eu- 
reka 
Anderson Lawrence, lab, r 3266 Laguna 
Anderson Lawrence F, painter, r 4171, 23d 
Anderson Lee E, carp, r 132 Hancock 
Anderson Leo J, elk, r 534, 46th 
Anderson Leonard r 408 Mississippi 
Anderson Lester, salesman, r 1574, 15th 
Anderson Lewis L, car repr Cal St Cable 

RR Co, r 3118 California 
Anderson Lilburn B, elk TJ S Customs, 

r 1351 Jackson 
Anderson Lillie Mrs, orchardist. r 29 



Vicksburg 
Anderson Lizzie 
Anderson Louis 
Anderson Louis, 



r 3336, 23d 
California 

Brunswick- 



widow, 
r 3118 
cabtml 

Collender Co, r 2627, 21st 
Anderson Louis, blksmith, 2907 Gough 
Anderson Louis, ironwkr, r 106 Roanoke 
Anderson Louis, millman, r 500 Bav 
Anderson Louis, ship joiner U I Wks Co, 

r 780 Illinois 
Anderson Louis E, elk Overland Frght 

Transfer Co, r Berkeley 
Anderson Louis H, atty, '1639 Fillmore, 

r 2285 Howard 
Anderson Louis J mach, r 70 Campbell 

Av 
Anderson Louis P, shoemkr, r 124 Henry 
Anderson Louis W, bartndr, r 1304 

Stockton 
Anderson L S Mrs widow, r 2060 Fell 
Anderson M, gripman U RR, r 1166 >/■ 

Washington 
Anderson M Mrs, widow, r 75 Wood- 
ward Av 
Anderson Marcellus O, capt police, r 1334 

Waller 
Anderson Marcus, lieut police, r 147 

Caledonia 
Anderson Maria, widow, r 1665 Lombard 
Anderson Marguit master mariner, r 924 

Fulton 
Anderson Martin, r 512 Lyon 
Anderson Martin, lab, r 706, 22d 
Anderson Martin, tentmkr, r 207 Church 



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Anderson Martin A, master mariner, r 

519 Alvarado 
Anderson Martin K. sec Marine Engi- 
neers Benevolent Soc, r Alameda 
Anderson Martinus, painter, r 10 Lundy 

Lane 
Anderson Mary, widow, r 2201 California 
Anderson Man', widow, r 657 Castro 
.Anderson Mary E Mrs, r 158 Clipper 
Anderson Matthew, lab, r 1108 Alabama 
Anderson M C Mrs. r 1722 Ellis 
Anderson Mervyn H, elk, r 223 Scott 
Anderson Metta Mrs, r 2507 Pine 
Anderson Michael, ship carp D I Wka 

Co, r 422 Missouri 
Anderson Miller, painter, r 22 Johnston 

Av 
Anderson N A, master mariner, S2 Mar- 
Anderson N C. painter, 126 Hayes, r 

Hotel Brilliant 
Anderson N E, maeh P C SS Co, r 44 03 

California 
Anderson Neil, stev, 300 Steuart 
Anderson Neils, brklayer. r 1170 Stanyan 
Anderson Nels, carp, r 1890 Castro 
Anderson Nels, cementwkr, r 2661, 21st 
Anderson Nels, eigarmkr, 21 Costa 
Anderson Nels, stev. r 1400. 15th 

■ Anderson Nels A, stev, r 346 Drumm 

I Anderson Nels K. ironwkr, r 3681, 16th 
Anderson Nelson, carp, r 1890 Castro 
Anderson Nelson, plumber, r 1722 Green- 

1 wich 

: Anderson Nicholas, ironwkr, r S44 Kansas 
Anderson Nils, laundryman, r 269 Rich- 
land Av 
Anderson Nils, liquors, 214 Steuart 
Anderson Nils G, carp, r 134 Clipper 
Anderson O C, r 212 Lang-ton 
Anderson O F, cabtmkr, r 2627, 21st 
Anderson Olaf, cooper, r 712 Girard 
Anderson Olaf, laundry driver, r 2020 
Howard 

- Anderson Olaf, stev, r 37 Ledyard 

1 Anderson Ole. plumber S P Co, r 462 Fell 
Anderson Ole, seaman, r 1779a 15th 
Anderson Ole A, asst engr str Oakland, 

r Oakland 

2 Anderson Oliver L, carp, r 17 Eugenia 
! Av 

Anderson Olof, cooper, r 712 Girard 

- lAnderson Olof, lab, r 508 Brannan 
Anderson Olof, waiter, r 2237 Mission 

' Anderson Oscar, r 4043, 26th 
Anderson Oscar, lab S P Co, r 315, 5th 
Anderson Oscar, lumberman, r 1309 La- 
guna 

• Anderson Oscar, maeh, r 505 Shotwell 
Anderson Oscar, master mariner, r 2295 

i Geary 

- Anderson Oscar, tailor, r 517, 7th Av 
Anderson Oscar A, calker, r 61 East Av 

». Anderson Oscar F, master mariner, Fer- 
ry Bldg 
. Anderson Oscar L, r 440 Broderick 
Anderson Oscar O, chief elk Cal Trans- 

■ portation Co, r Alameda 

Anderson Oscar W, carpetlayer M Fried- 
ill man & Co, r 2559 Polk 

Anderson Otto, r 3633, 19th 

Anderson Otto, brklayer, r 3349 22d 
" J Anderson Otto, carp, r 2661, 21st 

Anderson Otto, plumber, r 371 Crescent Av 

Anderson Otto, seaman, r 1779a 15th 
ij Anderson Otto A, carp, r 2872 Golden 

Gate Av 
:■ Anderson Otto E, bldr, 2816 Golden Gate 

I Av 
II Anderson Otto F, marine engr. 45 Steua.rt 

Anderson Paul, master str Dauntless, 



Elmhui 
Anderson Paul J, medical student, r 1 

Pierce 
Anderson Peder, stev, r 347 Drumm 
Anderson Peter, r 273 Crurch 
Anderson Peter (Anderson & Shaw) 

439 Fell 



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Andei'son Peter, 

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Anderson Peter. 
Anderson Peter, 

Natoma 
Anderson Peter. 
Anderson Peter, 
Anderson Peter. 
Anderson Pete 



boilermkr, r 2129 Lom- 



3d, r 45 



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ironwkr. r 352 Arleta 
lab. r 1036 Tennesse 
lab, r 2319 Folsom 
... lab, r 3131 Pierce 
Anderson Peter, laundrywkr, t 2239 Bry 

ant 
Anderson Peter, marine eng 

Greenwich 
Anderson Peter, shipfitter U 

r 1407, 7th Av 
Anderson Peter A. lab S 

Cemetery, r Presidio 
Anderson Peter G, prop 

r 114 Silver 
Anderson Peter H, bottler, r 2319 Folsom 
Anderson Peter H. painter, r 2419, 24th 
Anderson Peter N. driver Enterprise 

Brewing Co, r 342 Texas 
Anderson Peter P, painter, r 1513 Ellis 
Anderson Philip G. engraver, r (1 Pierce 
Anderson Rachel, widow, r 830 Col? 
Anderson Ralph H, r 1491 Guerrero 
Anderson Ray, maeh Henshaw, Bulkley 

& Co, r Oakland 
Anderson Rebecca, widow, r lOS.Dou,,- 

Anderson Reinhold L. propr Enterprise 

Lunch Kitchen, r 826 Baker 
Anderson Richard, marblewkr, r 4000, 22d 
Anderson Richard K. contr, r 122 Alpine 
Anderson Robert, elk H S Crocker Co. 

r 2319 Folsom 
Anderson Robert, driver, r 2662. 21st 
Anderson Robert A. picture fitter, r 554 

Hayes 
Anderson Robert E. orchardist. r 29 

Vicksburg 
Anderson Robert S (Anderson & Ost- 

hoff) r San Anselmo 
Anderson Robert S. mgr Auto Ignition 

Co, r 238 Linden Av 
Anderson Robert W, master mariner, r 

2606 Howard _ ". „ . _ 

Anderson Roy R. elk Geo W Caswell Co, 

r 71 Lafayette 
Anderson Robley C, dentist, 933 Market, 

r 997 Steiner 
Anderson S A, sec Royal Heating Co, 

r 412, 4th 
Anderson Samuel, ironwkr, r 67 Califor- 
nia Av 
Anderson Samuel, tailor, 2892 Pine 
Anderson Samuel P. cementwkr, r 2404 

Harrison 
Anderson Sophie Miss (Silvestri & Col 

r 403 Frederick 
Anderson Sterling, chauffeur, r 540 

Baker 



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Anderson Stewart M, with Shreve & Co, 

r Larkspur 
Anderson Swan, driver, r 247S Mission 
Anderson T P, ins, r 115 Frederick 
Anderson Theodore, carp, r 516 Diamond 
Anderson Theodore, carp, r 2933 Mission 
Anderson Theodore, lumberman, r 46 Mill 
Anderson Theodore, stev, r 213 Vicks- 

burg 
Anderson Thomas (Giannakopoulus & 

Anderson) r 321, 3d , 

Anderson Thomas, chief engr str Oak- 
land, r 2222, 15th 
Anderson Thomas, engr, r 629 Oak 
Anderson Thomas, sparmkr, r 2963, 26th 
Anderson Thomas, waiter, r 1819. I 
Anderson Thomas W, marine observer, 

r 534, 46th Av 
ANDERSON TRANSFER AND STOR- 
AGE CO, A H Anderson ragr, 20, 5th 
nr Market, tel Douglas 2177 
Anderson Uno, lumberman, r 18 Richland 

Anderson V A, with Shreve & Co, r Oak- 
land 
Anderson Victor, foreman Nat Ice Co, 

r 22 Cuvier 
Anderson Victor, musician, r 366 Grove 
Anderson Victor, tanner, 1418 Kansas 
Anderson Victor J (M S Hammer & Co) 

r 1201, 8th Av 
Anderson Wallace, asst bkkpr Acme 

Lumber Co, r 2442 Howard 
Anderson Walter, r 1221 San Bruno Av 
Anderson Waiter, carp, r 961, 14th 
Anderson Walter, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
ANDERSON WALTER G, pies and mgr 

Hendv Electrical Co, r 3645 Clay 
Anderson Walter L, office sec Y M C A, 

r 1220 Geary 
Anderson W E, marine engr, r 4 403 Cali- 
fornia 
Anderson Webster, elk, r 2268 Market 
Anderson Wellington J, r 79 Rondel PI 
Anderson Wilhelm. elk, r 512 Noe 
Anderson William, r 579 Liberty 
Anderson William, r 912, 22d 
Anderson William, bartndr. r 3335, 24th 
Anderson William, benchband, r 2410 

Fillmore 
Anderson William, elk M A Gunst & 

Co, r 1420 Webster 
Anderson William, lab. r 129S Treat Av 
Anderson William, painter, r 521 Capitol 

Av 
Anderson William, stev, r 550 Paris 
Anderson William, upholst, r 2104 Green- 
wich 
Anderson William, with Boesch Lamp 

Co, 1135 Mission 
Anderson William A, stev, r 2745 Bryant 
Anderson William B, painter, r 413 



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Anderson William C, salesman Blake, 

Moffitt & Towne, r 2729 Filbert 
Anderson William D, contr, r 1221 San 

Bruno Av 
Anderson William E, 

Bros & Delzelle 
Anderson William F, porter, 

toma 
Anderson William J (Kidd & Anderson) 

r 388 Elizabeth 
Anderson William J, salesman, r 2b4 

Frederick „ A „. „ , 

Anderson William P, student, r 2294 Ful- 

Anderson William R (A W Anderson & 
Son and Anderson & Flaherty) r 512 
Noe T „ . 

Anderson William T, salesman L Feld- 
mann & Co, r 546 Jersey 

Anderson William. T Jr, elk L Feldmann 
& Co, r 546 Jersey 

Anderson William W, elk Asesssor, r 
253, 11th Av „ 

Anderson William W, contr. Monadnock 
Bldg. r Oakland 

ANDERSON WINSLOW, physician, 1065 
Sutter, tel Franklin 137, r Fairmont 

Anderson W T, brkmn, r 2969 Sacra- 
mento , , 

Anderson & Bailev (G Anderson and A 
P Bailev) plumbers, 216 Steuart 

Anderson & Borgeson (A Anderson and 
F Borgeson) bakery, 601, 3d Av 

ANDERSON & CO, C Anderson mgr, 
carpenters and builders, 1623 Eddy, 
tel West 4911 

Anderson & Flaherty (W R Anderson 
and P J Flaherty) cigars, 777 Market 

Anderson & Johnson (A R Anderson and 
P Johnson) liquors, 60S Pacific 

Anderson & Lewis (A W Anderson and 
J E Lewis) whol jewelers, 568 Golden 
Gate Av 

Anderson & Osthoff (R S Anderson and 
H W Osthoff) painters, 2380 Cali- 
fornia , - 

Anderson & Shaw (P Anderson and G V 
Shaw) contrs, 226 Willow Av 

Anderson & Topp (H T Anderson and 
W W Topp) liquors, 38 Stockton 

i£3"Anderson. See Andersen, Andresen 
and Enderson 

Anderton Albert, propr Six Mile House, 
r San Bruno Av and County line 

Anderton Frederick C, tanner, r 1607 
Vallejo 

Anderton G L, salesman C W R Ford 

ANDERTON JNO GAY1E, mgr Scofleld 

Construction Co, r 1100 Lombard 
Anderton Robert C, chauffeur, r 1607 

Andes Silver Mining Co, 339 Bush 
Andichou John, fireman, r 1516, Sth Av 

South 
Andichou Max (Clavere 
1516, 8th Av South 
Andker Andrew, tailor, - 
Andker Emil. student, r 
Andler Joseph V, elk. r 
Andraca Alphonse, waiter, 

Av South 
Andrada Antone. lab. r 1073 Church 
Andrade Joseph S, marine engr, 4;> 

Steuart 
Andrade Julio, painter, r 28 Gilbert 
Andrae Mav, widow, r 845 Golden Gate Av 
Andrae M C Mrs, widow, hair specialist, 

1525 Sutter 
Andre Carl, millman, r 190S. 15th 
Andre Jules, brklayer, r 1145a Stockton 
Andre Leon (Regent & Andre) r Oak- 
land 
Andre J Lewis, elk Selby Smelting & 

Lead Co, r 564, 5th Av 
Andre Louis (Johnson & Andre) r Oak- 
land 



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Andre Susan „ 

Hi; -Andre. See Andrie 

Andrea Belto, fisherman, r 1190, 19th 

Av South . 

Andrea Christian, driver Standard Milk 

Co, r 1276, 16th Av South 
Andrea Florian, r 1276. 16th Av South 
Andrea Marie Mrs, dairy, 1276, lbtn Av 

South 
tFAndreano. See Andriano 
Andreas Carrie widow r i03a Stcir.i 
Andreas John, cigars, 603 King, r 800, ith 
Andreas Nicholas, barber, r 295, -1th 
Andreason A F, r 410 Clement 
Andreci Janes, fruits. 512 Pacific 
Andree Carl, carp, r 1908, 15th 
Andreen Carl, repr Sherman, Clay & U 
Andreen Carl E, elk U S Pension 

Agency, r 208 Dolores 
Andreen Philip Rev. pastor Swedish 

Lutheran Ebenezer Church, r 208 

Dolores 
JES-Andregg. See Anderegg . 

Andrencieti Joseph, r 2040 Greenwich 
Andreotti Giovanni, r 2998 Franklin 



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Andreotti Italo, instrumentmkr, 

Silver Av 
Andreotti N A, instrumentmkr, l 

Silver Av 
/H-Andreotti. See Andnotti 
Andres Dorthea Mrs. r 886 Fell 
Andres Felix O (Pioneer Metal 

Glass Sign Co) r 2916 Larkin 
Andres Louise, widow, r 2190 Creen 
Andres Peter, plumber, r 7 Sumner 
Vndresen Andrew, teamster, r 23911 Bryant 
Andresen Carl O, elk W P Fuller & Co 

r Berkeley 
Andresen Christian, r 1236 Mason 
Andresen Elza Miss, teacher dancing, 

Andresen Hans, tailor, r 1118 McAllister 
Andresen Henry E, carp, r 849 Florida 
Andresen Ingeborg Miss, r 
Andresen Julius, painter, r 
Andresen Julius C, cooper, 

Av South 
Andresen Louis (Andresen 

r 3648, 22d „„„, „. 

Andresen Martin, cigars, 2501 Mission, 

Andresen Nels A, driver, r 269 Richland 

Andresen Nicholas, carp, r 3035 Fillmore 
Andresen Olaf. tanner, r 1540 Treat Av 
Andresen P. liquors, r 666. 9th 
Andresen Peter E, cooper, r 244 1 San 

Bruno Av 
Andresen Peter E, stenogr W F & Co 

Ex, r 1206 Grove 
Vndresen & Hansen (L Andresen and L 

Hansen) butchers. 1190 Valencia 
£S=Andresen. See Andersen and Ander- 

Andrew Adam, pres Shasta Water Co, 

r 1900 Pierce „_„„ 

Andrew Alfred G, plumber, r 34S1, 22d 
Andrew Annie Miss, r 1900 Pierce 
Andrew Annie E, widow, nurse, r -38 

Shotwell ■ _ 

Andrew Charles, carp, r 269 1 Howard 
Andrew Chris, laundryman Metropolitan 

Laundry Co 
Andrew Elizabeth W, widow, r 1944 De- 

visadero 
Andrew Mark, carp, r 1100 Taylor 
Andrew Thomas J, r 12S8 McAllister 
Andrew William Mrs, widow, r 698 Fell 
ANDREW A, propr Diamond Palace, 

diamonds, watches and jewelry, 909- 

911 Van Ness Av, r Baltimore Hotel, 

tel Franklin 2171 
Andrews Abbie L, station agt S P Co, 

Ocean View 
Andrews A D. salesman Dodge, Sweeney 

& Co, r 549 Turk 
Andrews A H Co, office fixtures, Paeiht 

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Andrews Alexander, carp, r 13 Johnston 

Av 
Andrews Allan B, driver, r 1362 Hayes 
Andrews Arthur, tailor, r 772b Natoma 
Andrews Augusta E, widow, r 312 Bart- 

lett „ „. 

Andrews Carl, waiter, r 92. 2d 
Andrews Caroline, widow, r i Sumner 
Andrews Charles, carp, r 2697 Howard 
Andrews Charles S. mach, r 12 i Julian Av 
Andrews Charles T, mgr Monroe Lumber 

Co, r Palo Alto 
Andrews C L, cook Brooklyn Hotel 
Andrews Clarence, elk S P Co, r Ber- 
keley 
Andrews Edward W, elk E Clemens 

Horst Co, r 4983, 17th 
ANDREWS EDWIN HAROLD, atty-at- 
law, 709 Chronicle Bldg, r 312 Bart- 
lett 
Andrews Emma, widow, r 1937 Broad- 
Andrews Ernest, acct Canadian Bank of 

Commerce, r 2649 Clay 
Andrews F H. bkkpr German-American 

Ins Co, r Sausalito 
Andrews F J. sec The Peacock, r Bur- 

lingame 
Andrews Frank, glassblower, r 2159 

Howard 
Andrews Frank P. elk New Western Ho- 
tel, r 808 Kearny 
Andrews Fred, fireman, r 181 Sagamore 
Andrews George F, engr str Gold 
Andrews George W, sec H Moffat & Co, 

r 21 Commonweatlh Av 
Andrews Gerhard N, painter, r 382 San 

Miguel 
Andrews Harriet, widow, r 55h Rausch 
Andrews Harry A, physician, 1361 Va- 
lencia 
Andrews Harry W, druggist, r 3032, lbth 
Andrews Henry, r 322 Guerrero 
Andrews Herbert L, painter, r 665a Cas- 

Andrews Isabella A, widow, r 1275, 45th 

Av 
Andrews James, contr. r 69 Waller 
Andrews James R (Pratt & Andrews) 

r 716 Waller 
ANDREWS JESSE S, pres Fisher & C 

Inc, r 2270 Broadway 
Andrews John (Excelsior Real Estate 

Co) r 633 London 
Andrews John, lab Q M Dept U S A, r 



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Andrews John 
Andrews John 
Andrews John 

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Andrews John 
Andrews Joh 



marine engr, 45 Steuart 
A, r 1390 McAllister 
C, harnessmkr, r 2S04 

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P, plumber, r . 
R, vice-pres Sorenson Co, 
2593 Mission, r 3443. 20th 
Andrews Joseph, elk, r 40 Sanchez 



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Andrews Joseph C. r 382 San Miguel 
Andrews Joseph F. barber. 3218 Mission 
Andrews J W, r 3006 California 
Andrews Lester G, shoemkr. r 408 La- 



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Andrews Lincoln 

15th Av South 
Andrews Louis, hoseman Engine 26, r 

352, 2d Av 
Andrews Louis T, viee-pres Pioneer 

Press & Iron Wks, r 1333 Grove 
Andrews Margaret, w.dow, r 141a Dpre 
Andrews Margaret Miss, nurse, r 1404 

Andrew" Marin, cabtmkr r 40 Sanchez 
Andrews Martin, stev, r 1224, 18th 
Andrews Mary, widow, r 1600_ Treat Av 
Andrews Mattie, widow, r 1253 Ootavia 
Andrews Melville J, baker, r 3S2 San 

Miguel _ . 

Andrews Mitchell, lab, r 2005 Point Lo- 

bos Av 
Andrews Nelson (Bowes & Andrews) r 

Berkeley " „„„ 

Andrews Noble E, brkmn S P Co, r 633 

London ' T 

Andrews R, driver Union Merchants Ice 

Delivery Co, r 1245 Noe 
Andrews Richard H. elk S PCo, r Lo- 

mita Park 

housesmith. r 511b 



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Andrews Thomas 
Castro 

Andrews Thomas 
3037a 24th 

Andrews Thomas 

Andrews Thomas 
Howard ' 

Andrews Thomas H. stage mech, r 1288 
McAllister 

ANDREWS THOMAS P, office 40 4 Chron- 
icle Bldg, tel Kearny 4769. r 1265 

Andrews Tyre N. carp, r 16 Railroad Av 

Andrews Vernon, salesman V Chiuda 
& Co, r 1464. 10th Av 

Andrews William, cash receiver O Con- 
nor. Moffatt & Co. r 2804 "" 

Andrews William, trimmer, r 
bard 

Andrews Will 
» 200, 22d 

teamster, r 1054 Noe 



2055 Lom- 
Risdon Iron Wks, 



2333 

Andros, An- 



3359, 21st 
pres Direct 



Andrews Willi; 

Andrews Warren A, cabtr 

Folsom 
,( Andrews. See Andrew, 

dross and Andrus 
Andrewsen Andrew P. solr, 
Andriano A Koch, 1st vice ,.. 

Line General Telephone Co 
Andriano Giacomo. fruits, 4686. 
Andriano Giuseppe. restaurant 

Polk 



Electrical Supplies 



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119-123 New Montgomery St. 

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY 



jttTAndrie. See Andre and Andria 
Andrien Anton, tanner Isaac Levy 
Andrien Gabriel, cooper, r 1214, N St 

South 
Andros Anatasio, cook, r 1416f Post 
Andros Milton (Andros & Hengstler) r 
1926 Broadway __ 

ANDROS & HENGSTLER (Milton An- 
dros and Louis T Hengstler) attys- 
at-law, 624 Kohl Bldg . 

Androus Schuyler N, r 2118 Union 
Andrus John M, carp, r 1608 48th Av 
Andrus John R, boxmkr, r 1648, 48th Ay 
Andruss George R, elk Hongkong & 
Shanghai Banking Corp, r Berkeley 
Andruss Merrill E, painter, r 2189 How- 
ard _. 
Andruss Newton F, salesman Phoenix 

Tool & Valve Co, r 82 Jordan Av 
if^Andruss. See Andrew, Andrews and 

Andross 
Andrusetti Eugene, fish, r 128, 3d Av 
Andsen Fred T, stev, r 782 Clayton 
Andvig Jens, marine engr, 45 bteuart 
Anerich Paul J, dep U S Marshall, r 

734 7th Av 
Anest Gustave. lab S P Co. r 505. F 
Anestasio Manuel (Anestasio & Stama- 

tio) r 1551 Laguna 
Anestasio & Stamatio (M Anastasio and 
A Stamatio) restaurant. 1582 Post 
Anewalt Harry P. asst Genl Frt Agt 

A T & S F Rv, r 2693 Union 
Anfenger Joseph, sec Brace-Anfenger 

Co, r 3167 Sacramento 
Anfenson Thomas O, carp, r 61 Naples 
Anfinsen Bernard, master mariner, r £.1 

Stoneman , 

Anfinson Anfin, lab, r 133 Parker Ay 
Angel Anna E Miss, teacher, r 1311a 

Masonic Av 
23"Angel. See Angell, Ankel, Engel, 

Engle and Enkle 
Angelbeck Fred, die setter, r 715 Point 

Lobos Av 
Angelbeck William, r 230, 2 1st Av 
Angeles August, mtrman, r 2810 Laguna 
Angeles L, lab. r 752 Valjeio 
Angeles Nick, janitor, r 1519 Eddy 
Angeli Angelo, ship carp U I Works Co, 

r 773 Kansas . 

Angeli Joseph, liquors, 41 i Davis, r 

1400 Silver Av „„-,,, 

Angeli Santina. widow, r 63 Belcher 
Angelich William, r 1246 Leavenworth 
Angelini Attilio, lab, r 2856 Gough _ 
Angelini James, salesman A Nardini & 

Co 189 Washington 
Angelini Pietro, lab, r 2856 Gough 
Vngelis Edward C, cooper, r 1138 Florida 
Angelis Rudolph, butcher, r 51 Capp 
Angelius Charles, mtrman L RR. i 29()„ 

Harrison 
Angelius Fred, driver, r 427, 32d Ay 
Angelius Richard J. laundry, r 3SS< 2. th 
Angeli Chester L, mech engr Am Dredg- 
ing Co, r 2200 Howard 
Angell H M, bkkpr S F Gas & Elec Co, 

r 978 Ellis 
Angell Horace B. r 2200 Howard 
Angell Otis B, r 2200 Howard, 
ANGEL1.0TTI PRANK M, associate 
justice Supreme Court of California 
chambers Wells Fargo Bldg, 2d and 

Angelo Anton, teamster, r 826 Hamilton 
Angelo Ellen, widow, r 579 Haight 
Engelo Edward J. bkkpr S F Gas ,v 

Elec Co. r 818 Buchanan 
Angelo Henry J, druggist, r 541 Oak 
Angelo Martin, r 9 Virginia Av 
Angelo The, lodgings, 293, 8th 
Angelo Wallace P. mgr Oregon & Wash- 
ington Box Shook Agency, r Oakland 
Angelopas Anton, tanner, r 2077 Howard 
Vimelopolo D, liquors, 683 Folsom 
Angelos James, lab S P CO, r 18 Caro- 
lina . 



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Angelotti Frances L, widow, r 1620 

Broadway ; 

Angelovich Frank, lab, r i91 Minna 
Angelovich George R, r 1356 Sacramento 
Angelovich Joseph, fireman, r 13ob Sac- 
ramento 
ANGELS QUARTZ MINING CO (An- 
gels Camp) A M Randol sec, 711 Bal- 
boa Bldg . 
Angelucci James, lab, r 4o0 Union 
Angelus Andrew, groceries, 101 Lake- 

AngefJs George, barber, r 702 Folsom 

Angelus Manufacturing Co, 110 feuttei 

Angelus Mills (Los Angeles) Sperry 
Flour Co, proprs, 133 Spear 

ANGELUS THE, Guldi & Geppert 
proprs, 215-217 Kearny 

Angelus The, lodgings. 236, 4th 

Angelus Peter, with Andrew Angelus, r 
101 Lakeview Av 

Angelus Richard, driver, r 388 i, 2atn 

Angenatti Joseph, window cleaner, r IS 
Fargo PI . ,. 

Angenatti Pius, window cleaner, i oO 
Boardman PI 

Angerbauer A, mech. r 448 Anderson 

Angermann Anna, widow, r 23 1 Lexing- 
ton Av , 

Angermann Ewald H, buyer Blank B 
Peterson Co, r 237 Lexington Av 

Angermann Oscar, sausage mfr, 1S25 
Howard, r 1487, 15th 

Angermuende Paula, widow, teacher mu- 
sic, r 3584, 18th . ,„„„ 

Angerstein Frederick, musician, r 10ob 
Florida _ 

Angevine Orley C, cashier St Francis 
Hotel, r 2159 Mission 

Angier D L Mrs, widow, r lbo5 Haight 

ia Angier. See Angeir ' 

Angin John, teamster, r 5i Pixley A\ 

Anglade John (Bourda Anglade & Ber- 
geron) r 2034 Wayland 
\nglasay Delia, widow, r 2924 Folsom 

Anglasav Henry, foreman Haslett Ware- 
house Co, r 1407 Dolores 

Anglasay Richard, boilermkr, r 3248 
Folsom ' 

Angle James A, elk Diamond Rubber Co, 
r929 Scott 

Anglin Edmond, livery stable, r 733, 5th 

Anglin William E. marine engr, 45 
Steuart _„ 

ANGLO-AMERICAN CORPORATION, 

664-666 Mills Bldg 

ANGLO-AMERICAN CROCKERY AND 
GLASSWARE CO, 36 to 50 Beale. tels 
Douglas 1287 and Kearny 3756 

Anglo Building, NW cor 16th and Mis- 

ANGLO-CALIFORNIAN BANK THE 

(Ltd) Ignatz Steinhart and Philip N 
Lilienthal mgrs, NW cor Pine and 

(Ltd) 



ANGLO-CALIFORNIAN BANK (Ltd) 

Van Ness Av branch, A L Langer- 
man mgr, 1020 Van Ness Av cor Myr- 
tle Av 
ANGLO-SOUTH AMERICAN BANK, W 

R Grace & Co agts. 612-622 California 
Anglum Daniel E, liquors. 1700 Market 

and 70 East, r 423 Hickory Av 
Anglum John, bartndr, r 2312, 23d 
Angonnet Bernard (Angonnet Bros) r 

1107 Mason 
Angonnet Bros (F and B) coal. ISO Spear 
Angonnet Frank (Angonnet Bros) r 329 

23d Av 
Angove T R, driver, r 151 Page 
Angus Adam, carp, r 641 McAllister 
Angus Gustave S, r 2522 Union 
Anhalt Rudolph, eapmkr, r 1133 Pierce 
Anie Frederick, polisher, r 44a Juniper 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AN0 AUCTIONEERS 

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ANIMALS' HOME, S F Society for Pre- 
vention of CrueiLy to Animals. 2514 
16th cor Alabama, tels Market 5<6 
and Market 1318 
ANITA GOLD MINING CO, 339 Mont- 
gomery 
Anita Hotel. 124 Turk 
Anita Land Co, 244 California 
Anixter Abraham, jeweler, 1722 Devisa- 

dero, r 1406 Golden Gate Av 
Anixter Albert J, teamster, r 1511 Turk 
Anixter Benjamin (H Anixter & Sons 

Inc) r 1422 Devisadero 
Anixter David H, elk Anixter & Sons, 

r 2680 Bush 
ANIXTER H 8c SONS (Inc) (H L H and 
B Anixter) proprs Riverdale Cream- 
ery, 1416-141S Devisadero, tel West 

Anixter Harris (H Anixter & Sons Inc), 

r 1422 Devisadero 
Anixter Isaac, milk, r 2508 McAllister 
Anixter L Mrs. r 1410 Devisadero 
Anixter Louis, cigars, 1562 Eddy, r 1406 

Golden Gate Av 
Anixter Louis H (H A Anixter & Sons 

Inc) r 1410 Devisadero 
Anixter Maxwell, decorator, r 1406 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
Ankel Harry, adv. r 125 < Octavia 
*' Ankel. See Angell. Engle and Enkle 
Ankele John H. genl agt Cosmopolitan 

Fire Ins Co of N Y, r Alameda 
Anker George, lab, r 1630, 10th Av 
Anker Nicholas A, biologist, r b3 Jolm 
Ankers George, elk Haas Bros, r Mill 

Valley „„, „_,, 

Ankerson Peter, cook, r 3364, 25th 
Ankerson George P. lab U S Mint, r 
Fruitvale ...,,, 

Annareau Thomas, salesman, r 1907% 

Devisadero 
Annear John A, policeman, r 181 ban- 
mount ■ , 
Annels Ernest, joiner, r 514 Missouri 
Annesley H J, frt elk P C SS Co, r Ala- 
meda „ , . (, 

Annis Charles H. finisher Buckingham & 

Hecht r 3426, 21st 
Annis Charles H Jr, elk S P Co, r 132 

Annis Cornelius, adv mgr Western World 

Magazine, r 44 7 Eddy 
Annis Henrv E. elk Postofflce, r 193, 4th 
Annis Hugh R. r 2048 Green 
(trAnnis. See Ennis and Jnnes 
Anot Ernest, foreman E H Lancel to, 

r 826g Greenwich 
Anrvs Frank, mgr Wiley B Allen to. r 

937 Buchanan 
\nsaldo A & Co (A Ansaldo) wood and 

coal. 235 Scott 
Ansaldo Antonio (A Ansaldo & Co) r 

235 Scott 



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Ansberg Benjamin, driver, r 1572 Hayes 
Ansberg Isidor, elk, r 1572 Hayes 
Ansberg Lena, widow, r 1572 Hayes 
Ansborough Pliilip. porter, r 751, 3d 
Ansbro Matthew C, r 2690 Filbert 
Ansbro Matthew H, r 2690 Filbert 
Ansell J. stev, r 1545, 11th Av 
Ansell John M. insp, r 755 Clayton 
Ansell Percival L, salesman Jos Dixon 

Crucible Co, r Oakland 
Anselm Henry, lab, r 461 Madrid 
Anselmann Adolph, liquors, 599 Turk, 

r 150 Clinton Park 
Anselmi Robert, bkkpr R S Chapman, r 

400 Golden Gate Av 
Anseloni Antone, barber, r 136 Winfleld 

Av 
fti'Ansenhofer. See Anzenhofer 
Anshultz Samuel D (Anshultz & Miller) 

r 2053 Mission 
Anshultz & Miller (S D Anshultz and 
Mrs B Miller) bazaar. 2053 Mission 
Ansia George F. r 2110 McAllister 
Ansino Giuseppe, molder Merle Orna- 
mental Iron & Bronze Co, r 12 Laf- 
ayette 
Ansler Herman, plumber, r 45 Merritt 
Ansley James C, engr, r 1140 Florida 
Anson B, salesman, r 138, 6th 
Anson Bertie, widow, r 1021 Laguna 
Ansonia The, 1457 Geary 
Ansonia The, lodgings, 1756 Gearv 
Ansot Henry, elk City of Paris, r 1624 

Vallejo 
Ansot Henry J, teacher fencing, r 1624 

Vallejo 
Anspach Grover, macli, r 725 Hampshire 
Anspach Louis B (Hanekamp & Ans- 
pach) r 280 Diamond 
Anspach Phillipina, widow, r 725 Hamp- 
shire 
Anspach William, bartndr, r 725 Hamp- 
shire 
Anspacher Bros, S Anspacher pres, hay 

and grain, Mills Bldg 
Anspacher Joseph, r 127 Central Av 
Anspacher Joseph, r 1353 McAllister 
Anspacher Philip B. sec Anspacher Bros, 

r 2976 Pacific Av 
Anspacher Simon, pres Anspacher Bros 
Antes F (Antes & Ferris) r 1433 Steiner 
Antes & Ferris (F Antes and G A Fer- 
ris) restaurant, 1433 Steiner 
Antheinen Leo. dairy, 19 Capp 
Antheinen John, elk. r 19 Capp 
Anthemon Fred, boilermkr, r 3727 Brod- 

erick 
Anthes Frank F, with Shreve & Co r 

298 Laurel Av 
Anthes Fred P, musician, r 298 Laurel 



lies Gustave, 


barber. 


r 295, 4th 


lies Louis H. 


elk. r 2: 


Fair Av 


lies Peter, r 7 


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Anthes Peter Jr, teamster, r 761 San 
Jose Av 

Anthes William, telegraph opr, r 1292 
Turk 

Anthoni Maurice H. V S Naturalization 
Examiner Dept of Justice, r Berkeley 

Anthony A K, with Dunham, Carrigan i 
Hayden Co, r Berkeley 

Anthony Alfred, teamster, r 203, 9th 

Anthony Alice L Mrs, r 320 Capp 

Anthony Amelia Mrs. widow, r 553 San- 
chez 

Anthony Carrie Miss, r 1522 Hyde 



Anthonv David A. 


cook, r 1014 Potrero 


Av 




Anthony Edwin K, 


asst supt S P Co. r 


Alameda 




ANTHONY H M, 


atty-at-law, 372-4-6 



Monadnock Bldg 
Anthony J, steamfitter John C Sutton 

Co, r 1660 Bush 
Anthony Jacob Rev. r 231 Castro 
Anthony James, brklayer, r 1154 Ply- 
mouth Av 
Anthony Jesse C. physician, 1901 Post 
Anthony George V. Railway Postal elk, 

r Merced, Cal 
Anthony Guy L. foreman Goldman Elec 

Co, r 128, 12th Av 
Anthony Harry E. chauffeur Wells Fargo 

Nevada Nat Bank, r 1480 Waller 
Anthony Lena, widow, r 2591 Sutter 
Anthony Le Roy W, sec Williams Hard- 
ware and Stove Co, r 41, 5th Av 
Anthony Louis T (Cullen & Anthony) r 

Larkspur 
ANTHONY MARC, attv-at-law, 966 Mar- 
ket, tel Franklin 3502 
Anthony Meyer, printer, r 213% Dorland 
Anthony Robert C, chauffeur, r 692, 3d 

Av 
Anthony Sarah, widow, r 763 Capp 
«5"Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 
Anthracite Coal Corporation, D D Stark 

sec, Beale St wharf 
Anthropological Department University 

of California, Parnassus Av nr 1st Av 
ANTI JAPANESE LAUNDRY LEAGUE, 

483 Guerrero 
Anti Wall Plaster Co, 19 23 Market 
Anticevich Mark iRakela, Gurach & 

Anticevich) r 1565 Powell 
Antig Herman, fireman, r 24 Bronte 
Antipa Alexander, r 2413 A 
Antipa Nicholas, fruits. Cliff Av, r 607 

25th Av 
Antipa Louis, fruits, 25, 4th, r 474 Clara 
Antley Luke M, electn, r 373c Ivy Av 
Antognini G E, pres Swiss-American Pub 

Co, r 1541 Stockton 
Antoine Calmel, tanner, r 1736, 13th Av 

South 
Antoinette John, elk, r 924 Valencia 
Anton George, barber, 347S San Bruno 

Av 
Anton John, sheet metal wkr, r 1807 

Stockton 
Antone Charles, watchman, r 519% Capp 
Antone Dely, lab, r 604 Mississippi 
Antone John, coppersmith TJ I Works 

Co, r 3696, 19th 
Antone John, sheet metalwkr, r 1367a 

Natoma 
Antone Mary J, widow, r 422 Grove 
Antonen John, cook, r 1310 Powell 
Antonetti Edward, with Whittier, Co- 
burn Co. r 244 Noe 
Antoni Ermenegileto. r 411 Lyon 
Antoni Louisa Mrs, r S64 Lombard 
Antoni Samuel (Pellegrini & Antoni) 

2040 Greenwich 
S^fAntoni. See Anthonv and Antonv 
ANTON1ADIS CHRIST, restaurant, 1543 

Devisadero, r 1517 Devisadero 
Antonietti John, dairyman, r 17 Alemany 
Antonini G B (Martinelli & Antonini) r 

641 Turk 



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Antonini Giovannini B, 

Kearny 
Antonini John, plasterer 



liquors. 1034 
r 23 Holloway 



Antonini Paul, elk, r 65 4 Green 
Antonini Paul, plasterer, r 23 Holloway 

Av 
Antonio John D, mgr N Toia. r 227 Val- 

lejo 
Antonio Colombo, lab. r 924 North Point 
Antonios Nicholas, eoncretewkr. r 239 

Antonovich Antonio, lab, r 509 Cole 
Antonovich Dominick G. salesman, r 1480 

Waller 
Antonovich Emile P, architect, 333 

Kearny, r 144 Sanchez 
Antonovich F, gauger TJ S Int Rev collr, 

r 2057, 15th 
Antonovich Nicholas, r 1915 Howard 
Antonovich William G, atty, 712 Mont- 
gomery, r 144 Sanchez 
Antonsen Frederick C, elk, r 914 Florida 
Antonsen Hans, r 2329 Humboldt 
Antonv Carrie, widow, r 819 North Point 
Antonv Frank, elk S P Co, r 375 Haight 
£J"Antony. See Anthony and Antoni 
Antrim H C, cond U RR, r 130 Brod- 

Antrim Howard F, cigars, 1118 Market, 

r 2623h Mission 
Antrim Lottie, widow, r 2623h Mission 
Antron Edward P, mining, r 2209 Gisary 
Antwiler Charles J. foreman Tubbs Cor- 
dage Co, r 241 Missouri 
Antwiler Charles J Jr. carp, r 241 Mis- 
souri 
A.NTZ ALBERT H, see Sierra Art & En- 
graving Co, r Ross 
Anwav Clayton L, notions. 1793 Haight 
Anzak Antone, carp, r 2659 Florida 
Anzine Michael, butcher, r 3945, 18th 
AOKI TAISEIDO, M Aoki propr, books 
and stationery, whol and retail, 1601 
Geary, tel West 5361 
Aoki H Rev, supt Japanese Episcopal 

Mission, r 2860 Pine 
Apel Anna Mrs, r 4 Wolfe 
Apel Ferdinand C, cigar mfr, 526 Waller 
Apel Josephine, widow, r 37 Bessie Av 
Apel William, ropemkr, r 4 Wolfe 
fcTApel. See Appel, Appell and Apple 
Apfel Adolph, barber, r 517a Shotwell 
Apfelbach Louis, baker, r 374 California 

Av 
Apfleck Frank, r 574 Waller 
Apgar Charles W, elk, r 530 Alabama 
Aplin Walter, restaurant, 3117, 16th, r 

2041 Turk 
Apollo Building, 1130 Market 
Apollo Oil Co, Kohl Bldg 
Apostal G, shoemkr, r 1505 Bryant 
Apostolic Faith Mission, 215 Locust Av 
Apostolo Antonasio. barber, r 1011 Flo- 
rida 
Apostolos Andrew, mach S P Co, r 1799 

Rhode Island 
Appel Abraham H, organizer Woodmen 

of the World, r 948 Oak 
Appel Arthur A, salesman E C Heller & 

Co, r 244 Myrtle Av 
Appel Cyril, draftsman H A Schulze, r 

271 Clinton Park 
Appel D M, lieut-col dep surgeon L S 

A, r Cosmos Club 
Appel Frank J, vineyardist, r Royal 

House 
Appel Julius, salesman Hinz & Landt. r 

271 Clinton Park 
Appel William A, sec C A Hutton Co, 

r 1605 Scott 
4.FAppel. See Alipel, Apel, Appell and 

Apple 
APPELL GEORGE, atty-at-law, 805 
Metropolis Bank Bldg. tel Douglas 
2140, r 1505 Laguna 
g^T Appell. See Apel, Appel and Apple 



Gorham Rubber Company 

"AiyiAZOIN" 

BELTING, PACKING, HOSE 

50-56 FREMONT STREET 



Apperley Lydia 

AV 
Apperley William H, marble cutter, r 

1529 Golden Gate Av 
Apperson Charles L, sec. r 473 Page 
Apperson Edgar, lino opr, r 1875 Ellis 
Appiano M, r 535 Union 
Appiarius Doretta, widow, r 3330, 19th 
Appiarius Edgar L, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 1810 O'Farrell 
Appiarius Frank W, r 1810 O'Farrell 
Appiarius Henry, glasswkr, r 3330, 19th 
Appiarius Louis M, elk Baker & Hamil- 
ton, r 1810 O'Farrell 
Apple Benjamin, physician, 406 Sutter, r 

648 Waller 
Apple Jacob, sec Cunningham, Curtiss & 

Welch, r 2304 Devisadero 
Apple John, plasterer, r 3S6 Hayes 
Apple Morris, salesman R Shapro Co, r 

52, 2d 
Apple Robert L, bkkpr Postofflce, r Ala- 
meda 
Apple William, elk, r 1605 Scott 
Apple William B, bartndr, r 4Sth and 

Cliff Avs 
i<TApple. See Apel, Appel and Appell 
Applebaum Harry, peddler, r 1563 Turk 
Applebaum Samuel, cond U RR. r 936 

McAllister 
Appleby Charles H, insp TJ RR, r 1492 

Guerrero 
Applebv Ernest, elk, r 1509 Buchanan 
Appleby Frank, carp, r 152 Cook 
Appleby Martha A Mrs, notions, 1509 

Buchanan 
Appleby Robert, blksmith, r 4420 San 

Bruno Av 
Applefield Clara, widow, r 20 Park Ct 
Applefield Eva, teacher music, r 20 Park 

Ct 
Applefield William, cigarmkr, r 20 Park 

Applegarth George A (Macdonald & Ap- 
plegarth) r 41, 1st Av 

Applegarth Sarah E Miss, nurse, r 731 
Buena Vista Av 

Applegate Douglass R. draftsman, r 69 
Llovd 

Applegate George B. mach, r 2633 Sutter 

Applegate John J, broker, 127 Montgom- 
ery, r 1221 Devisadero 

Applegate William E (Applegate & Weil) 
r 342 Sutter 

APPLEGATE & WEIL (W E Applegate 
and Jules Weil) proprs The Chantilly. 
342-350 Sutter 

Appleton Abe. draftsman Howard & Gal- 
loway, r Berkeley 

Appleton Charles B, bridgetndr Key 
Route Ferry, r Oakland 

Appleton Charles L. agt, r 3877, 17th 

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Appleton Morris, furnitui 

1576 O'Farrell 
Appleton William, foreman Spring Val- 
ley Water Co. r Berkeley 
Appleton William A, polisher, r 3454 

19th 
Appling Columbus, chan Jeliermkr, r 

1528 Treat Av 
Appling John, cook, r 192 Hawthorne 
Appling John D, teamster, r 379. IStli Av 
Appmann George, sheet metal Wks, 446 

7th. r 1161a Harrison 
Appraisers Building U S. E s Sansome 

bet Washington and Jackson 
Appraisers Store U S, Appraisers Bldg, 

1st floor 
Apte Rose Mrs, r 2S Langton 
SS Aquin. See d'Aquin 
Arado Anton, bartndr. r 4827 Mis 
Aragni John, waiter, r 353 Winfleld Av 
Aragona Antonio, tailor, r 835 Greenwich 
Aragone Roger (Aragone & Lamanna) 

r 1225 Kearny 
Aragone & Lamanna (R Aragone and J 

Lamanna) groceries, 1225 Kearny 
Aragno Thomas, lab, r 1453 Lombard 

rear 
Arana Gustave T. electn. r 442 Page 
Arana William A. lab. r 3371. 25th 
Arano Kate, widow, r 1390 O'Farrell 
Arandies J, sugarwkr, r 189 York 
Araneta J C, elk Judson Mfg Co. r Oak- 
land 
Arano Alfonso R. salesman Goldberg. 

Bowen & Co, r 365 Capp 
Arata Andrea A. salesman Growers Co- 
operative Agency, r 14 Ohio PI 
Arata Andrew, bartndr, r 2863, 23d 
Arata Andrew, elk, r 357 Broadway 
Arata Angelo, r 1940 Lombard 
Arata Angelo, groceries, 532 Green 
Arata Angelo, teamster, r 3146 Lombard 
Arata Asuta. r 126, 4th Av 
Arata Baptiste, boxmkr, r 2227 Green- 
wich 
Arata Barbieri Paste Co, 704 Sansome 
Arata Charles, draftsman Paul Demar- 

tini, r 734 Green 
Arata Charles A (C F Grondona & Co) 

632 Montgomery 
Arata Claude, lab, r 1121 Alabama 
Araj^a Daniel, scavenger, r 2S Boardman 

Arata David J (Barry & Arata) r 126 

4th Av 
Arata David S, fruits, 103 Carl, 

Rivoli 
Arata Edward D, builder, 1524 Stockton, 

r 9 Calhoun 
Arata Emile. lab. r 2229 Greenwich 



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Arata Felice A. baker, r 2115 Jones 
Arata Frank (Guinasso & Arata) 168 

Pacific 
Arata Fred. carp, r 320 Pixley Av 
Arata Frederick, mach, r 2115 Jones 
Arata Fred W, r 105 Delaware 
Arata George (Arata. Marchi & Peters) 

r 1440, 10th Av 
Arata George ( Winship & Arata) r 1878 

Hyde 
Arata George, fruits, r 320 Pixley Av 
Arata Giuseppe, r 2863, 23d 
Arata Giuseppe, peddler, r 124 Landers 
Arata Henry (Ferrari & Arata) r 585 

Filbert 
Arata John, r 2227 Greenwich 
Arata John (Arata-Barbieri Paste Co) r 

Green nr Mason 
Arata John (Arata & Valente) r 2863, 23d 
Arata John, cementwkr. r 72 Lincoln 
Arata John, hoseman Engine 5, r 2S63 

23d 
Arata John, molder Am Foundry Co, r 

496 De Haro 
Arata Joseph (Arata & Arata) r 1S65 

Filbert 
Arata Joseph, 

bard 
Arata Joseph. 

Av 



expressman, r 1940 Lorn- 
florist, r 615 Charter Oak 



lab, r 2227 Greenwich 
A, salesman Growers Co- 
operative Agency, r 14 Ohio PI 
Arata Louis, r 320 Pixley Av 
Arata Louis, r 1940 Lombard 
Arata Louis, lab. r 496 De Haro 
Arata Louis, scavenger, r 75 Oakwood 
Arata Louis, stableman, r 720 Pacific 
Arata, Marchi & Peters (G Arata, J 
Marchi and E Peters) com merchants, 
444 Davis 
Arata Michael, gardener, r 225 Point Lo- 

bos Av 
Arata Nicholas, lab, r 324 Lombard 
Arata P. coal and wood, r Corbett Rd 

nr Dewey Boulevard 
Arata Paul (Arata & Arata) r 155 Pix- 
ley Av 
Arata Paul, driver, r 2863, 23d 
Arata Paul, livery, 716 Pacific, r 110S 

Clay 
Arata Paul T, liquors. 2101 San Jose Av, 

r 105 Delaware Av 
Arata Rico, boxmkr, r 2227 Greenwich 
Arata Seraphino, expressman, r 1940 

Lombard 
Arata Walter L, bartndr, r 105 Delaware 
Arata & Arata (Paul and Joseph) gro- 
ceries. 3101 Buchanan 
Arata & Valente (J Arata and G B Va- 
lente) teaming. 360 Fell 
Aratala Angelo. plumber, r 666 Green- 
wich 
Arberry John J. physician, r 1239, 11th 

Av 
Arbini Joseph, r 661 Greenwich 
Arbitman Abraham, salesman M Finder, 

r 724, 14th 
Arbogast Aaron A, dentist, 1159 Masonic 

Av 
Arbogast Ernest D, cook, r 536 Alvarado 
Arbozetti Charles, lab, r 29th Av South 

cor I 
Arbuckle Arthur C, engr, r 854 Lombard 
Arbuckle W L. cashier Am-Pac Construc- 
tion Co, r 3069 California 
Arcade Auto Livery, French & Reed 

proprs, 532-548 Stanyan 
ARCADE BAB THE, Meyer & Steffins 
proprs, 1200 Fillmore nr Turk, 
West 6423 
Arcade Building. 122S-1230 Fillmore 
Arcade Furniture Moving Co, 1419 Eddy 
Arcade House. 42 Clay 
Arcade House. 151, 3d 
Arcade Light & Fixture Co, 1810 Post 
Arcade Stables, 931 Folsom 
Arcan Edward, bartndr, r 3052 Mission 



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Areata & Mad River Railway Co, 112 

Market 
Arcentales Pedro A, Consul del Ecuador, 

r 1043 Franklin 
Arch The, lodgings, 102, 6th 
Archambault Clifford, elk Williams, Di- 

mond & Co, r Berkeley 
Archambault George S, cook, r 577 Ivy 

Av 
Archbold M J, engr str Korea 
Arehemade John, lab, r 1711 Grant Av 
Archer Arestas A, policeman, r 204 Fair 

Archer Charles H, mach. r 4069, 24th 
Archer Edward J, press feeder, r 4069 

24th 
Archer F, helper Otis Elev Co, r 3378 

22d 
Archer George, brklayer, r 1737 Hayes 
Archer Harrv, porter, r 340 O'Farrell 
Archer J, printer, r 3378, 22d 
Archer James, r 149 Hermann 
Archer James, mach The Call, r 312 San 

Jose Av 
Archer Jesse E, undertaker, r 1357 Web- 
ster 
Archer John, lab. r 4071, 24th 
Archer Mary, widow, r 2779 Howard 
Archer Mary A, widow, r 4071, 24th 
Archer Samuel, mach Otis Elev Co, r 

Berkeley 
Archer Thomas, bonds. Kohl Bldg, r 2031 

Steiner 
Archer V B, chauffeur S F Gas & Elec 

Co. r 149 Hermann 
Archer William, mach, r 3378, 22d 
Archer William J, mattressmkr, r 30% 

Merritt 
Archibald George, carp, r 165, 11th 
Archibald H A, yardman S P Co, r 3256 

20th 
Archibald James, molder, r 574. 3d 
Archibald J Troy, r 35 Prospect Av 
Archibald Mark, engr, r 187 Douglass 
Archibald S E Mrs, r 1940 Page 
Archini Angelo, r 341 Vallejo 
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER OF CAL- 
IFORNIA, E M C Whitney mgr, 621 
Monadnock Bids, tel Douglas 1828 
Architectural Iron Wks, 623 Minna 
Archut John, foreman Nathan Dohrmann 

Co. r 842 Rhode Island 
Arcieri Angelo, confectionery, 435 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Arcona Gustantine, scavenger, r 533 

Union 
Arcos Guillermo, silversmith, r 1S50 Mc- 
Allister 
Arctic Fur Co, Marcus Moses propr, 752 

Van Ness Av 
ARCTIC ICE CREAM SUPPLY CO, R 
B Cornell mgr, 224, Sth, tel Market 
1480 
Arcuri Carlo, shoemkr, 1620 Webster, r 

2231 Pine 
Arcuri Jacob, barber, r 2231 Pine 
Arcuri Lena, dressmaking, 2231 Pine 
Arden Elsie Miss, r 1175 O'Farrell 
Arden Thomas, brklayer. r 2176 Mission 
Ardenvi Joseph, physician, 1246 Eddy 
Ardesimo E, lab U RR, r 62 Otsego Av 
Ardietto Prosper, bootblk, r 402 Green 
Arding Helen Miss, artist, r 1650 Dolores 
Arding Mary, widow, r 1650 Dolores 
Arding May Miss, artist, r 1650 Dolores 
Arding Walter A, salesman Brown & 

Power; r Berkeley 
Arding Alfred E, r 1373, 9th Av 
Ardis Frederick, r 1235 Laguna 
Ardit John, lab, r 107 Charter Oak Av 
Ardleigh Apartments, 745 Pine 
Ardle^ W'illiam, elk, r 2020 Buchanan 
Arees John, acct French Mutual Benevo- 
lent Society, r Berkeley 
Areiy W C, engr S P Co, r 227 Missouri 
Arega A, sugarwkr, r 98 Gough 
Aregger D C, with Mercantile Trust Co 
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land Av 
Arellano Frederick, elk, 

Av 
Arellano Guadalupe, elk, 

Av 
Arellano Rudolph, ship joiner, r ISO 

Highland Av 
Arena Peter, barber, r 1219 Kearny 
Arena Rody P, barber, r 1050 Ellis 
Arenander Ernest A. blksmith, 1144 Fol- 

som, r 4324, 25th 
Arenas Ambrose, sugarwkr. r 751 Iowa 
Arend Harry G. elk. r 131. 27th Av 
Arend Walter L, elk. r 131, 27th Av 
Arendes Frederick, bottler, r 1530 Do- 
lores 
Arendes Henry, teamster, r 209 Moulton 

Av 
Arendes John, teamster, r 209 Moulton 

Av 
Arends M, elk French-Am Bank, r Oak- 
land 
Arendt C Mrs, r 352 Locust 
Arendt H & Co (J Arendt) hay and grain 

113 New Montgomery 
Arendt J (H Arendt & Co) r Pleasanton 
Arendt Michael, r 691, 2d Av 
Arensberg Jenny, widow, r 1732 Clement 
Arents Albert F (Arents & Unsworth I 

r Alameda 
Arents & Unsworth (A F Arents and J 
Unsworth) show cards. 1219 Fillmort- 
Arentsen E Andrew, master mariner, r 

1326. 10th Av 
Arenz John, bakery. 2253 Market 
Areson Charles C, printer, r 1513 Ellis 
Arev G. watchman Overland Frt Trans- 
fer Co, r 2411 Folsom 
Arey J. foreman Belt RR. r Oakland 
Arey Mary L. widow, r 3953, 25th 
Arev Minord T, policeman, r 278 Parker 

Av 
Arfsten Cornelius, r 483. 8th Av 
Argall Winifred A. widow, r 1873 Sutter 
Argell Edward, bartndr B Kielmeyer 
Argenti Francis, horseshoer, r 88, 29th 
Argenti Frank, plumber, r 2980 Mission 
Argenti Tullio, marble cutter, r 29S0 Mis- 
sion 
Argenti Tullio J, horse shoeing. 2970 

Mission, r SS, 29th 
ARGENTI'S PHARMACY, 1698 Haight. 

tel Park 113 
Argeres Michael. liquors, 584 Pacific, r 

2 20 Montgomery Av 
Argersinger E R. broker, 339 Bush 
Argo Hotel, Gus siemann propr, lodg- 
ings, 100, Sth 
Argo Max, piano tuner, r 272 View Av 
ARGONAUT CLUB, 1901 California, tel 

West 102 
Argonaut Hotel, SE cor 4th and Pioneer 
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eiation, 1 ;i .*, 3 Ellis 

ARGONAUT PUBLISHING CO, 406 Sut- 
ter 

ARGONAUT THE (weekly) Argonaut 
Pub Co, pub. 406 Sutter 

Argonti D. sugarwkr Western Sugar Re- 
fining Co, r 968 Potrero Av 

Argond Joseph L, waiter, r 180, 11th Av 

Arguello Alexander, architect, r 22 
Vicksburg 

Arguello J S, solr Healy & Gillespie, r 
341 Frederick 

Arguello Louise L Miss, boarding, 212% 
Steiner 

Arguello Reginald A, teacher music, r 
22 Vicksburg 

Arguello Sarah E, widow, r 22 Vicksburg 

Argus J E, with Diamond Rubber Co, 
601 Mission 

Argust Thomas J. massage, r 137 Vienna 

Arhancet & Barrere (S Arhancet and J 
Barrere) butchers, 1996 Polk 

Ariani Paul, candies. 51S Haight, r 547 

1'age 

Ariani Victor, bookbdr, r 763a Haight 
Ariasi Clement, liquors, 1869 Powell, r 

Santa Rosa, Cal 
Ariel Rowing Club, ft 17th 
Arimondo Laurent (Arimondo & Co) 4560 

Mission, r 12 Harrington 
Arimondo & Co (L Arimondo, A Fregoli 

and C Fabroni) bakery, 4560 Mission 
Ariola L Miss, teacher music. 6S0. 4th Av 
Ariote Nuzio. lab, r 540 Union 
Arioto Francis, fisherman, r S20 Green-. 

wich 
Aristoarena Louis G. salesman Newman 

& Levinson, r 1469 Geary 
Arizo Frank, lab, r 419% Union 
Arjo Norbert. poultry, r 5515 California 
Arkebrauer Charles H, barber r 2519 

Lombard 
Arkin James A, druggist, r 1661 Haigbt 
Arkin Louis B. sawyer, r 1661 Haight 
Arkison James D. cutter Martin Bros, r 

1330 Hayes 
Arkwright Isaiah B, toolkpr. r 59S, 2Sth 

Av 
Arkwright William, mach. r 598, 28th Av 
Arl Joseph, waiter, r 1415 Vermont 
Arlan Joseph, elk. r 92 God. us 
Arleta Park, T B Potter Realty Co agts. 

Monadnock Bldg 
Arlett Tessa B. widow, r S Octal ia 
Arlett Robert G, elk Western Elec Co, 

r Piedmont 
Arlie Antone, carp, r 1169 Broadway 
Arline Oil Co. Pacific Bldg 

ARLINGTON CO. (S. F. Branch) 

A. E. Bruck mgr, mfrs Fyraline Sheet- 
ing, Combs, Brushes, Novelties and 
Collars and Cuffs, 718 Mission, tel 
Kearnv 2704 




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Arlington Edward, elk. r 410. 36th Av 

Arlington William (Arlington & Lacy) 
r 1369, 47th Av 

Arlington & Lacy (XV Arlington and L 
C Lacy) proprs St Lawrence Stable, 
55 Duboce Av 

Armac Motor Car Co. 2371 Market 

Armager Charles, r 4550 Scott 

Armagost W A, r 1539 Franklin 

Armand E C, druggist, r 1661 Octavia 

Armand Joseph, wagonmkr, r 218 Rail- 
road Av 

Armand Peter, mgr Fifth Av Hotel, r 
218 Railroad Av 

Armando Ernest, waiter, r 524 Ivy Av 

Armanini Antonio, janitor, r 1135 Kearny 

Armanini Isidor i Armanini & Ferai) r 
1810 Powell 

Armanini & Ferai (I Armanini and S 
Ferai) restaurant, 1810 Powell 

Armanino Dominico, florist, 1915 J South 

Armanino Frank, vegetables, Otsego nr 
Onondaga Av 

Armbrust Adolph C. butcher, 1305 Castro, 
r 1118 Noe 

Armbruster Charles, teamster quarter- 
master dept U S A, r Presidio 

Armbruster Charles J. stenogr Ry Mail 
Service, r 1947, 15th 

Armbruster Edward P, embosser, r 1015 
Alabama 

ARMBRUSTER. ENG«AVING CO, Ru- 
dolph H Armbruster mgr, 52, 2d. t.l 
Douglas 1836 

Armbruster George W. attv, 30, 7th, r 
479 Sanchez 

Armbruster Julius, engraver 
Dundy, r Oakland 

Armbruster Rudolph H. mgr Armbruster 
Engraving Co. r 1939, 15th 

Armbruster William F, elk Paraffine 
Paint Co, 1947. 15th 

Armbruster Valentine, lab, r 146 Larkin 
PI 

J3° Armbruster. See Ambruster 

Armedio Frugoli. laundrywkr. r 435 
Green 

Armendariz Henrietta, widow, r 1307 
Waller 

Armer A M & Co (.J L and A M) mfrs 
overalls, 760 Mission 

Armer Andrew M (A M Armer ,v Co) 
r 760 Mission 

Armer Arthur J. bkkpr McLeod Mercan- 
tile Co. r 1625 Polk 

Armer Benjamin, sec S F Credit Men's 
Assn. 2707 Sacramento 

Armer Bros & Co, coffee importers, 209 
Clay 

Armer Dora, widow, r 3222 Washington 
Armer Evelyn D Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 3222 Washington 
Armer Fredericka, widow, r 887 Golden 

Gate Av 
Armer Herman Mrs, widow, r 1002b 

Golden Gate Av 
Armer Joseph L (A M Armer & Co) r 

3371 Jackson 
Armer Sidney, designer, 5S5 California, r 

Berkeley 
4S"Armer. See Armour 
Amies George A, asst to engr in chief 

V I Works Co. r 18 Castro 
JfArmes. See Arms 
Armet Bert, candymkr, r 1274 Ellis 
Armijo John L. elk S P Co. r Oakland 
Armistead Hubert M, draftsman West- 
ern Elec Co. r 600 Oak 
Armitage Thomas A (Rhodes & Armi- 

tage) r 251, 11th Av 
Armitage William H (Armitage & Row- 
ell) r Kentfielil. Cal 
Armitage & Rowel] (W H Armitage and 
J W Rowelli architects, 251 Kearny 
Armknecht Louis, r 3938 Army 
Armknecht Louis F. butcher, r 393S 



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Armour Ammonia Works, 247 Pine 
Armour Car Lines, Flood Bldg 
Armour E, electn, r IS Walter 
Armour Edward, elk, r 1555 Post 
Armour Glue Works, William Burd A: 

Son agts, 247 Pine : 

Armour Sand Paper Works, 247 Pine 
AEMOUB STUART, mining investments, 

522 Haight 
Armour William, stev, 300 Steuart 
ARMOUR & CO, pork packers, 1050 Bat- 
tery 
(fArmour. See Armer 
Arms Charles S, elk U S Mint, r 1290 

Fell 
Arms J H Mrs. millinery, 70 Portola 
Arms John H (Scott & Arms) r i0 Por- 
tola 
Arms M D, real estate, r 1S06 Geary 
Armsbv Building, 620 Howard 
Armsby E Raymond, treas J K Armsby 

Co, r Burlingame Club 
Armsbv George N. vice-pres J K Arms- 
bv Co, r 2015 Broadway 
Armsby Gordon S, with J K Armsby Co, 

r Suisun, Cal 
Armsby J K, pres J K Armsby Co, r 

Ross, Marin Co 
ARMSBY J X CO THE (Chicago, 111) 
J K Armsby pres, whol commission 
merchants, 627 Howard 
Armsted Charles, r 354, 5th Av 
Armstein Arnold, laundryman, r 188, 28th 
Armstrong A H. elk Goodyear Rubber 

Co. r 1553 Franklin 

Armstrong Albert M. mgr Armstrong 

Construction and Engineering Co 

(Inc) r 1215 Gough 

Armstrong Alexander S, dept mgr 

Standard Electrical Wks, r 485. 2d Av 

Armstrong Alfred C, driver, r 1472 Grove 

Armstrong Andrew, elk London-Paris 

Nat Bank, r Burlingame 
Armstrong Andrew, r 1495 McAllister 
Armstrong Anne O Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 1137a Guerrero 
Armstrong Ann. widow, r 620 Tennessee 
Armstrong Belle Miss, r 1303% Waller 
Armstrong B F, real estate, r 103 1 Fill- 
more 
Armstrong Breckenridge, elk S P Co. 

r Oakland 
Armstrong Bros (O T and E R) express, 

465 Valencia 
Armstrong Brunoni, elk, r 1463, 10th Av 
Armstrong Charles E, elk S P Co. r 

Fruitvale 
Armstrong Charles F. cooper, r liio 

Alabama 
Armstrong Charles R. mtrman L RR. 

r 995 Steiner 
ARMSTBOKG CONTRACTING AND 
BUILDING CO, A M Armstrong mgr. 
1211-1215 Gough 
ARMSTRONG CONSTRUCTION AND 
ENGINEERING CO (Inc) A M Arm- 
strong mgr, builders and aichitec- 
tural engineers, 1211-1225 Gough, tel 
West 7556 
ARMSTRONG CORK CO, W M Whlttier 

mgr, 693 Mission, tel Douglas 1227 
Armstrong Ed F, salesman F Chevalier 

Co, r Oakland 
Armstrong Edwin W, agt, r 304S Call- 
Armstrong E E, r 255, 20th Av 
Armstrong Eldridge R. salesman, r S14 

Stanyan 
Armstrong Elizabeth, physician, r 46th 

Av, bet M and N 
Armstrong Ernest R (Armstrong Bros) 

r 1107 Guerrero 
Armstrong Fidelia S. widow, r 311 North 

Willard 
Armstrong Francis B. elk S P Co, r 

282S Harrison 
Armstrong Francis M. engr S P Co, r 
369 Missouri 



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Armstrong Frederick E, t -amster 

7th Av 
ARMSTRONG GEORGE, vice-pres Pac 

Refining and Roofing Co, r Piedmont 
Armstrong George F, carriage painter, 

11 Balmy, r 2S:'S Harrison 
Armstrong George W A, watchmkr, r 

138b Fair Oaks 
Armstrong G R. r 1595 Clay 
Armstrong Gustave, cooper, 

Lane 
Armstrong Hannah, widow, r 203 Bart- 

lett 
Armstrong H B, real estate, r 103 1 Fill- 
more 
Armstrong Henry, lab, r 1915 Stockton 
Armstrong Herbert G, mgr Armstrong 

& Levy, r 557 Linden Av 
Armstrong Howard R, marine engr, i 

907 Buchanan 
Armstrong Hugh, mach, r 1309 Gough 
Armstrong Isaac, buttermkr, r 8 2 Bowie 



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Armstrong Iver, paper carrier 

Tennessee 
Armstrong J. lithogr. 802 Fell 
Armtsrong John, plumber, r 38 Gladys 
Armstrong John, salesman Sperry Flour 

Co, r San Mateo 
Armstrong John, stev, 300 Steuart 
Armstrong John A M. barber, 367 Minna 
Armstrong John E, sheet metal wkr, r 

457 Hill 
Armstrong John L G, laundryman, r o59 

39th Av 
Armstrong John R, baths, 36 1 Minna 
Armstrong John R, elk Am Haw SS Co, 

r 1906 Lake 
Armstrong John T, marine engr, r lb4 4 

San Bruno Av 
ARMSTRONG-KRELING MACHINERY 

CO, contracting engineers, power, 

lighting and pump plant equipment, 

564 Howard, tel Douglas 384 
Armstrong Leon D, mgr Armstrong-K'-e- 

ling Machinerv Co, r 2815 Washington 
Armstrong Lettie Miss, r 14S. 6th Av 
Armstrong Lucius P. elk, r 139S Hayes 
Armstrong Margaret E Mrs, r 1553 

Franklin n „ 

Armstrong Mary, widow, r 25o. 20th Av 
Armstrong Maud Mrs. r 451 Devisadero 
Armstrong F M Mrs. widow, r Colonial 

Hotel 
Armstrong Nellie, teacher Pub Schools, 

r SW cor McAllister and Willard 
Armstrong Norman A. draftsman, r 1253 

Octavla 
Armstrong O J, cond U RR, r 400 Stan- 



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Armstrong Ola, widow, r 75 Devlsadero 

Armstrong Oscar T tArmstrong Bros) 
r 138 Fair Oaks 

Armstrong Pablo, lab, r 1463, 10th Av 

Armstrong Percy, elk Gorham Rubber 
Co, r 7 88 Haight 

Armstrong Percy E. upholst, r 494 An- 
(lover Av 

Armstrong Peter, lab, r 1644 San Bruno 
Av 

ARMSTRONG, QUATMAN & CO (W S 
Armstrong and Albert H Quatman) 
real estate and insurance, 227 Mont- 
gomery, tel Douglas 1539 

Armstrong R, cond U RR, r 403 Devisa- 
dero 

Armstrong Refugio Mrs. r 1463, 10th Av 

Armstrong Richard M J, with Title Ins 
& Guaranty Co, r 65S Elizabeth 

Armstrong Robert, carp, r 4 40 Hayes 

Armstrong Rudolph, real estate, r 138b 
Fair Oaks 

Armtsrong .Samuel V, mfrs agt, Monad- 
nock Bldg, r Oakland 

Armstrong Samuel C. r 268S Filbert 

Armstrong Sidney. elk Pac Hardware 
& Steel Co, r 788 Haight 

Armstrong Stanley E, artist Chronicle, 
r 1130 Buchanan 

Armstrong Thomas, r 3250, 21st 

Armstrong Thomas, electn, r 334 Mis- 
sissippi 

Armstrong Thomas, truckman Truck 8, 
r 374, 5th 

Armstrong Thomas J, elk, r 293 Devis- 
adero 

Armstrong Walter G, r 57 Lundy Lane 

ARMSTRONG W H, dentist. 585 Califor- 
nia, hours 9 a m to 5 p m, tel Douglas 
152, r San Rafael 

Armstrong William, det sergt police, r 
2786 Sacramento 

Armstrong William H. groceries, 4 Fill- 
more, r 910, I 

Armstrong William S (Armstrong, Quat- 
man & Co) r Corte Madera, Cal 

Armstrong William S, barber, r 12th Av 
South and L 

Armstrong William W, auditor Alaska 
Packers Assn, r 1536 Green 

Armstrong & Levy, Bert Armstrong 
mgr, tailors, 957 Fillmore 

Armuth Alfred S, mfrs agt, 1140 Geary, 
r 1428 Fulton 

Arnabaldi Secondo. lab. r 1932 Union 

Arnaboldi Salvatore, elk A Merle & Co, 
r 1932 Union 

Arnaud Armadie (Arnaud & Goudy) r 
Sll Point Lobos Av 

Arnaud Chiaffredo (Levet Bros & Ar- 
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Arnaud Victor L, elk, r 2241 Leaven- 



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Arnaud & Goudy (A Arnaud and L 

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ARMY HEADQUARTERS U S Dept of 

Cal, Chronicle Bldg 

Army Transport Service, office 1086 
North Point 

Arnauld John, r 3298, 20th 

Arnb?rger F, chief opr Postal Tel & 
Cable Co, r Alameda 

Arnberger Richard C, engr, r 1000 Mont- 
gomery 

Arnberger T R. foreman Britton & Rey, 
r Berkeley 

Arndt Florentine, widow, r 709 Vi Treat 

Av . „„,, 

Arndt Harry C, master mariner, r 2217 

Webster 
ARNDT H R, physician, consultations in 
general, medicine and diseases of the 
nervous system, hours 1.30 to 4 p m, 
1357 Gough 
Arndt Otto, brklayer, r 3983, 24th 
Arndt Otto, carbldr S P Co. r 1021 

Buena Vista Av 
Arnerich George (Hranuelli & Americh) 

r 61 Stanly PI 
Arnerich M (Matulich & Arnerich) r 

2045 Folsom 
Arnerich Matthew E. state wharfinger, 

r 758. 7th Av 
Arnerich Paul J. office Deputy U S 

Marshall, r Alameda 
Arnesen Henry B, printer. 2904, 21st, r 

40 Lundy Lane 
Arneson C E. stev, 300 Steuart 
Arneson Martin, cook, r 38, 4th 
Arnest Leslie, salesman Pac Cereal Assn. 

r Oakland 
Arnest M Fillmore, carp, r 25th Av and I 
«S"Arnett See Arnott 

Arnfleld Frederick, mach, r 816 Indiana 
Arnheim Aaron, salesman, r 3063 Cali- 
fornia 
Arnheim Abraham, salesman, r 3063 Cal- 
ifornia 
Arnheim Gustave S. salesman L Gordon. 

r 820 Florida 
Arnheim Julius S, druggist, r S20 Florida 
Arnheim Rose, widow, r 3063 California 
Arnhold B & C (Inc) wines and brandies, 

116 Townsend 
Arnhold Benjamin, pres B Arnhold & Co, 

r 2342 Devisadero 
Arnke Henry, liquors. 2699 Mission, r 

2853 Folsom 
Arnke Henry Jr, electn, r 2853 Folsom 
Arnke Joseph, bartndr. r 2853 Folsom 
Arnold Adolph. watchman, r 58 Clara 
Arnold Albert H (Arnold & Lennon) r 

138 Alpine 
Arnold Alexander S, real estate, r 1634 

Grove 
Arnold Alfred B, elk A T & S F Ry, ft 3d 
Arnold Anna P. widow, r 169 Arlington 
Arnold August J. malster, r 529 Andover 

Av 
Arnold Austin, elk W W Montague & Co, 

r 2519 Fillmore 
Arnold Austin Jr, stenogr, r 2519 Fill- 
more 
Arnold Bert, stableman, r 2180, 15th 
Arnold Charles E, carp, r 877 Eddy 
Arnold Charles E, with Eilers Music Co, 

r 1361 Jackson 
Arnold Charles F, contracting agt Wa- 
bash RR Co. r 1634 Grove 
Arnold Charles G, mach, r 169 Arlington 
Arnold Charles M, bldr, r 3166. 25th 
Arnold Charles T, teamster, r 27 Madi- 
son Av 
Arnold Clement H, student, r 2201 Cali- 
fornia 
Arnold Edson, teamster, r 250 California 

Av 
Arnold Edward, lab. r 250 California Av 
Arnold Edward, rodman, r 4317, 23d 
Arnold Edward H, watchman, r 1005 
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Arnold Elmo t 

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Arnold Etienne 

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Arnold Francis 

Santa Rosa 
Arnold Frank A, carp, r i33 Vermont 
Arnold Frank D, with Mercantile Trust 

Co, r Berkeley 
Arnold Frank J, pressman, r 3825, 2oth 
Arnold Frank S, r 877 Eddy 
Arnold Fred, cook, r 477, 4th Av 
Arnold Fred W, groceries, 3999, 18th 
Arnold Frederick T, carp U S Mint, r 

1456 Haight i „ , 

Arnold Fremont C (Peerless Mfg Co) 

r 816 York „ 

Arnold Genevieve L, widow, r 1423 Oc- 

Arnold ia George, hostler, r 23 Dolores 
Arnold George L, Railway Postal elk, 

r 815 York 
Arnold George P, elk S P Co. r -113 

Castro 
ARNOLD HARDWARE CO (Inc) N S 
Arnold pres, sole agents for double- 
truss cornice, brakes, importers haul- 
ware, metals, machinery, plumbers' 
and railway supplies, 838 Webster, 
tel West 3190 
Arnold Harry, carp, r 4060 18th 
Arnold Harry B, groceries, 995 Valencia, 

r 35 Hill 
Arnold Harry J, carp, r 3484, 17th 
Arnold Harry N. carp, r 394 View Av 
Arnold Harry V, marine engr, r 547 

Arnold Henry, painter, r 119b Gilbert 

Arnold Henry C, groceries, 101 Raymond 
Av 

Arnold Henry G, tailor, 2894, 16th 

Arnold James P, r 1634 Grove 

Arnold J Dennis, physician, 2201 Cali- 
fornia „,.,,- 

Arnold J Elmore, salesman William 
Hatteroth, r 169 Arlington 

Arnold Jethron, paper carrier, r 154, 
Franklin 

Arnold J J, elk, r 53 Octavia 

Arnold John, r 3027, 22d 

Arnold John E, elk L S Simons, r Bui- 

Arnohf ^Joseph, butcher, r 5003 Point Lo- 

bos Av 

Arnold Kate L, widow, r 1634 Grove 
Arnold Lawrence F. elk, r 341 Clinton Av 
Arnold Maurice, shipwright, r 221 Pren- 
tiss 
ARNOLD NOAH S, pres Arnold Hard- 
ware Co (Inc) r 838 Webster, tel 
West 3190 
Arnold Oscar, stenogr, 333 Kearny, r 

2519 Fillmore 
Arnold P H, salesman Murphy, Grant & 

Co, r Los Angeles 
Arnold Peter, lather, r 26 Cumberland 
Arnold Rav O, pressfeeder, r 3825, 25th 
Arnold Robert P. elk Chicago Great 

Western RR. r Berkeley 
Arnold Stephen T, varnisher and polish- 
er, 2515 Washington, r 481 Ralston 
Arnold Svlvia J, widow, r 877 Eddy 
Arnold Thomas, agt, r 3740 Clay 
Arnold Thomas, stev. 300 Steuart 
Arnold Thomas C, mfrs agt, r 3740 Clay 
Arnold W Frederick, elk Associated Oil 

Co, r Sausalito 
Arnold William H, bookbdr, r 29 Maple 

Ct 
Arnold William, millman, r 2009 Stockton 
Arnold William J, carp, r 1788 Union 
Arnold William S, inventor, r 531 Page 
Arnold & Lennon (A Arnold and J Len- 

non) groceries, 201 Steiner 
Arnone Mike, fruits, 2300 Greenwich 
Arnot Albert R, elk A T & S F Ry, r 
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Arnot Robert, lab A T & S F Ry, r 

Berkeley 
Arnott James, carp, r 51 1 Noe 
Arnott J C, painter, r 253. 3d 
Sir Arnott. See Arnett 
Arnoutou C, waiter, r 1019 Castro 
Arnquist Gustave, painter, r 293, sth 
Arnsberg Isador, elk H Mayer, r 1.x- 

Arnsperger Samuel, carp, r 627 Octavia 
Arnstein Arnold, laundryman, r 188, <,bth 
Arnstein Laurence, director Arnstein, 

Simon & Co, NW cor 3d and Mission 
ARNSTEIN LTJDWIG, pres Arnstein, 

Simon & Co NW cor 3d and Mission 

ARNSTEIN, SIMON & CO. 

Ludwig- Arnstein pres, A. Stein vice- 
pres, importers woolen and trim- 
mings, NW cor 3d and Mission 

Arnstein Walter, sec City Electric Co, 

r 166. 1st Av 
&S" Arnstein. See Aronstein 
Arntz Arnt, lab, r 438a 1st 
Arollo Adrian, lab. r 20 Decatur 
Aron Fritz, lab, r 269% Hickory Ay 
Aron Jules (S F Art Leather Co) r 1<39 

Aron Leopold, fresco painter, r 2996 Pine 
Aron Maurice, painter, r 247, 1st Av 
Aron Morris, cigar mfr, 2076 O Farrell 
it-FAron. See Aaron 
Arone Giuseppe, shoemkr, 49 1 Ocean Av. 

r 317 Faxon Av 
Aroney Antonio (Clensos' & Aroney) r 

133 Gough 
Aronsohn Martin, notary, 2004 Suttei, 

r 761, .6th Av 
Aronson Ahraham. pres Aronson Keait> 

Co, r 2120 Pacific Av . 

Aronson Bldg, NW cor 3d and Mission 
Aronson Carrie B, widow, r 105 Scott 
Aronson Charles S, sec Anglo-Am 

Crockery & Glassware Co, r 3051 ( lay 
Aronson Daniel, student, r 2120 Pacific 

Aronson David A, chief elk Sherwin- 
Williams Co, r 729 Elizabeth 

Aronson Edith H, stenogr, r 2461 Sac- 
ramento ... , - , 

Aronson Frank, men's furnishings, 454 
Devisadero 

Aronson George, pawnbroker, 248b Sac- 
ramento 

Aronson Leon, elk, r 105 Scott 

Aronson Lucilla V, stenogr. r 2461 Sac- 
ramento , , , . 

Aronson Max. elk Weinstock. Lubin & 
Co. r 1673 McAllister 

Aronson Max, salesman Nolan-Earl 
Shoe Co, r 2509% Bush 

Aronson Moses I. cabtmkr, r 1 29 Eliza- 
beth . , . ... 

Aronson N (Walmsley & Aronson) r 45th 
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REALTY CO, A A] 
pres, S Aronson sec, real estat 
Sutter, tel Douglas 723 

AEONSON S, ladies' tailor. 1913 Van 

Ness Av, tel Franklin 3795 
Aronson S, see Aronson Realty Co, r 

2120 Pacific Av 
;i Aronson. See Aaronson and Aronsohn 
Aronstein Berthold, laces, 1355 Jackson 
;(*■ Aronstein. Se? Arnstein 
Aros M C. cigars. 200, 3d. r 1S7. 3d 
Arp Charles W. ins, r 751 Capp 
Arper Transportation Co. E E Lawrence 

mgr, Pier 8, ft Howard 
Arpers Charles W, musician, r 175 Ber- 
nard 
Arpin Hugh S. mtr. r 46 Lloyd 
Arpok Stephen, plasterer, r 368 Baker 
Arques Camilo L (Cricliton & Arques) 

r 1244 Leavenworth 
Arras Adam, cementwkr, r 1193 Noe 
Arreagada Francisco, engr. r 3S6 Dolores 
Arreagada Medaro. stone sawyer, r 386 

Dolores 
Arreola Guadalupe, widow, r 611 Caro- 
lina 
Arribas Fernando, barber. 717 Broad- 
way, r 220% Union 
Aribas Manuel, r 220 Union 
Arrick Alita, nurse, r 1510 Page 
Arrick S Donald, elk. r 200 Central Av 
Arretta David, bootblk, r 3 Kent 
Arribiere Louis, laundrvman, r 2409 Sac- 
ramento 
ABHIEU PETER, French laundry, lace 
and lace curtains a specialty. 2205 
Pine nr Webster, tel West 5136 
Arrigoni Hugo, fruits, r 4107. 19th. r 

630 Castro 
Arrilaga Leo, elk A T & S F Ry. r Oak- 
land 
Arlington Luella Mrs. teacher music, r 

3716 Point Lobos Av 
Arrington Nichoals T. bkkpr, r 3716 

Point Lobos Av 
Arriola Espiritu, teacher music, r 344 

Castro 
Arriola Eugene, musician, r 1394 Page 
Arripe Peter, teamster, r 505 Railroad Av 
Arrison William, maltster, r 716 Grove 
Arrix Jean B. milker, r 1521. 22d Av 

South 
Arrow Printing Co, 2325 California 
Arrowsmith George E (G E Arrow- 
smith & Co), r Oakland 
Arrowsmith G E & Co (G E Arrow- 
smith and D Eliason) stockbrokers, 
306 Bush 
Arsino Fred, car repr S P Co. r 623, 7th 
Arstide G. driver, r 2884, 23d 

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Art Press The 925 Golden Gate Av 
Art Printerv, 12HS Golden Gate Av 
ART STATIONERY CO, 9 43 Van Ness Av 
Art Steel Ceiling Co, Monadnock Bldg 
Artell Charl.-s. ironwkr. r 16 Mizpah Av 
Arten Henri, cook, r 115 Bernard 
ASTER NORMAN R, vice-pres L D 

McLean Co, r 1446 Jackson 
Arter Norman R Jr, r 1446 Jackson 
Arth Charles P. barber. 1433V 2 Ken- 
tucky, r 1001 Tennessee 
Arth T M. elk, r 1618 Turk 
Arthen John, cementwkr, r 2704b Mis- 
sion 
Arthertineen Fred, boilermkr, r 3727 

Broderick 
Arthur Benjamin, r 619, 14th 
Arthur Frank E, steamfitter, r 2746 Har- 
rison 
Arthur G, elk Western Meat Co 
Arthur George H (J L Arthur & Son! 

r 1232, 1st Av 
Arthur J L & Son (J L and G H) contrs. 

1230, 1st Av 
Arthur J Lemuel (J L Arthur & Son) 

r 1230, 1st Av 
Arthur Lillian, widow, r 1731 Castro 
Arthur M Mrs, widow, r 43 Powell Av 
Arthur Marc D. elk W R Grace & Co, 

r 625 Ashbury 
Arthur Raymond, r 619, 14th 
Arthur William, boilermkr, r 205 Mis- 

Art'igue F Louis, r 514 Guerrero 
Artigues Charles A, vice-pres Cal Fer- 
tilizer Wks. r 1332. 5th Av South 
ARTIGUES JOSEPH E, physician, office 
205 Montgomery Av. hours 1 to 3 
p m. tel Kearny 5S96, r 2947 Fillmore. 
Artigues Marie, widow, r 914 Lake 
Artigues Marius, insp U S Customs, r 

914 Lake 
Artistic Fixture Company, store and of- 
fice fixtures, 1213 Folsom 
Artoux Adrien, tanner Legallet-Hellwig 

Tanning Co 
Artoux Bros (G and J) proprs Hotel 

Voltaire, 1529 Hyde 
Artoux Gaston, tanner, r 1910. K South 
Artoux Georges Artoux Bros) r 1529 

Hyde 
Artoux Jean P. tanner Legallet-Hellwig 

Tanning Co 
Artoux Jules R (Artoux Bros) r 1529 

Hyde 
Artru C H, elk Levi Strauss & Co, r 

1756, 14th Av 
Artru Henri, cook, r 115 Bernard 
Artura Photo Paper Co, 806 Polk 
Artus John, baker, r 1330 Alabama 
Artus John Jr. niach, r 1330 Alabama 
Arvanites Ernest, tanner, r 1537. 15th 

Av South 
Arvanites Nicholas, tanner, r 1537, 15th 

Av South 
Arvedi Edward, salesman, r 714a Fell 
Arvidson August, lumber elk, r 2859 

Harrison 
Arvigi Antone. painter, r 2802 Howard 
Arvigi Silvio, painter, r 2802 Howard 
Arvonen Arnold, silversmith, r 291 Sur- 



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Arvonen Victor 1, silversmith., 

Surrey 
Arzave Esther Mrs, r 700a Central Av 
Arzberger Joseph, foreman Bissingsr & 

Co. r 132 Diamond 
Arzt Antone. butcher, r 2599 Sacramento 
ASAHI CO THE, general importers and 

exporters, fancy goods, 412 Battery. 

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Asanovih Vozo, waiter, r 1522 Kentucky 
Asarch John, lab, r 963 Vermont 
Asaro Baldassara, r 2047 Taylor 
Asaro Joseph, lab, r 476 Union 
Asaro Victor, salesman Western Fish 

Co, r 1945 Mason 
Asbestos Mfg & Supply Co, H A Dutton 

pres, 67-69 Minna 
Asbury Harry, eigarmkr, r 4bo Hayes 
Ascariz Gusto, lodgings, 15 Hinckley PI 
Asch De Witt, elk, r 3350, 21st 
Ascli Isadore, salesman, r 3350, 21st 
Asch Melville, elk Newman & Levinson. 

r 3350, 21st ' , 

JS-Asch. See Ash, Ashe and Ach 
Ascheim I J. grand sec B nai Brith (I O 

B B) 408 Van Ness Av, r 1449 Bush 
*« Ascheim. See Asehheim 
Aschen Henry C. r 2196 Green 
Ascher Henrv D (Ascher & Kabel) r 

1401 Steiner 
Ascher & Kabel (H D Ascher and John 

Kabel) liquors. 1401 Steiner 
iW Ascher. See Asher 
Aschmann Frank G, groceries, 3000 San 

Bruno Av. liquors 3004 San Bruno Av 
Aschmann Henry M, bartndr, r 536 Val- 

Aschmann William A, elk, r 330 Sanchez 
Aschmann William M, eleetn, r 330 San- 
chez 
iFAschmann. See Ashmann 
Ascroft Henry, sec, r 2220 Point Lobos 

Av 
£¥-Ascroft. See Ashcroft 
Ash Benjamin, gauger U S Hit Ke\ 

Collr, r 1718 Sutter 
Ash Charles S. chemist Cal Wine Assn. 

r 1275, 3d Av 
Ash Dorsev (Ash & White) r Berkeley 
Ash Edward K (Meyer, Mish & Co) r 

Hotel Majestic 
Ash Gregory, r 3356, 18th 
Ash Herman J, r 549 Devisadero 
Ash Isaac, janitor, r 1144 Mason 
Ash Jennie, widow, r 312 Walnut _ 

Ash Jerome H, candymkr, r 549 Devis- 
adero 
Ash Leo. r 1275, 3d Av 
Ash Milton, r 166S. 10th Av 
Ash Rachel L,. physician, 2576 Washing- 
ton, r 1275. 3d Av 
Ash Robert, atty, r 42 Eureka 
ASH & WHITE iD Ash and F G White) 
consulting engineers, S0S-S10 Santa 
Marina Bids. 112 Market 
iS~Ash. See Ach. Asch and Ashe 
Ashburn Carroll J, elk. r 81 South Brod- 

Ashburner William Mrs, widow, r 1930 

Broadway 
Ashbury H. r 422 Valencia 
Ashbury Harry, master mariner, r .SI 

Ashbv Edmund T, carp, 135 Olive Av, 

r 1293 Geary . 

Ashbv George, vaqnero Miller & Lux. r 

1811. 13th Av South 
Ashby Homer S, elk, r 2209 Sutter 
Ashbv Robert, map mounter Punnett 

Bros, r 3210b 26th 
Ashbv Shirley J. dentist, 3852, 24th 
Ashby Thomas L. salesman, r 1641 Ful- 

Ashbv William C, mach. r 324. 3d Av 
\shcfoft Glenn B. mgr The Lc-mnt 

Products Co. r Hotel Irwin 
Ashcroft James, chauffeur, r 666, 9th Av 
Ishcroft Jennie, widow, r 6S3. ith Av 
Ashcroft Julia, widow, r 363 Page 
Ashcroft William H. capitalist. 

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Ashe John H, porter, r Shi'. 14th 
Ash? John H Jr, carp, r 862. 14th 
Ashe Joseph, sign painter, r ..41.. 



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... Matthew, ins. r 3415 Mission 
Ashe Patrick, whseman, r 807 York 
Ashe Richard C, messgr The Anglo-Cal- 
if ornian Bank, r 2019 Oak 
Ashe Richard J, plumber, r 2019 Oak 
Ashe R Porter, atty, 250 Montgomery 

r San Rafael 
*3-Aslie. See Ash and Asch 
Asheim Michael, cigars, Hotel Lorin 
ishelman John, cond, r 4903a Mission 
Asher Abraham, salesman Main-W m- 

chester-Stone Co, r 151. 27th 
Asher Ada Miss, r 524% Hermann 
Asher Albert, sec Garcia & Maggim Co, 

r Alameda .«„« t^ i 

Asher Bertha I. widow, r 1979 EMdy 
Asher Bros (W and D) tailors. 1150 

Market 
Asher Bruno K. r 2425 Sutter 
Asher Charles D, tobacco, r 1423 Octavia 
Asher Daniel (Asher Bros) r 1322 Scott 
Asher Herman, real estate, r 1419 Post 
ASHES HUGO K. attorney-at-lay, 912- 
918 Humboldt Bank Bldg, tel Douglas 
320, r 2425 Sutter 
Asher Ira J. creditman M Friedman At 

Co, r 1339 Grove 
Asher Jacob, tailor, r 128 Newman 
Asher Maurice, stenogr, r 1419 Post 
\sher Maurice L, atty. Metropolis Bank 

Bldg. r 2203 Buchanan 
Asher Max, butcher, r 2128 Sutter 
Ash-r Max K (Asher & Berg) r -4-.) 

Sutter _ . 

Asher Michael, lab A B Patrick Co 
Asher Minnie, widow, r 1339 Grove 
Asher Morris (Oppenheimer & Asher) r 

Susanville 
Asher Phillip, express, r 33% Diamond 
Asher Rachel, widow. 67% Henry 
Asher Samuel, r 67% Henry 
Asher Sarah E, widow, r 26 Parnassus 

Av 
Asher William (Asher Bros) r 1324 Scott 
Asher & Berg (M K Asher and H H 

Berg) cigars, 1020 Fillmore 
Ashford Alonzo, tailor, 702 Pacific, r 
Oakland «>■■»■»> i 

Ashford James E, tally elk Cal Barrel 

Co. r 26a John 
Ashford Parker J. 

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Ashford Parker J 

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Ashim Banach. druggist. 610. Sa 
Ashim Matilda A, widow, r 1646 Post 
\shland Alfred, mach, r S12 Iowa 
Ashland John, carp, r 4377, 17th 
\shland William E. cashier Bonestell, 

Richardson & Co. r Berkeley 
ASHIEY ALBERT S, multigraph letter 
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of multigraphing work, 508 Pacific 
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Ashley Delos. gardener, r I 

Gate Av 
Ashley Dexter C, elk Missi 

144 Sanchez 
Ashley George, mfrs agt, 2GS Market, r 

Berkeley 
Ashley Herbert M, elk Genl Frt Office 

S P Co. r Oakland 
Ashley James H, keeper avairy G G 

Park, r 5S9 Frederick 
Ashley Sidney D. millhand, r SOS Dia- 
mond 
Ashlev T F. cond U RR. r 647 Fillmore 
Ashman John H, stev, r 73 Hartford 
Ashman Sarah E. widow. 73 Hartford 
Ashman William H. elk S P Co, r 3452 

16th 
Ashman William T. messgr Canadian 

Bank of Commerce, r Oakland 
IfAsliman. See Aschmann 
Ashmore Emily, widow, r 106 Guerrero 
Ashpole Lester I (L I Ashpole & Co) 

r 1S93 Sutter 
Ashpole L I & Co <L I Ashpole) whol 

millinery, 223 Locust Ay 
Ashton Abraham, engr, r 1437, Sth Av 

South 
Ashton Edward D, ropemkr. r 19 Rut- 

),■,!-,■ 
Ashton Elizabeth C. widow, r 124 Fred- 
erick 
Ashton Epsa H, liquors, 2146 Mission, r 

3272. 21st 
Ashton Ernest, stev, r 4S East St South 
Ashton George W H. foreman U I Works 

Co. r 19 Rutledge Av 
Ashton John G, sec Pac Rolling Mill 

Co, r 152 De Long Av 
Ashton Roland H. r 163 Clienery 
Ashton William H. engr. r 13 Rutledge 

Av 
Ashton William J. salesman Great Am 

Imp Tea Co. r 163 Clienery 
Ashton & Gardiner (Charles Ashton and 

Frank H Gardiner) real estate. 211 

Powell 
its" Ashton. See Aston 

Ashurst Bert, mtrman. r 130 Broderick 
Ashurst Mary A. widow, r 101 Belvedere 
Ashwin John, elk, r 317 San Carlos Av 
Ashworth Frank P. dentist, r 991 Haight 
Ashworth Fred D, dentist, 2497 Mission. 

r 2560 Mission 
Ashworth Thomas, r 909 Laguna 
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Asmann Adolpli, paper earlier, r 447 
Minna 

Asmann Anna, widow, r 414 Gough 

Asmann George, r 414 Gough 

Asmus Carl, electn, r 25 le Dolores 

Asmus Max, sheet metal wkr, r 29, A 

US' Asmus. See Assmuss 

Asmussen Annie, widow, r 2820, 23d 

Asniussen Carl W, 2S52, 21st 

Asmussen Carrie Miss, notions, 3224 
26th, r 3222, 26th 

Asmussen Catherine, widow, r 269 Lis- 
bon 

Asmussen Catherine, widow, r 3456, 19th 

Asmussen George J. elk Postoffice, r 
3430, 22d 

Asmussen Louis, teamster, r 339a, 12th 

Asmussen Margaretha, widow, r 916 Capp 

Asmussen Matthew I, teamster, r 523 
Potrero Av, 

Asmussen M F, master mariner, 82 Mar- 
ket 

Asmussen Thomas, stev, r 95 Hnut 

Asmussen W J, master mariner, 6 How- 
ard 

Aspe William J (Aspe & Baum) r 3147 
Folsom 

Aspe & Baum (W J Aspe and J Baum) 
piano movers. 1460 Franklin 

Aspelin Charles J, master mariner. Fer- 
ry Bldg 

Aspelin Charles N, cond, r 799 Cole 

Aspelmeier Edward, millhand, r 2128a 
Market 

Asplund Adolph F master mariner, r 
3S25, 22d 

Asplund Arthur A, toolmkr, r 1236 
4th Av 

Asplund Ernst, laundryman. r 237S Lom- 
bard 

Asplund Frederick, electn Butte Eng & 
Electric Co. r 218 Bartlett 

Assalino George, lab. r 148 Schwerin 

Assalino James, mach, r 2249 San Jose 
Av 

Assenti Basilo. fruits, r 26 Meri'itt 

ASSESSOR CITY AND COUNTY, 222- 
2 24 McAllister 

Associated Arts Company, 720 Mission 

Associated Certified Public Accountants 
of Cal, Merchants Exchange Bldg 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES OF SAN 
FRANCISCO, Osgood Putnam pres. 
Mis K i' Eelton genl sec. 1500 Jack- 
son, tel Franklin 852 

Associated Mining and Development Co. 
Monadnock Bldg 

ASSOCIATED OIL CO. 

J. A. Chanslor pres, W. S. Porter genl 
ingT, O. Scribner sec, W. A. Sloan 
asst sec. executive committee: J. A. 
Chanslor, W. S. Porter, W. F. Herrin, 
Frank H. Buck and Barton E. Green; 
E. Whitehead sales agt, 7th floor 
Wells Fargo Bldg 

ASSOCIATED PBES9 THE, Paul COwles 
supt, 256 Montgomery 

ASSOCIATED PRINTING AND SUP- 
PLY CO (Isc) printers, publishers 
and hinders, 705-711 Sansome, tel 
Ki-arnv 1230 

ASSOCIATED RETAIL GROCERS, C S 
Harrison field 96C, 22J Sheldon Bld«. 
tel Douglass 648 

Associated Silver CM (Chicago. Ill) whol 
silverware. 1122 Market 

Associated Supply <',.>, Wells Fargo Bldg 

ASSOCIATED UNDERWRITERS 

(INC) C. J. Stovel pres, J. F. Magee 
vice-pres and mgr;- JefSerson Fire 
Insurance Co, New Brmawick Fire 
Ins Co, North Rivei* Insurance Co, 
537 Sacramento, tel Kearty 4791 
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704 Market 



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Ast Eberhard L, barber, 3439, 16th 
Ast Herman, baker A Luba 
Ast Jacob F, vet surgeon, 1331 Folso 
Ast William C, butcher, 317 Sanchez 

3765, 17th 
Astbury Harry, cigarmkr, r 463 Hayes 
Astell Emily Miss, nurse, r 2152 Brod- 

erick 
Aster George W, leatherwkr, r Alameda 
Asti Enrico, lab, r 2 Blackstone Al 
Aston Charles H, r 107 Harriet 
Aston Elizabeth Mrs, r 1954, 15th 
Aston Harrv, elk. r 1035 Valencia 
Aston John, r 407, 4 3d Av 
Aston Rafael J, housesmith, r Athens nr 

Japan Av 
Aston Sidney, steward str Kilburn, r 

Fruitvale 
Aston William S, marine engr. r 1954 

15 th 
Astor House, 504 Pacific 
Astorg Marcelin, butcher, 398, 14th, r 

1605 Laguna 
Astoria Box Co, 85 Sacramento 
Astoria & Columbia River RR Co, Flood 

Bldg 
Astredo Abbie L, widow, r 4 Alta Vista 
Astredo Humbert A. mgr Geo A Kessler 

& Co, r 4 Alta Vista 
Astredo Joseph C. supt Catherdal Mis- 
sion of the Good Samaritan, r 4 Alta 
Vista 
Astrup H F, master mariner, Ferry Bldg 
Atall Benjamin C, plasterer, r 1243 

Broadway 
Atamian Frank, carp, r 507 Hickory Av 
Atchau Leon, laundryman, r 2142 Lom- 
bard 
ATCHINSON B M & CO (EL Cutten 
and J Staeder) dairy produce, 2550 
Sacramento, tel West 298S. and 3375 
Sacramento, tel West 2942 
Atchinson Edward, r 635, A 
Atchison Charles C, stone cutter, r 801 

Kansas 
Atchison Frances Mrs, r 7 58%, 8th 
Atchison James R. mech engr, r 933 

Guerrero ' 

Atchison Samuel J, carp, r 758 y 2 , 8th 
Atchison Thomas A. sergt police, r 909 

Dolores 
ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE BY, 

673 Market 
jtiTAtehison. See Aeheson. Ackerson, 

Aitchinson, Atchison and Atkinson 
Aten Matthias C, wagonmkr, r 116 West 

Aten Wilbur O, dentist, 814 Eddy, r Mill 

Vallev 
Athanasiade Alexander M. carrier Post- 
office, r 170a Tremont Av 
Athanosopulos Pericles, restaurant, 271 

8th 
Athearn Annie T Miss, photo-artist, r 

1041 Treat Av 
Athearn Charles H, acct. r 1041 Treat Av 
Athearn Fred G. supt of Railway Clubs 

S P Co. r Berkeley 

Athearn Mary A. widow, r 1041 Treat Av 

ATHENS BAKERY THE ( Mikedes & 

Manas) French and milk bread, 750 

Vallejo 

Atherley James E, stenogr S P Co, r 

4230, 20th 
Atherlev William H. elk General El»c Co 
Atherstone Thomas E. elk Royal and 

Queen Ins Cos. r Oakland 
Atherstone Thomas S. mining and tim- 
, ber lands. Mills Bldg, r Oakland 
ATHEBTON FAXON D, mining sec, 339 

Bush, r Menlo Park 
Atherton Hotel. 1661 Octavia 
Atherton S E Mrs (Atherton .1 Quayle) 

r 1661 Octavia 
Atherton & Quayle (Mrs S E Atherton 
and E E Quavlel proprs Atherton 
Hotel, 1661 Octavia 




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Athorpe A, oils, 
Atkind Sidney S 

r 2619 Hyde 
Atkins A H, cond U RR. r 30 

fornia 
Atkins Albert J, physician, 1609 

Atkins Chester H, office 417 Crocker Bldg 
Atkins David ( De Golia & Atkins) r 147 

Presidio Av 
Atkins David F, insp U S Treasury Dept, 

r Berkeley 

ATKINS E. C. & CO. (Inc.) 

saw manufacturers, planer knives, 
belting 1 , emery wheels and filing' room 
machinery, 151-161 Main 

Atkins Ernest N (De Golia & Atkins) 

r Mill Valley 
Atkins Frank, r 1358 O'Farrell 
Atkins Frank E, elk, r 1609 Haight 
Atkins George, shipfitter, r 278 Eureka 
Atkins George E. consulting engr Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg. r B-rkeley 
Atkins G Herbert (Atkins, Kroll & Co) 

r Oakland 
Atkins James, teamster, r 8 Enterprise 
Atkins J Henry P (Vickery. Atkins & 

Torrey) r Piedmont 
Atkins Job, barber, r 254 Alma 
Atkins John, lumberman, r 1015 Minne- 
sota 
Atkins John, raaoh, r 3020 Octavia 
Atkins John, porter, r 8 Enterprise 

ATKINS, KROLL & CO. 

(G. Herbert Atkins and Clifton H. 
Kroll) commission, shipping- and in- 
surance, 701 Kohl Bldg- 

Atkins R Lee. mining, 1300 Golden Gate 
Av 

ATKINS ROBERT S. 

Men's clothier, furnisher and shirt- 
maker and ag-t Stein-Bloch Smart 
Clothes, 168 Sutter nr Kearny 

Atkins Thomas, candies, 43 Joost Av 
Atkins Victor M, structural iron wkr, 
r 19S4 Vallejo , 

Atkins William G, steward, r 259, 7th 
US-Atkins. See Adkins 
Atkinson Abbie M, widow, r 2aSS Bush 
Atkinson A H, country lands, 127 Mont- 
gomery, r Oakland 
Atkinson Anna Miss, millinery. 711 Fill- 
more, r 649 Fillmore 
Atkinson Arthur, silversmith, r 439 Noe 
Atkinson David, grocer, r 1219, 18th 
Atkinson David, laundryman. Boys' and 

Girls' Aid Soc (Inc) r 460 Baker 

Atkinson Edmund M. special insp U S 

Treasury Dent, Appraisers' Bldg 



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DEVELOPING AND PRINTING 

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■xtLlHaua £DbAJI L, real estate and 
insurance, 4::s Market, tel Kearny 

'elk S P Co r 162 



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Atkinson Edwi 

Alpine 
Atkinson Egbert A, draftsman 

Arch 
Atkinson Fred H, wood turner 

kinson, r 1323% York 
Atkinson George, teamster, r 1660 Eddy 
ATKINSON GEOBGE P, wood turning 

and novelties, 1734, 15th, r 1323% 

Atkinson George H, bkkpr Epstine, Park- 

ison & Young, r Oakland 
Atkinson George T C. candies, 548 Man- 
van, r 1710 San Jos? Av 
Atkinson Grace Mrs, r 1523 Laguna 
Atkinson Hannah, widow, r 505 Oak 
Atkinson Harry L, bkkpr Page McCut- 

chen & Knight, r 2081 Bush 
Atkinson Henry C. baggageman S P Co, 

r 2742 Harrison 
Atkinson Herbert, livestock, r 037, 14th 
Atkinson Herman S, with Furniture Dis- 
tributing Co. r Oakland 
Atkinson J, yardman S P Co, r 700 Bran- 
Atkinson John G. bartndr, r 758 Howard 
Atkinson John J, mach, r 1606 Castro 
Atkinson John R, gardener, r 110, 14th 

Av 
Atkinson John W, elk S P Co, r Oakland 
Atkinson Joseph, teamster, r 523 Bank 
Atkinson Joseph A. millman, r 115 Brazil 
Atkinson Louise Miss propr The Itur- 

bide, 1676 Geary 
Atkinscn M H :ashi?r Chs C Moore & 

Co Engineers, r 505 Oak 
Atkinson Philip Q. special policeman, r 

1411a Golden Gate Av 
Atkinson Ralph, r 1606 Castro 
Atkinson Ralph L. housesmith, r 160b 

Castro „ , , 

Atkinson R H Jr. elk S P Co, r Oakland 
Atkinson Robert H. salesman Holt Bros 
" 23d 

blksmith. r 937. 14th 

as, r 1029 Shrader 

as, millman, r 2759 Mis- 



Co, r 3338. 23d 



Atkinson Ro> 
Atkinson Thor 
Atkinson Thor 

sion 
ATKINSON THOMAS E, certified pub- 
lic accountant, room 203, 340 San- 
some, tel Kearny 3329, r 1029 Shrader 
Atkinson Thomas G, pres Met Redwood 

Lumber Co. 112 Market 
Atkinson Thomas T, acct, 235 Kearny, r 

1931 Webster 
Atkinson T J, lumber, r 115 Fell 
Atkinson AV, mach, r 1606 Castro 
Atkinson Walter, teamster, r 3S1S Army 
Atkinson William, frt elk str Curacao 
Atkinson William R, carp, r 2S15 San 
Jose Av 



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Atkinson W S. chief draftsman Chas C 
Moore & Co Engineers, r 2115 Grove 

&£' Atkinson. See Aeheson, Ackerson, 
Adkinson, Aitchison and Atchison 

Atlantic Free Warehouse, SE cor Bat- 
tery and Broadway 

Atlantic Fireprooflng Co. 7S7 Market 

ATLANTIC PISH CO, H M Colety agt 
dried and pickled fish, 423 Front 

ATLANTIC, GULF AND PA- 

CIFIC CO, Engineers and General 
Contractors, S G Hindes, Pacific Coast 
mgr, 865 Monadnock Bldg 

Atlantic Market, 1815 Market 

Atlantic Portland Cement Co, Crocker 

Bldg 
Atlantic U S Bonded Tea Warehouse, 

Battery and Broadway 

ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE, New 

York-London direct, G N Koeppel 

pass agt Pacific Coast. 36 Ellis 
ATLAS ADVERTISING AGENCY, Paci- 

ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY (LTD) 



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ATLAS BRASS WORKS (INC) J C Hlg- 
gins pres and mgr, H F Elliot sec and 
treas, S27-833 Folsom 

Atlas^rasTWorks, Inc. 

Brass Founders and Finishers 

Manufacturers Water, Gas, Steam and 

Plumbers' Goods. Castings in Brass. 

Bronze, Lead. Zinc, Aluminum 

and Special Bearing Metals. 

MARINE WORK— Prices quoted on Machine 8 Pattern Work 

Manufacturers of Gasoline Torches 
Tel. Kearny 2432 827-833 Folsom St. 



Atlas Building, 604 Mission 

Atlas Engine and Boiler Works, o9, 2d 

Atlas Furniture Co, 1336 Stockton 

ATLAS GAS ENGINE CO, sales office 95 
Market, tel Kearny 1449, main office 
and works ft 10th Av, East Oakland, 
tel Merritt 241 

ATLAS GRADING & CONSTRUCTION 
CO, AV H Hoogs pres, N R Harris sec 
and treas. 95 Market, tel Kearny 144 9 

ATLAS LAND fc CONSTRUCTION CO, 
George S Smith mgr and sec, Charles 
G Montgomery pres, Half Moon Bay- 
Real Estate and Construction, 1 1 38 
Fillmore. Bank Bldg. tel West 4591 

Atlas Line Service of the Hamburg Am- 
erican Line, 908 Market 

Atlas Mfg Co, sheet metal wks, 348 
Guerrero 

Atlas Novelty Co, slot machines, 4S3 

ATLAS PHARMACY, Dr William B 
Kearney propr, 1199 Valencia 

Atoiaeo Jacob, tailor I Kostman, r 144,. 
Buchanan 

Atolia Mining Co (Inc) 1020 Crocker 

Atomized Electric Fire Powder Co, 338 

Pine 
Attabit John (Attaint & Clavene) r 1212 

Devisadero 
Attabit & Claverie (J Attabit, J B Cla- 

verie) laundry, 1212 Devisadero 
Attell A, propr Met Gas & Elec Fixture 

Co, r 1147 Turk 
Attell Caesar, cigars, 2100 Sutter, r 41b 

Frederick ,„,„ ,-, 

Attell Coleman, watchmkr, r 1312 Bu- 
chanan , 
Attell Jacob, pawnbroker, 193, 3d. r ll_t> 

Golden Gate Av 
Attell Joseph (Abraham & Attell) r lbll 

Webster 
Attell Joseph H, tailor, r 1760a Turk 
Attell Mover, barber, r 140 Noe 




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Atteli Seymour, pres Attell's Tailoring 

House, r 1760a Turk 
Attell's Tailoring House, Joseph H At- 
tell mgr, 1253 McAllister 
Atterburv Julia, widow, r 4 86 Duboce Av 
Atterbury Shirley G Miss, bkkpr Nona- 
tuck Silk Co, r 4S6 Duboce Av 
Atthowe Charles W, weigher R Doepf- 

ner, r 713 York 
Atthowe Ernest, master str Isleton 
Atthowe John M, r 713 York 
Atthowe Walter C, bkkpr, r < 13 York 
Atthowe William H, elk, r 713 York 
Atthowe William J. master str Aurora 
Attinger Adolph, stereotyper, r 236 Jer- 

Attinger Bros (J and F) tailors, 1130 

Attinger Charles, watchmkr, r 1130 Turk 
Attinger Charles F, marblewkr, r 45 De- 

Attinger Fred (Attinger Bros) r 1130 

Attinger Fred Jr, jeweler, r 1130 Turk 
Attinger George, carp, r 228 Clipper 
Attinger John (Attinger Bros) r 1077 

Attinger Richard, candymkr. r 1130 Turk 
Attinger Salome, widow, r 228 Clipper 
ATTORNET-&ENERAI STATE OF 
CALIFORNIA, 1204 Humboldt Bank 
Bldg 
ATTORNEY UNITED STATES (North- 
ern District of Cal) Robert F Dev- 
lin, 317 Postofflce Bldg 
Attridge Anne P Miss, elk Postofflce, r , 

224 Noe 
Attridge Arthur, elk Postofflce, r 224 Noe I 
Attridge Arthur Jr, butcher, r 224 Noe 1 
Attridge Edward J, r 1708 Turk 
Attridge James, r 1708 Turk 
Attridge John G, policeman, r 1 1 OS Turk 
Attridge Joseph F, bartndr W E Dwyer, 

1434 Kentucky 
Attridge Raymond, stenogr Cal and Haw 

' Sugar Ref Co, r 224 Noe I 

Attridge Richard, coffee roaster, r 1(08 

Turk 
Attridge Thomas, r 262b Harriet 
Attridge Thomas J, roofer, r 1708 Turk 
Attridge Walter J, mach, r 224 Noe 
Atts Michael, stev, r 134 Rose Av 
Attwood Albert T, r 16 Harper 
Attwood George, mach. r 16 Harper 
Attwood George E. teacher bkkeeping. 

r 2512 McAllister 
Attwood Harry, elk quartermaster dept 

U S A, r Oakland 
£3" Attwood. See Atwood 
Atwater Herbert, bartndr, 32a Rincon PI 
Atwater L E, master mariner, r 116 East 
Atwater William D. carp, r 563, 28th 
Atwell Clyde L, elk Purchasing Com- 
missary U S A, r 122 De Long Av 
Atwell J M, supt Standard Oil Co, Shel- 

dn Bldg 
Atwood A D, elk Chronicle, r 866 Noe 
Atwood A K, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Atwood Alfred L (Bell. Straus & At- 
wood) attv, r 1005 Larkin 
Atwood Amelia, widow, r 521a Shotwell 
Atwood Arthur, r 521a Shotwell 
Atwood Austin, bkkpr, r 868 Noe 
Atwood E N. supt Union Mutual Life 

Ins Co, r Oakland 
Atwood Edward R, elk A A Brown Co, 

r 147 Noe 
Atwood Elizabeth B, widow, r 2524 

Broadway 
Atwood Ephraim A, r 2015 Devisadero 
Atwood George A, mach, r 2520 Folsom 
Atwood George E (Gates & Atwood) r 

1353 Minna 
Atwood George E, foreman Scott & Mag- 

ner, r 836 Noe 
Atwood John A, harness, 1460 Alabama, 
r 3732, 22d 



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venson 

Atwood Joseph C, broker, r 861 Ma- 
sonic Av 

Atwood Robert, lineman Pac Tel & Tel 
Co, r 2396 Post 

Atwood S G. correspondent Rosenblatt 
Co, r Berkeley 

ATWOOD WILLIAM A, dentist, 1424 
Gough, r Berkeley 

its'Atwood. See Attwood 

Atzeroth Edlef. bartndr, r 533 Fillmore 

Atzeroth Frederick W, propr Pioneer 
Soda Water Wks, r 533 Fillmore 

Atzeroth Henry B, soda water mfr, r 
1327 Eddy 

Atzeroth Henry P, bartndr, r 2759 Mc- 
Allister 

Atzeroth Henrv W (Atzeroth & Kock) r 
2759 McAllister 

Atzeroth & Kock (H W Atzeroth and 
H H Kock) liquors, 1557 Haight 

Aubert Albert, driver, r 989 Oak 

Aubert Albert, tanner, r 1537, 9th Av 
South , ,, , 

Aubert Eugene, cook, r 347 Campbell Av 

Aubert Julius D, liquors, 999 Oak, r 989 

° ak „ T ,, 

Aubert Lucien J, exchange elk London- 
Paris National Bank, r San Mateo 
Aubert M, lodgings, 725 Sacramento 
Aubertin C, stev, r 110 Alta 
Aubertin William, lab, r 2844 Folsom 
Aubertine Marion Mrs, janitrix Sunset 
Primary School, r 1511%, 12th Av 
Aubrey Frank, elk. r 2429 Post 
Aubrey Josephine, widow, r 2710 Pine 
Aubrey Rov, elk Goldberg, Bowen & Co, 

r 2429 Post _ 

Aubry Alfred A, mach, r 155 Prospect 

Av 
Aubry Charles B, carp, r 1S1 Jersey 
Aubrv Homer G, elk, r 155 Prospect Av 
Aubry Joseph, blksmith, r 155 Prospect 

Auburn Gold Mining & Milling Co, 
Frank V Cornish sec. 464 California 

Auburn Motor Car Co, 519 Golden Gate 
Av 

ATIBDBT LEWIS E, State Mineralogist, 
Ferry Bldg. tel Kearny 335. r Union 
Leag'ue Club 

Auckland Dora Mrs, r 192a Tremont Av 

Audemard Alfred, porter Anglo-Am C & 
G Co, r 334 Waller 

Audemard Jules P. musician, r 136a 
Lexington Av ,„ _., 

Audemard Katherine, widow, r 152a Fill- 
more _„ „... 

Audemard Leon A, packer, r 152a FU1- 

| Audeoud Victor, butcher, r 1601. 18th 
Av South 



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Auderson Henry J, piano player Audif- 
fred Novelty Co, r 39 California Ay 

Audibert Gus, elk Schwabacher-Frey teta- 
tionery Co, r Oakland 

Au.iiffred Albert H, propr Audiffred Nov- 
elty Co, r 1454 Lombard 

Audiffred Novelty Co, automatic pianos, 

AUDITOR CITY AND COUNTY, City 

Auditorium The, SW cor Page and Fill- 
more 
Audubon Hotel, 97S Ellis , 
Audusseau Marius, cook, r 14 Russell 
Aue Joseph E. engr Martin Power House 
Auer Bernard A, with Aetna Life Ins Co, 

r Oakland 
Auer Carl T, mach, r 8th Av bet L and 

M 
Auer Karl, liquors. 2401 Folsoni 
Auerbach Alfred (Pac Fringe Factory) 

r 107 Lyon , 
Auerbach Evelyn B (Chester B Ellis & 

Co) r 2856 Steiner , 
Auerbach Henry, musician, r 107 Lyon 
Auerbach Julius, salesman M Adelsdor- 

fer, r 3536 Clay nor „ 

Auerbach Julius J, physician, r 2856 

Steiner . 

Auerbach Milton, real estate, r 3536 Clay 
Auerbach Sali, stenogr Meyer Cloak & 

Suit Co, r 141 Buena Vista Av 
Auerbach William, broker, r 3536 Clay 
Auerhamer Frank, tinsmith Roth & 

Herbst Co ■ ■ . „ „ 

Auetman Lela Mrs, elk Armour & Co, r 

Berkeley , 

Aufort Edward, ropewkr, r 2075, 17th 

Av South , , • 

Aufort Harry, tanner, r 2075, lith Av 

Aufort William, watchman, r 2075, 17th 
Av South , , 

Aufrichtig Samuel, buyer, r 440, 4th Av 

Auga Joseph, supt French Hospital, r 
Oakland 

Augas John J (City Hall Laundry) r 

Augenblick Building, SE cor Polk and 

Jackson 
Augenblick Marc, liquors, 1854 Polk 
Auger Albert C, jeweler, r 888 Haight 
Auger Albert W, painter r 458 Fell 
Auger B Eugene, ins r 806 Franklin 
Auger Constant J, jeweler, 118 Kearny, 

r 445a Page 
Auger Harrv L, salesman Chanslor & 

Lyon Motor Supply Co, r 458 Fell 
Auger Harry L, salesman, r 458 Fell 
Auger Louis F, carp, r 740 Vermont 
Augsberger John (California Sheet Metal 

Wks) r Berkeley 
Augst Magdeline, widow, r 1701 Oak 



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Augstein Henry W, barber, 3201, 

3332, 20th 
Augstein William H. plumber, r 3332, 

20th 
Augus John J, r 819 Baker 
August Albert H. sausage casings, 4233 

Army 
August Alfred, bartndr, r 215, 14th 
Augustine Cavilla, lab, r 830 Rhode 
Island . ,„, 

Augustine George, electric signs, r 122o 

San Bruno Av . 

Augustine Louis, elk, r 1405 Steiner 
Augustine W H. collr Pac Tel & Tel Co, 

r 3543, 24th 
Augustus Charles, teamster, r 130 Lang- 
Augustus Ray W, elk S P Co, r Oakland 
Augustus Theresa Mrs, r 254 Miramar 

Av 
Aul Ole. master mariner, r 4409. 24th 
Auld Cecelia, widow, r 4611, 18th 
Auld Frank J. salesman, r 26 Boyce 
Auld George W, r 26 Boyce 
Auld Harry (Parsons & Blackmon) r 339 

Harriet , 

Auld Mary, widow, r 14 Farren Av 
Auld Mary J, widow, r 26 Boyce 
Auld Robert W. lab, r 14 Farren Av 
*g Auld. See Ault and Alt 
Auler Richard, elk American Import Co, 

r 105 Shotwell 
Aulin J B master mariner, Ferry Bldg 
Ault Henry H, carp, r 1345 Eddy 
Ault John W (Ault & Bevan) r 616 

Golden Gate Av 
Ault Joseph H, engr, r 829 Alabama 
Ault Mary A, widow, r 829 Alabama 
ATTIiT & BEVAN (J W Ault and J A 
Bevan) painters and interior decorat- 
ors, 616 Golden Gate Av 
AULT & WIBORG CO THE, M Levinson 
mgr. Hue printing and lithographic 
inks', lithographic stones and supplies, 
typewriter ribbons and carbon paper, 
545 Mission 
jt-ff Ault. See Auld 

Aulthause George, r 877 Golden Gate Av 
Aulund Charles, carp, r 3335, 24th 
Auman Harry, r 877 Golden Gate Ay 
Aun Edward, structural ironwkr. r 1114 

Octavia _ 

Aune Peter O, salesman, r 1343 Page 
Aune Turid Miss, teacher Pub Schools, 

r 1343 Page 
Auradou A Leon, draftsman Board of 

Pub Wks, r 636, 2d Av 
Aurbach Jacob, elk. r 2008 V 2 Powell 
Aureguy Arthur, electn Pac Tel & Tel 

Co. r 3186 Washington 
Aureguy Eugene, electn Pac Tel & Tel 

Co, r 3186 Washington 
Aureguv Fortune, r 3186 Washington 
Aurich 'Charles W, elk White House, r 
322, 9th Av „ , , „ t 

Aurich Gahrice, salesman Colman s Hat 

Stores. 1329 Laguna 
Aurich Gustave P. buyer Newman & 

Levinson, r 2724 Pine 
Aurich Leon S. salesman Nordman Bros 

Co, r 824 Buchanan 
Aurich Pauline, widow, r 1329 Laguna 
Aurora Mining Co, 461 Valencia 
Auseon John, cook, r 666 Shotwell 
Auser Fred, foreman S H Harmon Lum- 
ber Co, r 127 San Jose Av 
Ausgen Jacob, carp, r 3023 Van Ness Av 
Ausman W D, elk M A Gunst & Co, r 

Oakland 
Ausseresses Diederot P. cooper, r 465 

Aust August, mach, r 1240. 32d Av South 
Austin Adelle. widow, r 337 Hickory Av 
Austin Anna Mrs, dressmkg, r 3543, 24th 
Austin Anna C L Mrs, r 2507 Pine 
Austin Arthur, mfrs agt, 1537 Bush, r 
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Austin Aubrey A. elk Fairbanks. Morse 

& Co, r 948 Mission 
Austin Benjamin F Mrs, widow, r 1109 

Austin Charles A mach Whitaker & Ray 
Co, r 541 Ivy _ „ 

Austin Charles A, salesman The Em- 
porium, r 962 Hayes 

Austin Charles F, master mariner, Fer- 

Aust'in Christopher, fireman U S A T 

Service, r 84 Eureka 
Austin City Water Co, 110 Sutter 
Austin Clarence, student, r 1220 Ma- 
Austin Clifford, student, r 266, 13th Av 
Austin D C, master mariner. Ferry Bldg 
Austin Dohr, bkkpr. r 1565 Lyon 
Austin Edith D Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r Berkeley 
Austin Edwin, r 1015 Hayes 
Austin Edwin Jr, salesman M Boardman, 

Austin Emeline E. widow, r 266, 13th Av 
Austin Emma E, student r 266 13th Av 
Austin Fire Insurance Co. J E Ander- 
son mgr, Merchants Exchange Bldg 
Austin Frank, lab. r 3159% Octavia 
Austin Frank B, with Aetna Ins Co, r 

1718 Buchanan . . 

Austin Frank P. elk Balfour, Guthrie & 

Co, r 1015 Hayes . 

Austin Gertrude M. widow, r 2728 Union 
Austin Grace Miss, nurse St Francis 

Hospital, r 2868 California 
Austin Harry, laundrywkr, r 1222 Fol- 

Austin Harry Z, bkkpr Pac Bone, Coal 
& Fertilizing Co, r 765 Haight 

Austin Hosmer L, typesetter Moise- 
Klinkner Co, r 1718 Buchanan 

Austin Howard, cond U RR, r 4 Norton 

Austin H W, chief surgeon Marine Hos- 

Aust'in Isaac, teamster, r 1262 Guerrero 
Austin James L. fireman U S A T Ser- 
vice, r 84 Eureka 
Austin John, expressman, r 1262 Guer- 
rero „, 
Austin John, millman John Simmen Co 
Austin Joseph, carp, r 37 Guerrero 
Austin Lee, watchman George H Young 

(Inc) r 2727 Pine 
Austin Lee Mrs, artist. 272 1 Pine 
Austin Louis C. elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 1385 Clay . . . 

Austin Lyman, elk John Kitchen Jr Co, 

r- 571 Dolores 
Austin Malcolm O. physician, Anglo 

Bldg, r 1220 Masonic Av 
Austin Marshall J, carp, r 778, 14th 
Austin Paul S (Alvarado Machinery and 

Engraving Co) r Oakland 
Austin Ralph, stableman, r 243 Clinton 

Park 
AUSTIN R B CO, salary loan brokers, 

353 Pacific Bldg 
Austin Reginald, elk. r 2728 Union 
Austin Richard, driller, r 919 Illinois 
Austin Robert F, salesman, r 422 Pierce 
Austin Robert H, bkkpr Met Iron ttks. 

r 765 Haight 
Austin Sarah E. widow r 1718 Buchanan 
Austin Stephen H, boxmkr, r 2515 Mc- 

Austin Wallace (Austin & Co) r 30S 

Austin Walter, plasterer, r 357 Haight 
Austin William, florist, r 1991 Mission 
Austin William, teamster, r 1262 Guer- 
rero 
Austin & Co (Wallace Austin) draymen, 
bulkhead bet Washington and Jack- 
son > 
«S=Austin. See Austen 
Australian Alliance Assurance Co (Mel- 
bourne) Parrott & Co agts, Babcock 
Bldg. 314 California 




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Australian iviail Line, A S Darrow agt. 

255 California 
Austrian Trading Co, hardware, b5o 

Kearny 
AOSTRO-HUK6ARIAN CONSULATE, 

25 California, room 150 
Austruv Alfred, electn. r 5 Keyes Al 
Austruy Louisa Miss (Guilleastre & 

Austruy) r 5 Keyes Al 
Autagne August, brass finisher, r iXi 

Stanley 
Autagne Charles, painter, r 213 Stanlej 
Autagne Frank, ironwkr, r 319 Orizaba 

Av 
Autagne George, r 213 Stanley 
Autagne George L, painter, r 141 Mi- 

AUTO AGENCV, renting and garageing, 
F L Dow propr. 113-115 Golden Gate 
Av, tel Market 1460 

Auto Brokerage Co. 717 Turk 

AUTO CAB AND TOURING CAR 

CO, A. R. Griffith m?r, 547 Pulton 
tela Market 554 and Market 55 

Auto-Car Agency. 550 Golden Gate Av 

AUTO DESPATCH 

Raphael Ospina propr, antomoMle 
overhauling a specialty. 365 Tell, tel 

Market 2469 „ 

AUTO GARAGE AND RENTING CO, 

Hamilton & Frank proprs. 951 Golden 
Gate Av 
Auto Ignition Co. 709 Octavia , 

AUTO LIVERY CO. 

M. Rosenthal pres, automobile ex- 
perts, Peerless cars, sales and rent- 
als, garage NW cor Golden Gate and 
Van Ness Avs, tel Pranklin 1535 

Auto Rental Service, James Mulvey pres, 

1515 Ellis 
AUTO VEHICLE CO (Northern Branch) 

agts for Tourist automobile. 540 Gold- 

AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER CO. 

OP S. P., A. H. Adams pres, mfrs regis- 
ters for cash and charge sales, 38 
Clementina, tel Kearny 1118 

Automatic Musical and Device Co, 1-1- 

125, 5th 
Automatic Printing Co. 410 Sacramento 
Automatic Sewing Machine Co, 570 Sut- 

Automatic Vaudeville Co. 618 Broadway 

and 327 Montgomery Av 
Autzen Henry, helper U S Mint, r o76 

Hermann 
AUZE ALPRED, mgr J Spencer Turner 

Co 9 Mission, r 1421 Arch. Berkeley 
Auzer'ais Pharmacy, 1048 Larkin 
Avalon Apartments, 1637 Sacramento 
Avan Arthur W. marine engr. 45 Steuar 




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Avan George W. marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Avansino Henry A. florist, 11% Eddy. 

r 760 Green 
Avaranvs Nicholas, lab, r 1803 Haight 
Avaramis William, lab. r 1803 'Haight 
Ave Constantin L, mach, r 3280, 18th 
Ave Frank M, watchman, r 321 Rutledge 

Av 
Avedano Ferdinando. teacher music, r 

127 Le Roy PI 
Avegno Prospero. laundryman, r Cayuga 

Av nr Onondaga Av 
Avellar Manuel C. cutter Z H Harris 
Avenali Ettore, paying teller Swiss-Am 

Bank, r 2418 Washington 
AVENUE FLORIST THE, Fiore GiO- 
vannoni mgr, artistic decorations and 
funeral work, fresh flowers daily, ex- 
pert taxidermists. 419 Montgomery 
Av. tel Douglas 1731 
Avenue Hotel. 524 Montgomery Av 
Avenue Stables. Fred Mast propr. 672 

11th Av 
AVENUE TAILORS THE, L Demo. L 
Alessio and M Senor, latest fashions, 
moderate prices, 521 Montgomery Av 
Aver James H, liquors. 1301 Kentucky 
Averill Frances A Mrs, r 41 Octavia 
Averill George W, atty, 1228 Fillmore, r 

1205 Gough 
Averill Wilson, r 2507 Pine 
Aversen Knud, seaman, r 4242, 19th 
Avery A Mrs, r 1464 Ellis 
Avery Anna Miss, barber, r 1464 Ellis 
Avery Benjamin H, mining, r 1218 Bu- 
chanan 
Averv Bruce, waiter, r 458 Duboce Av 
Avery Calvin E. metalwkr, 2914 Fulton, 

r 3642, 16th , 
AVERY FRANK M, asst mgr Fire Asso- 
ciation of Philadelphia and Philadel- 
phia Underwriters. 512 Sacramento 
Averv Harry, lab, r 1213 Buchanan 
Avery John C, office Russ Bldg 
Averv John J, elk. r 696 Haight 
Avery M H, salesman W W Montague 

& Co 
Avery Norman, physician, r 522. 6th Av 
Avery Oscar S, elk Deere Implement Co, 

r 742 Ashbury 
Avery Samuel, salesman Hinz & Landt 

(Ine) r S55 Capp 
Avery Walton F, patternmkr. 1065 How- 
ard, r 2206 Grove 
Avery William, barber, r 1218 Buchanan 
AVERY WILLIAM H, asst genl mgr 
Tovo Kisen Kaisha (Oriental Steam- 
ship Co) 240-242 Flood Bldg 
Avery W Y, brakeman S P Co, r 1076 
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Avila Manuel (Marin Milk Producers) r 

20 Oak Grove Av 
Avilla A J, stev, 300 Steuart 
Avilla Antonio, broker, r 1828 Webster 
Avilla Frank, deckhand str Berkeley 
Avilla Frank M, asst weigher U S Cus- 
toms, r Oakland 
Avis Charles R. salesman Geo P Moore 

Co (Inc) r 534 Clayton 
Avis John J, sec Chas C Moore & Co En- 
gineers, r 642 Clayton 
AVIS JOHN R, mgr McCall Patterns, r 

534 Clayton 
Avon The, lodgings, 420 Jones 
Avoy John, fireman, r 25 Montezuma 
Avriol Leon, r 1731 Sutter 
Avy Eugene Jr, bkkpr London Paris Na- 
tional Bank, r 2422 Union 
Axdal Peter, stev, r 278 Precita Av 
Axdal Peter S, master mariner, Ferry 

Bldg „ „., 

Axdall O S, master mariner, Ferry Bldg 
Axel Oure, cementwkr, r 2404 Harrison 
Axell Albert, marble polisher, r 1830a 
Howard , 

Axell Allan, with Shreve & Co, r 49 Wal- 
ler 
Axelrod Benjamin, r 1614 O'Farrell 
Axelrod Clarence, selector Nathan-Dohr- 

mann Co, r 4S4 Frederick 
Axelrod Joseph, dry goods, 1400 Stock- 
ton, r 1763 Mason 
Arelrod Milton, elk Nathan-Dohrmann 

Co r 484 Frederick 
Axelrod Nathan, salesman Hale Bros 

(Inc) r 1257 Octavia 
Axelsen Hans J, carp, r 46 Arleta Av 
Axelsen Ivor, molder, r 1318 Natoma 
Axford Bros (W J and W F) proprs Mis- 
sion Foundry and Stove Wks, 2256 

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Axford Joseph, molder, r 1611 Fulton 
Axford Sarah, widow, r 1611 Fulton 
Axford Walter F (Axford Bros) r 738 

Axfonj" William J (Axford Bros) r 2419 

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Axt Herman J, painter, 1175 Vermont 
Axtel Olie, carp, r 206 Howth 
Axtell George M, bartndr, r 32 < 3, 22d 
Axtman Eva, widow, r 1310 Brodenck 
Axtman Leopold, plumber, r 57 Sycamore 
AXTON FREDERICK R, dentist, 2510 

Washington, r Berkeley 
Ayden Allen, cashier Gordon & Hoadley, 

r Oakland 
Ayden John L. elk Car Record Office 

S P Co, r Berkeley 
Ayden Walter E, bkkpr Sterling Elec Co. 

r Berkeley 
Aydukovich Lars, eontr, r 1238, 3-d Av 

Ayer Ethel C, adjuster U S Mint, r 12S1 

Geary ., , . 1 .en o.i, 

Ayer Eugene A, pile driver, r 1459, 9tu 

Av 
Aver Frederick L (Ayer & Bodati) and 

(Bertsch, Breen & Ayer) r 1466, 10th 

Ayer George, teamster, r 635 Edinburgh 
Aver George S, painter r 3006 Pierce 
Ayer Harry R. cementwkr, r 1905, 10th 

Av 
Ayer Helen C, widow, r 3740. 17th 
Aver Henrv B, carp, r 3724, 17th 
Aver Joseph S, carp, r 3724. 17th 
Ayer Obed W. Ry Postal elk, r Reno. 

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Ayer Sophia, widow, r 1459 9th Av 
Ayer Washington E. elk H N Cook Belt- 
ing Co, r Berkeley 
Ayer W S. engr Belt RR, r Oakland 
AYER & BODATI (F L Ayer and E Bo- 
dati I liquors, 2032 Fillmore 
Ji-'Ayer. See Ayers, Ayres, Eayers and 

Aver'hardt Charles R, contr, r 1220 Green 



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Averhart Guy O, cigars, r 325 Presidio 

Av 
Ayerhart W R. mtrman U RR, r 1220 

Avers Alexander, bartndr, r 432, 3 2d Ay 
Ayers C, asst foreman Barneson-Hib- 

berd Co, r AJameda 
Avers Charles E, mach, r 2030 Scott 

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Ayers Drug Co, HIS Van Ness Av 
Ayers Edward N, mgr Ayers Drug Co, r 

1495 Oak 
Ayers Edwin H, painter, r 112 Chatta- 

Ayers Elizabeth, widow, r 1949a Oak 
Ayers F W, elk Pac Hardware & Steel 

Co, r Alameda _ 

Avers Hermann C, painter, r 42 1 Cole 
Avers John C, r 716 Hampshire 
Avers Kate, widow, r 144 Clement 
\Vers Marshall L. foreman S P Co 

' Shops, r 808 Kentucky _ 
Ayers Milton A, moving picture opr 

Miles Bros, r 1949a Oak 
Avers Rollin C, adv. 34 Kearny r Ross 
Avers Thomas F, student, r 1006 Page 
iS-Ayers. See Ayer, Ayres, Eayers and 

Eyre • 

Ayhens J A. stev, 300 Steuart 
Avhens Walter, lab, r 2t Holhday Av 
\ylesworth Walter E, foreman Gibraltar 

Warehouse, r 481, 27th 
iSfAylesworth. See Aylsworth 
Avling Frederick, brkmkr. r 1204 Grove 
Avlsworth Agencies Co, H G Aylsworth 

pres, Greenwood Bldg, 137, 2d 
Aylsworth Howard G, pres Aylsworth 

Agencies Co, r 51, 1st Av 
«S Avlsworth. See Aylesworth 
Aylward Richard T, lab, r 162b West Av 
Aylward Thomas, bartndr, r 1149 \ a- 

lencia , 

Aymar George, elk, r 14 50 Sanchez 
Avmard Alexander, lab. r 246, 4th 
Aymard Frank, propr Hotel Belmont, r 

2015 Folsom 
\yraard Hypolite, cleaner St Francis Ho- 
tel 
Avmard Peter, r 246, 4th 
Avmer Charles, waiter, r 1411% Guerrero 
Aymeri Leon, driver Royal Meat Market. 

r 810 Pacific 
\vmeric Leon, r 1209 Stockton 
Ayoob Abraham, r 946 York 
Avres Alexander S, r 442, 32d Ay 
Ayres Allen D, elk, r 316, 11th Av 
Ayres Arthur, with Shreve & Co, r aei- 

Ayr^s^Benjamin, lab r 641 Hampshire 

Ayres B W. mtrman U RR, r 1416 Turk 
Ayres Carrie, widow, r 316 11th Av 
Ayres Edwin T, livery stable, 401 Scott, 

r 830 Devisadero 
Avres Elizabeth, widow, r 1415 Oak 
Ayres Eugene, elk, r 120 Laidley 
Ayres Harry H, elk Morrison Lumber Co, 

Ayres^JohnV teamster, r 1316 Dolores 
Ayres Lucas, painter, r 120 Laidley 
Avres Mae, widow, r 3625, -Otn 
Avres Tubman L, mining, r 404 Cole 
Ayres William (Ayres & Peterson) l 

Ayres* WHliamJ electn, r 2214 Clement 
Ayres William H. lab, r-61 Merritt 
Avres William W. mgr Oceanic Phar- 
macy, r 120 Laidley ' 
\vres it Peterson (W Ayres and C E 
* Peterson) automobile painting. 6i.» 

i [yres" See Ayer, Ayers, Eayers and 

Aysloulfh Arthur, rattanwkr, r 3270. 24th 
Ayscough Mary Mrs, notions. 32,0. 24th 



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Ayscough William, basket ware, ; 

24th 
Azer Andrew, r 2143 Folsom 
Azevedo John D, lab, r 161, 12th Av 
Azevedo Joseph, lab, r 1045 Pierce 
Azevedo Julia, widow, r 511 Octavia 
tW Azevedo. See Acevedo 
Aztec Manufacturing Co, testing 

leaks. 205 Tehama 
Azzaretti John, lab, r 407 Union 



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B AMD S DRUG Co (Inc) P I Brooks 
pres S P Strange vice-pres and mgr, 
21 Ellis, tel Douglas 2534 
B W S Machine and Engineering Co. 3648 

18th 
B & W Engineering Co, E D Crowley 

sec, 127 Montgomery 
Baack Henry, hardware, Montgomery cor 

Francisco, r 1412 Jones 
Baack Marv, widow, r 30 Moss 
Baader Adolf, cooper, r 393 Haight 
BAADER AUGUST, liquors. 300 Davis, 

tel Kearnv 733, r 926 Alvarado 
Baader Rudolf, brewer, r 393 Haight 
:iW Baader. See Bader 
Baago Knud. tailor. 148 1 Ellis 
Baagoe christian, r 968 Clayton 
Baalke Richard C, carp, r 68 Josiah 
Baalman John (Hahnemann Homeopa- 
thic Pharmacy) r Oakland 
Baar James, r 3804, 22d 
tS-Baar. See Bahr. Bar, Barr and Bane 
Baaser August, carp, r 141S. 16th Av 

South 
Baaser Charles, shingler, r 1418, 16th Av 

Baader Gustav, lab. r 1418. 16th Av 

South 
Babb George, r 2227 Bryant 
Bahbino Antonio, liquors. 1411 Grant A\, 

r 5 Grant PI _, 

Babbino Emil. elk, r 5 Grant PI 
Babbitt Elizabeth, widow, r 208 Shotwell 
Babbitt Madie E. widow, r 30 < V4 Octavia 
Babcock A H, elect engr S P Co. r Oak- 

Babcoek Bert, painter, r 1838 Filbert 
Babcock Building, NW cor California 

and Battery ... _. , 

Babcock Charles, bartndr, r 545 I tali 
Babcock Fred D, r 1341 Jessie 
Babcock George C, elk U S Mint, r Ala- 
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Babcock H. purser str Constance 
Babcock Henry, r 2660 Scott 
Babcock H I, liquors, 961 Golden Gate 

Av, r 997 McAllister 
Babcock J A, marine engr 45 Steuart 
Babcock Joseph lab, r 515 Potrero Av 
Bah^nt Marv Mrs. r 1309 Gough 




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Babcock W S, propr Vallejo and S F 

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BABCOCK & WILCOX CO THE I Pacific 
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ty steam boilers, Chas C Moore mgr, 
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Babcox Charles A, bkkpr The Bulletin, 

r 313 San Jose Av 
Baber James A, carp, r 339 Teddy Av 
Baber Roscoe E, printer H S Crocker 

Co, r 611 Minna 
Babes Thomas, boilermkr. r 218. 22d 
Babic Michael, lab, r 1563, 13th Av 

South 
Babicoia Development Co, 3..4 Pine 
Babin Landrv C, pres Landry C Babin 

Co, r San Rafael 
BABIN LANDRY C CO, Landry C Babin 
pres. Norbert C Babin vice-pres, 
Henry Martinez sec and treas, real 
estate, insurance and rent collectors, 
423 Kearny, tel Kearny 1437 
Babin Norbert C. vice-pres Landry C 

Babin Co, r San Rafael 
.tyBabino. See Babbino 
Bable Nellie Mrs, r 215%, 29th 
Babler Jacob, supt Alaska Packers Assn 
Babuder Charles A, lab, r 235 Henry 
Babue J T, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Baccala Caesar E. elk Italian-American 

Bank, r 2749 Laguna 
Baccala Joseph B, interpreter, r 2829 

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Baccala Louis, salesman, r 2829 Laguna 
Baccala Marv, widow, r 2S29 Laguna 
Baccelli Frank, elk P Nardi & Bro, r 501 

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Baccelli Pietro, lab, r 3167 Octavia 
Bacchi Edmund, sewing machines, 2221 

Greenwich 
Bacchi Margaret, dry 

wich 
Bacchi Ray (Basso & Bacchi) r 2221 

Greenwich 
Bacchini Adolph, groceries, cor 30th Av 

South and I 
BACCHUS VINEYARDS, Rhinefarm, So- 
noma Co. office 18-20-22 California 
Bacci Antonio, lab, r 563 Walnut Av , 
Bacci Arigio, lab, 19S7 Union 
Bacci I'M ward I >. stenogr Supt of Trans- 
portation S P Co, r 954 Eddy 
Bacci Misaelle, lab, r 1605 Chestnut 
Bacci Nicola, porter Tillmann & Bendel, 

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Bacci Regolo, carp, r 1987 Union 



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Bacciocco Giacomo (Bacciocco & Canata) 

r 1604 Grove , 

Bacciocco Joseph, butcher, r 87 2 Vallejo 
Bacciocco & Canata (G Bacciocco and 
G Canata) na» and grain, 1604 Grove 
iSfBacciocco. See Baciocco 
Baccus Alfred G, butcher, r 558 Clayton 
Baccus Charles J, butcher, r 558 Clayton 
Baccus George, comp, r 627, 14th 
Baccus Gertrude Miss, bkkpr R ' 

cus, r 558 Clayton 
Baccus Josephine Miss, cashier 

Baccus, r 558 Clayton 
Baccus Louis R, patternmkr 

ery 
BACCUS RICHARD T, propr United 
Market, SW cor Haight and Shrader, 
tel Park 903 
X'-r Baccus See Backess and Backus 
Bacelli Peter, fruits, r 2793 Pine 
Bach Adam, driver, r 468% Grove 
Bach Alfred, pres Charles Bach Co, r 

Ross, Marin Co 
BACH CHARLES CO (Inc) A Bach pres, 
C L Bach sec, malt, hops and brew- 
ers' supplies, 2108 Stockton, tel 
Kearny 754 
Bach Charles L, sec Charles Bach Co, r 

Ross, Marin Co 
Bach Christian, upholst, r 174 Lily Av 
Bach Ernest E. tailor, r 563 Liberty 
Bach Henry C, salesman, r 2282 Howard 
Bach Herman, cementwkr, r 1070 Caro- 
lina 
Bach James C, real estate, 1040 Polk, r 

696 Steiner 
Bach John L, r 2282 Howard 
Bach Louise, widow, r 2282 Howard 
Bach Max, salesman, r 721 Post 
Bach Otto, maeh Johnson Gear Co 
Bach William, barber, r 8 San Antonio 

PI 
Bach William F, lithogr, r 2282 Howard 
Bache Edgar D, acct, r 363 Page 
Bachelder Alvah H, pres Holt Bros Co, 

r 2215 Pacific Av 
Bachelder Carl A, sec Holt Bros Co, r 

Oakland 
Bachelder John, lab, r 1720y 2 Howard 
Bachelder William H, elk Wells Fargo 

Nevada Natl Bank, r 661 Haight 
S3 Bachelder. See Batchelder 
jig-Bachelor. See Batchelor 
Bachelors' Laundry. 872 Bryant 
Bachelors The, lodgings, 2620 Laguna 
Bacher Henrv J. butcher, r 1423 Willard 
Bacher John, liquors, 1320 Railroad Av 
Bacher Louis, milk, 1220 Vermont 
£®"Bacher. See Backer, Baker and Bick- 

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Bachert Godfrey, baker, 

lister 
Bachinava F, lab, r 501 Union 
Bachioni Frank, musician, r 6 Bartol 
Bachle Charles T, carp, r 148 Ney , 
Bachle Frank, lab Cal Glue Wks 
Bachle John S, plumber, r 148 Ney 
Bachman Arthur, pres S Bachman & 

Co (Inc) r 2800 Jackson 
Bachman Davis, acct, r 2359 Devisadero 
Bachman Edwin D. salesman Greene- 
baum, Weil & Michels, r 2359 Devi- 
sadero . 
Bachman Irving A, pres Standard Port- 
land Cement Corporation, Crocker 
Bldg, r Napa, Cal 
Bachman Lawrence N, dept mgr D N & 

E Walter & Co, r 2605 Steiner 
Bachman Leopold S, r 2359 Devisadero 
Bachman Linda, widow, r 1770 Pacific 

Av 
Bachman Pauline, widow, r 2605 Steiner 
BACHMAN S & CO (Inc) Arthur Bach- 
man pres Simon Bachman vice-pres. 
M H Falkensteln sec, whol cigars and 
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Bachman Simon, vice-prea S Bachman 

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& Co, r 2605 Steiner 
SffBaoliman. See Backman and BoecK- 

Bac'hmTnn Adolph. bakery, 874 .Valencia 

Bachmann Charles, locksmith, 729 Clay, 

r 903, 14th „ r _ „.. 

Bachmann Emil, piano tuner, r 757, bin 

Av 
Bachmann Jacob, hardware, 7 29 Clay, r 

2130 Point Lobos Av 
Bacho B & Co ( B Bacho and A For- 

gues) shoes, 1344 Powell 
Bacho Baptiste (B Bacho & Co) r 1344 

BACHRACH R W, genl mgr Bachrach 
& Co r 2144 Ward. Berkeley 

BACHRACH & CO. 

advertising, advertising- novelties, 
signs and calendars, 556 Market and 
25 Sutter, tel Kearny 2020 

jc-ty Bachrach. See Bacharaeh 

Bachtold Jacob (Bachtold & Shaad) r 

3326, 20th • _, 

Bachtold & Shaad (J Bachtold and L 

Shaad) butchers, 2007 Folsom 
Bacich Antony (Slisko & Bacich) r 620 

Bacigalupi Aliddia, widow, r 1512 Brod- 

Bacigalupi Antone, with Geo H Tay 

Co, r 52 Hollis 
Bacigalupi Antonio, painter, r 19 Alta PI 
Bacigalupi Antonio L, lab, r 5 Telegraph 

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Bacigalupi John, ropemkr, r 2869 -3d 
Bacigalupi Joseph (Peter Bacigalupi & 

Sons) r 55S Steiner 
Bacigalupi Joseph elk. r 21a Lafayette 



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Bacigalupi Beatrice Miss, teacher Pub 
Schools, r 2129 Green . 

Bacigalupi C, driver, r 222 Moultrie 

Bacigalupi, Cademarton & Co (M S 
Bacigalupi, P Cademarton and C 
Pons) men's furnishings, 1846 Lmon 
and 485 Broadway , 

Bacigalupi David E. physician 205 
Montgomery Av, r 522 Filbert 

Bacigalupi Domenico, wood and coal, 4-<5 
Point Lobos Av . 

Bacigalupi Edith widow, r S5 ( Wiscon- 

Badgalupi Eugene Rev S J, professor 

St Ignatius College, r 2211 Hayes 
Bacigalupi Frank, r 1711 Grant Av 
Bacigalupi Frank r 1909 Golden Gate 

Av , 
Bacigalupi Frank, r 2135 Lombard 
Bacigalupi Frank, phonographs, r 1909 

Bacigalupi Frederick, lab, r 87 Irvine 
Bacigalupi Fred F, stenugr Toyo Kisen 

Kaisha, r 522 Filbert 

Bacigalupi G. pastemkr, r 170 Seneca Av 

Bacigalupi Gaetano. vice-pres Columbus 

Savings & Loan Society, r 524 Filbert 

Bacigalupi Giaubatista (Bacigalupi & 

Podesta) r 551 Union „„-,.„, , 

Bacigalupi Giovanni, elk, r 20n2 Taylor 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, lab, r 2412 Folsom 

rear . 

Bacigalupi Henrietta Mrs, dry goods, 

1505 Grant Av - 

Bacigalupi Henry A (S F Window Shade 

Co) r 2129 Green . 

Bacigalupi Henry L (Bacigalupi, Rossi 

& Co) r 2128 Post 
Bacigalupi James A, atty, Mills Bldg, r 

1601 Scott , ^ _, 

Bacigalupi Jildo H, bkkpr, r 451 Green 
Bacigalupi J J, driver W F & Co Ex 
Bacigalupi John, r 5ol Union 
Bacigalupi John, hay and grain, 221- 

Mason, r 15% Water 
Bacigalupi John, paperhanger. r 19 Alta 



Bacigalupi Joseph, dm 

Lobos Av 

Bacigalupi Joseph, lab. r 590 Hampshire 
Bacigalupi Joseph, stableman, r 623 Val- 

Bacigalupi Joseph. stableman, r 2112 

Folsom . .-o 

Bacigalupi Joseph C. marine engr. r 029 

Bacigalupi J P, bkkpr Columbus Savings 

& Loan Society, r Kentfleld 
Bacigalupi Julia dentist, 2129 Green 
Bacigalupi Lorenzo, r 3 Laden Ai 
Bacigalupi Louis, r 524 Montgomery Av 
Bacigaulupi Louis, carp, r 825 San Jose 

Bacigalupi Louis, tilesetter, r 9 Calhoun 
Bacigalupi Louis D. physician, 406 Sut- 
ter, r 2129 Green 
Bacigalupi Madeline, widow, r 21a La- 
fayette PI ,„„ 
Bacigalupi Marie Mrs, dry goods. 52^ 

Filbert . _, , 

Bacigalupi Mark S (Bacigalupi, Cadem- 

atori & Co) r 414 Chestnut 
Bacigalupi Natale, teamster, r 9 Calhoun 
Bacigalupi Paul, ins, 522 Filbert 
Bacigalupi Peter \ Peter Bacigalupi & 

Sons) r 55S Steiner _ . 

Bacigalupi Peter Jr (Peter Bacigalupi & 

Sons) r San Rafael 
BACIGALUPI PETER & SONS ( P, Peter 
Jr and J) talking machines, whol 
1021 Golden Gate Av, retail 1113 Fill- 
more . ,, . 
Bacigalupi Prosper, painter, 612 Broad- 

Bacigalupi Rosa, widow, r 19 Alta PI 
Bacigalupi. Rossi & Co (H L Bacigalupi 
and A O Rossi) poultry, Spreckels 
Market „ _, ,, 

Bacigalupi Silvio, blksmith. r 9 Calhoun 

Bacigalupi Stephen, carp, r 21a Lafay- 
ette PI , _• „ TT . 

Bacigalupi Stephen, lab. r 53 1 Union 

Bacigalupi Tadini J, atty, Flood Bldg, 
r 522 Filbert 

BACIGALUPI THEODORE, pies Italian- 
American Realty Co, r 998 Union 

Bacigalupi Victor, trimmer, r 2005 
Greenwich 

Bacigalupi Victoria, widow, r 2936 wen- 

Bacigalupi Virgil, driver, r 2308% Taylor 
Bacigalupi William, laundryman, r 10t>( 

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Baciocco Antone, f 

3549, 24th 
tf^Baciocco. See Baccioceo 
Back Anthony H, elk H Wreden & Co, 

r 2260 Fillmore 
Back Gustav, lab, r 156 Girard 
Back James, r 2528% Sutter , 
Back William B, plasterer, r 281 Cali- 
fornia Av 
Backall Samuel, elk, r 150 Jackson 
Backe Charles H, shoefltter, r 234 Par- 

Backe Frank D, carpet layer, r 2622 Sut- 
ter 

Backe Frank L, earp, r 2622 % Sutter 

it-TBacke. See Bache 

Backenbach, August, painter, r 2954 La- 
guna 

Backer Bernard, fruits, r 143S Pacific 

Backer Charles, elk Wunder Brewery 

Backer Walter, bkkpr, r 119 Clement 

tfS"Baeker. See Bacher, Baker and Beck- 
er 

i'TBackess. See Baccus, Backus and 
Bacus 

Hi Baekhusen. See Beckhusen 

Backin John, molder U I Works Co, r 
2218, 18th Av South 

Backman Charles E, shipfitter, r 2423 
Clement ' 

Backman Florence Mrs, teacher Pub 
Schools, r 1202 Union 

BACKMAN a S, dentist, 2188 Bush, 
hours 10 to 3, tel West 7139 

Backman Helen B (Gielsdorf & Back- 
man) r 2423 Clement 

ts*Backmann. See Bachman and Boeck- 
mann 

Backoff Charles, delicacies. 513 Cortland 
Av 

Backoff Romain, elk, r 124% Newman 

Backstedt W, mach, r 4033. ISth 

Backstrom Carl, waiter, r 20 Byington 
Av 

Backus Albert, teamster, r 2042 Mission 

Backus Charles, master mariner, r 4331 
20th 

BACKUS SAMUEL W, pres Western 
Expanded Metal & Fire Proofing Co, 
r 1107 Jones 

Backus Watson G. cashier Fidelity Mu- 
tual Life Ins Co, r Berkeley 

;( '7 Backus. See Baccus and Backess 

Baclagon Manuel, with Dunham, Carri- 
gan & Hayden Co, r 1006 Washington 

Bacoccini Leo, lab, r 3334 Mission 

Bacon C C, bkkpr S F Gas & Elec Co, 
r Alameda 

Bacon Charles A, druggist, r 1485 Mc- 
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Bacon Charles H (Bacon & Corlett) 346 



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Bacon Edmond, groceries, 5001 Point Lo- 

bos Av 
Bacon Edward R. salesman Harron, 

Rickard & McCone. r Berkeley 
Bacon Edwin H, mgr Coast Review, r 

4617 H 
Bacon Fred D, salesman Heller, Klein 

& Co, 41 Sansome 
Bacon Gaston E, pres Cal College of 

Pharmacy University of Cal, r 2695 

Sacramento 
Bacon George V C, correspondent Getz 

Bros & Co, r San Bruno 
Bacon Harvey M, broker and viee-pres 

Pacific Coast Trust Co 
Bacon James H. atty and pres Pacific 

Coast Trust Co 
Bacon Joseph J (Bacon & Daseking) 

r 161 Morris Av 
Bacon Louis, cement, r 517, 36th Av 
Bacon Reuben, carp, r 23 Bartlett 
Bacon Samuel, boxmkr, r 391 Leaven- 
worth 
Bacon Walter R (Bourdette & Bacon) 

atty, r Hotel Holland 
Bacon William O, salesman Hirsch & 

Kaiser, r 4064, 17th 
Bacon William R, dentist, Butler Bldg. 

r Alameda 
Bacon W R, cabtmkr, r 659 Mission 
Bacon W Sherman (Brandon & Bacon) 

r 114, 10th Av 
Bacon & Corlett (C H Bacon and W J 

Corlett) liquors, 346 Pine 
Bacon & Daseking (Joseph J Bacon and 

Henry Daseking) liquors, 501, 6th 
Bacque Girons, office 15 Montgomery Av 
Badaraceo Benjamin, teamster, r 819 

Vallejo „„,., „ 

Badaraceo Bernard, carp, r 712% Green- 
wich 
Badaraceo Charles, agt, r 2017 Webster 
Badaraceo John, baker, r 462 Green 
Badaraceo Rosa, widow, r 465 Filbert 
Badarous Elizabeth A, widow, r 104 

Baddelev William T, r 2019 Webster 
Bade F H, stev, r 492 Fell 
Baden Henry P, watchman, r 223, 29th 
Baden John H C, liquors. 3279 Sacra- 
mento, r 408 Presidio Av 
Baden Lucy, widow, r 223, 29th 
Badenhauer George C, liquors, NE cor 

7th Av and Clement, r 560 Clement 
Badensdistel Franz, butcher Albert 

Meyer & Co 
Bader G, electn Pac Tel & Tel Co, r 341 

Locust 
Bader George, painter, r 128 Church 
Bader Gottlieb, brewer, r 67 Ritch 
Bader William A, cook, r 1621 Castro 
Badger Beaven, .elk O'Connor, Moffatt 

& Co, r 1064 Broderick 
Badger Benjamin K, elk, r 426. 14th 
Badger Benjamin K, r 1430 McAllister 
Badger Charles R, woodturner, r 520 

Vermont , 

Badger Clarence G, treas Sierra Art & 

Engraving Co, r Alameda 
Badger Elmer W, elk Detmer Woolen Co, 

r 1014 De Haro 

BADGER FIRE EXTINGUISHER 

CO, George J. Becker mgr, 507 Mont- 
gomery 

Badger George, r 107 Noe 

Badger George E. lineman, r 107 Noe 

Badger George H, with W & J Sloane. 

r 1064 Broderick 
Badger Harry, elk, r S50 Carolina 
Badger James A, barber, 1803 Post, r 

2406 Sacramento 
Badger L, elk Western Fuel Co, r Ala- 
meda » 
Badger Mill Co, 1726, 15th 
Badger William H, elk, r 1014 De Haro 
Badglev Gilbert B, carp, r 1452 Waller 
Badglev Julia, widow, r 130, 10th Av 



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Badgies Sherman, carp, r 4ib Lapidge 
Badgley William O, genl mgr Pac Lime 

and Plaster Co. r Oakland 
Bading Julia J Miss, nurse, r 412 Lin- 

den Av 
BADISCHE MARINE INSURANCE CO 

(Mannheim) Louis Rosenthal genl 

agt, 302 California 
Badlam Alice C, widow, r 2620 McAl- 

Badlam Mary, widow, r 129S Haight 

Badoin William G, salesman, r 226 Fai- 
nassus Av . 

Badouin August L J Jr, patternmki, i 
3888, 17th 

BADT ALEXANDER L, sec Congrega- 
tion Sherith Israel, office 2010 Web- 
ster r 2319 Sacramento 

Badt Bertram A, salesman, r 2319 Sac 
ramento „ , .. „ 

Badt Clarence L. dept mgr Goldbeig. 
Bowen & Co, r 2319 Sacramento 

Badt Lena, widow, r 3038 Jackson 

Badt Milton B, atty, Chronicle Bldg, r 
3038 Jackson 

Badt Percy L, solr Thomas Morton & 
Son, r 2319 Sacramento 

Badt Roy A. civ engr, r 2319 Sacra- 
mento ^, nr ,-, „ 

Baehr Charles, tailor, r 2405 Polk 
BAEHR HARRY, mgr King Solomon's 
Hall and sec The Western Addition 
Masonic Hall Assn. King Solomon s 
Lodge No 260, F and A M, and King 
Solomon's Chapter No 95 R AM 
1745 Fillmore, tel West 6797, r 2919 
Fillmore , 

Baehr Walter H. elk Royal and Queen 

Ins Cos, r 2919 Fillmore 
Baehr William (A Gerberding & Co) r 

Alameda 
BAEHR'S CAPE, Martin Finberg propr, 

1749 Fillmore 
Baelz Jacob, restaurant, 1 35 McAllistei, 

r 737 McAllister 
Baeme L J, salesman Uhl Bros, r 3119 
California , 

Baender C R. stenogr International 

Banking Corp, r Fruitvale 
Baer Adolf B, dentist, 1204 Sutter, l 

3757 Clay 
Baer A Edward, with Commercial Union 

Assurance Co, r 1200 Geary 
Baer Albert, cigars, r 1124 Fell 
Baer August, mfrs agt, r 2337 Bush 
BAER CHARLES, atty-at-law, 925 Eddy, 

tel Franklin 2854 
BAER DRUG CO, E A Baer, mgr, 722 

Market 
BAER EDWARD A, with Baer Drug Co 

r 1810 Bush _ . 

Baer Ernest, upholst. r 1473 Guerrero 
Baer Frank, elk Payne's Bolt Wks, i 

Oakland ,,.. 

Baer Frank, waiter, r 1097 McAllister 
Baer Frank V, druggist, r 15b0 tsu 

chanan „ _ ,, 

Baer George, insp U S Int Rev Collr. l 

Cloverdale 
Baer George, plasterer, r 193, 4th 
Baer Henry, elk, r 3757 Clay 
ilex Isaac, janitor City Hall r 925 Eddy 
Baer John, cabtmkr. r 239 Dorland 
Baer Joseph, r 1200 Geary 
Baer Julius, dentist, 1204 Sutter, r 3.01 

Clay _, 

Baer Leopold, r 3757 Clay 
Baer Louis, r 947 Oak 
Baer Maurice, elk M A Gunst Co, r 23dd 

Post 
Baer Max. elk, r 2333 Post 
Baer Monroe, elk, r 9 47 Oak 
Baer Moses, printer, r 2333 Post 
Baer Reuben, teamster, r 169 Page 
Baer Robert E, butcher, r 372, 18th A\ 
Baer William) A, mach, r 505 Crescem 
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ibrBaer. See Baehr, Bahr, Behr and 

BaerneYudwig (Fries & Baeme) r Sfe82b 

Baerne Otto, plumber, r 3582b 18th 
Baetje John P (Albert Meyer & Co) r 

Bael 3 CharletV draper l»S0.™«« |)q 
Baffa Frank J, cooper Herbert & Cordes 
Baffin Joseph, gardener, r 16 Ware 
Baffia Madeline, widow, r 16 Waie 
Baffico Andrea, r 2637, 20th 
Baffico John, scavenger, r 16, 14th 
Bagala George A, teamster, r 1324 Ala- 
bama 
Bagala Leo. r S30 Stanyan 
Bagast J W. salesman The Emporium, 
r 1556 Fulton r--™, 

Bagathin Ernest. brasswkrrS64 Green 
|...,,.,.] rV Peter, millman. r 3842, 25th 
Bail John S. with U S Cast Iron Pipe 

& Foundry Co. r Mill Valley 
Bagge C S, stenogr Westmghouse Elee 

& Mfg Co, r Berkeley . 

Bagge Charles, master str Tamalpais, 

r Sausalito , _ . 

Bagge Spencer B (W H Bagge & Son) r 

3528 Sacramento 

BAGGE W H & SON, building construc- 
tion. 223 Balboa Bklg. tel Kearny 4749 
Bagge William H. pres (W H Bagge & 

Son) r 3528 Sacramento 
Baggerlv Hvland L. sporting editor 

The 'Bulletin, r 1718 Pine 
Raggett Nellie, widow, r (06 Haight 
Baggett Wjntield S, cashier Recorder 

Pub Co. r Fruitvale 
Baggiani Carlo, lab. r 1502 Grant Av 
i; ;l ggiani Michael (Baggiani & Bianehi) 

r 1538 Grant Av . . 

Baggiani & Bianehi (M Baggiani and 
S Bianehi) groceries. 1502 Grant Av 
Baggs Co, mfrs agts. 678 McAllister 
Baggs Edward B (Baggs Co) r bi8 Mc- 
Allister 
BAGGS MONTGOMERY, Are and marine 
insurance, 501-502 Merchants Ex- 
change, r San Rafael 
m Baggs. See Beggs 
Ragla Henry J. electn. r 9 Lucky 
Bagley B H. elk S P Co. r 871 Church 
Bafley C E. marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Bagley Grover C, elk S P Co. r 8(1 

Church 
Baglev Hannah, widow, r 4218, 24th 
Bagley Henry, r 133S Fell 
Baglev James J, insp U S Customs, r 
4218, 24th ,-,- 

Baglev John F, elk U S Customs, r 4. IS 

Baglev John J, oementwkr, r 4125, 24th 
Baglev J W. draftsman Maintenance of 

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Bagley Mamie Miss, nurse, r 628 Cole 
Bagley Mary F, widow, r 2751 Clay 
Bagley Perkins H, insp U S Customs, r 

725 Webster 
Bagley Thaddeus. r 3167 Mission 
£.v Bagley. See Begiey and Bigley 
Baglietto Emanuel, r 1837 Lombard 
Baglietto Joseph, boilermkr, r 1735 

Stockton 
Baglietto Louis (Baglietto & Carosio) r 

1926 Filbert 

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Baglietto Nino 
1741 Mason 

Baglietto Rosa, widow, r 1735 Stockton 

Baglietto Victor L, ship carp, r 816 
North Point 

Baglietto & Carosio (L Baglietto and A 
Carosio) produce com, 421 Davis 

Bagnall Clement H. with Shreve & Co, r 
1105 Leavenworth 

Bagnall Clyde A, stableman, r 1090 Na- 
toma 

Bagnall George D, stableman, r 1090 
Natoma 

Bagnall Joseph, watchman, r 1418 Mont- 
gomery 

Bagnall Percy, elk, r 1918 Pierce 

Bagnall & Boughton (Mrs F E Rice and 
Mrs C Boughton) milliners, 1622 Cal- 
ifornia 

£s"Bagnall. See Bagnell 

Bagnasco Emilio, driver, r 1804 Mason 

Bagnasco Jennie Mrs, dressmkr, 39 Jas- 
per PI 

Bagnatorl Enrico, marblewkr, r 8 Im- 
perial Av 

Bagnatori Frank, butcher, r 8 Imperial 
Av 

Bagneschi Louis, lab, r 1957 Stockton 

Bagot Edward A, salesman McCullough 
Prov Co, r 1065 Dolores 

Bagot H E, teacher Pub Schools, r Ber- 
keley 

,( Bagot. See Baggett 

Baguine August, laundryman, r 821 H 

Bahlmann Auguste, widow, r 361 Florida 

Bahlmann Carolina, widow, r 902 Penn- 
sylvania Av 

Bahlmann Henry A L, mgr Bell Drug 
Store, r 1010 Capp 

£3TBahlmann. See Bohlmann and Boll- 
man 

Bahls Herman H, pres Althof & Bahls, 
r Oakland 

Bahls Richard W, vice-pres Althof & 
Bahls, r Oakland 

Bahn Charles, seaman, r 322 Chestnut 

Bahn Louis, blksmith. r 906 Silver Av 



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808 Alvarado 
Bahnsen Daniel (Edson 
Bahr Adam, brklayer, r 
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Bahr Theodore P (Goldman & Bahr) r 

161 Octavia 
Bahr William, teamster, r 1509, 8th Av 

South 
iiTBahr. See Baar, Bar and Barre 
Bahrenberg John, r 525 Shotwell rear 
Bahrenfuss Louise, widow, r 2263 Geary 
BAKES GEORGE H, atty-at-law, 606- 
608 Hibernia Bldg, 11 Jones, tel Mar- 
ket 324, r 914 Page 
Bahrs John J, liquors, 1307 Pacific, r 

1718 Leavenworth 
Bahrs William, carp, r 445. 22d Av 
Baida Michael G, tailor, 1362 Webster, 

r 1206 Turk 
Baida Nicholas G. Oriental rugs, 1660 
Van Ness Av, r 1911 Van Ness Av 
Bail E W, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Bail Otto, barber, 1020 Scott, r 620 Wil- 
low Av 
Bail Paul M, carp, r 890 Lombard 
Bail Richard, brklayer, r 705 Douglass 
Bailey Alexander H, r 1686 Fell 
Bailey Alexander P (Anderson & Bailey) 

r 973 Sanchez 
Bailey Annie, widow, r 1010 Persia Av 
Bailey Bebee W, carp, r 630 Alvarado 
Bailey Belinda S, widow, r 481 Belve- 
dere 
Bailey Benjamin, electn, r 

Marina 
Bailey Bertha L, osteopath. 

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Bailev Byron, carp, r 33 Cotter 
Bailey Byron J, elk S P Co. r 33 Cotter 
Bailev C, mtrman U RR, r 2944, 24th 
Bailey Charles, blksmith, r 1940 Ellis 
Bailey Charles, tanner, r 1456, 9th Av 

South 
Bailey Charles G, mgr Twentieth Cen- 
tury Fixture Co, r Berkeley 
Bailey Charles M, with Hughson & Mer- 

ton (Inc) r Oakland 
Bailey Clara B Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 4926 California 
Bailey C W, driver, r 4b Collingwood 
Bailev David, lab, r 1415 Guerrero 
Bailey Edgar W, plumber, r 1030 Oak 
Bailey Edward, painter, r 1320 Florida 
Bailey Edward W (Bailey & Fuson) r 

363, 5th Av 
Bailey Edward W, lab, r 1030 Oak 
Bailey Elbridge J, carp, r 771, 14th 
Bailey Electric Co, 891 Sacramento 
Bailey Ellen, widow, r 973 Sanchez 
Bailey Elton F, cementwkr, r 190 Santa 

Marina 
Bailey Emerson R, elk Bemis Bio Bag 

Co, r Alameda 
Bailey E S, pres Bailey-Smith Machy 

Co, 71, 1st 
Bailey Francis T, r 261 Harold 
Bailey Frank A, elk, r 630 Alvarado 
Bailey Frank E, teamster, r 1031 Green- 
wich 
Bailey George, r 1554 Haight 
Bailey George, contr, r 319 Caselli Av 
Bailey George, liquors, r 3111 Pierce 
Bailey George, master mariner, r 778 

Capp 
Bailey George C, carp, r 222 North Wil- 

lard 
Bailey George D, policeman, r 3a Treat 

Av 
Bailey George G, capt Engine 10, r 778 

Capp 
Bailey George 
Bailey George 

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Bailey G H, foreman Western Sugar Re- 
fining Co, r 908 Steiner 
Bailey Harry, carp, r 4192 Army 
Bailey Harry, teamster, r 279 Sanchez 
Bailev Harry E, pressfeeder, r 1465 Wal- 



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Bailey Henry F, driver, r 2514 Folsom 

Bailey Henry S, jeweler, 1115 Van Ness 

Av, r 7 Goettingen „ „ „ 

Bailey Herbert W, with Ins Co of North 

America, r 650 Lyon 
Bailey Isaac L, carriagemkr. r 911 Har- 
rison 
Bailey James, brklayer, r 85. 5th 
Bailev James, carp, r 310 Excelsior Av 
Bailey James, marine engr, r 155 Chen- 

BaUey James D (Bailey & Johnston) r 

1915 Franklin 
Bailey James P, tanner, r 1328 Hamp- 

Bailey r James S, r 1127 Silver Av 
Bailev James S, waiter, r 16 Flood Av 
Bailev James T, r 973 Sanchez 
Bailey J Murray, mining engr, r 481 

Bailey John, horseshoer, r 2040 Ellis 
Bailev John, ironwkr, r 1103 Treat Av 
Bailey Joseph P, hoseman Engine ii, r 

BaiLTkemp Second U BH, r ,116. 27th 
Bailey L E, cond U RR, r . 323% York 
Bailey Leon A, elk Genl Frt Office S P 

Co, r Alameda 
Bailev Leslie E, lab, r 963 Oak 
Bailey Louis H, atty, 310 Sansome, r 

1010 Post „ „ , ,. 

Bailey Louis J. insp Board of Public I 

Wks, r 47 Langton 
Bailey Louis S. salesman Fred Ward & 

Bailey L P, elk Balfour, Guthrie & Co, 

r 1030 Oak 
Bailey Luther R. mgr Underwood & Un- 
derwood, r Berkeley 
Bailey Mark, student, r 1323% York 
Bailev M C Mrs. r 803 Devisadero 
Bailey Minter, elk James Barker, r 1021 

Van Ness Av 
Bailey M T, 1st officer str Siberia 
Bailey Norris T, collr Call, r 41, 1st Av 
Bailev Orrin, salesman, r 843 Elizabeth 
Bailey P D, collr, r 1026 Ellis 
Bailev Peter, r 1332 Florida 
Bailev Philip J. carp, r 1141 Silver Av 
Bailey R, lithogr Schmidt Litho Co, r 

Oakland „ , 

Bailey R B, elk Genl Elec Co, r Palo 

Bai"lev°Robert H, elk, r 2512 Folsom 
Bailey-Smith Machinery Co, E T Smith 
pr'es, C F Bulotti sec, F F Bodler 
mgr, 71, 1st 
Bailey T, lab, r 279 Sanchez 
Bailey Theodore, r 41, 1st Av 
Bailev Thomas J. plumber, r 1030 Oak 
Bailev Thomas J Jr. salesman Brittain 

&'Co (Inc) r 1030 Oak 
Bailey Timothy, hodcarrier, r 41 byca- 

more Av 
Bailey Timothy J, det sergt police, r 

26*87 Sacramento 
Biii If v Vivian Miss, teacher Pub Schools. 

r 481 Belvedere 
Bailev Warren G, carp, r 2124. 15th 
Bailey W B, elk S P Co. r Oakland 
Bailey W C, physician, 523 Clement, r 

325, 7th Av 
Bailey William, r 153 Day 
Bailey William (Bailey Elec Co) r Ala- 
meda 
Bailey William, cementwkr, r 190 Santa 

Marina 
Bailey William, lab, r 964 Harrison rear 
Bailev William, plasterer, r 704 Dolores 
Bailey William V, mach, r 963 Oak 
Bailey & Fuson (E W Bailey and C H 

Fusion) liquors, 1469 Bush 
BAILEY & JOHNSTON (James D Bail- 
ev and James C Johnston I genl agts 
Insurance Company of N A, 102 Bat- 
tery 
«* Bailey. See B 




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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

Bailhache George E, dentist, 870 Mc- 
Allister 
Bailhache John M. cashier Headquarters 

Dept of Cal U S A, r 2831 Webster 
Bailie Agnes Miss, nurse, r 1533 Page 
Bailie Alice, widow, r 1533 Page 
Bailie Hannah, widow, r 438 Scott 
Bailie Margaret Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 1533 Page 
Bailie Robert, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Bailie Thomas, lab, r 1533 Page 
Bailie William, elk, r 136 Douglass 
Bailie John J, liquors, 100 Bush, r 209a 

Guerrero 
Bailleres Julius, bartndr, r 519 Jackson 
Baillie A M, r 1385 Clay 
Baillie John A, stev, r 443, 3d Av 
Baillie Kenneth, salesman Tillmann & 

Bendel, r San Anselmo 
«3-Baillie. See Bailey, Bailly, Baily 

and Bayley 
Bailly Arthur, salesman, r 115, 8th Av 
Bailly Claude W, driver, r 4b Colling- 

Baillv Edward S, cashier, r 117, 8th Av 
Bailly Eugene, teamster, r 488. 5th Av 
Baillv Jules J. packer, r 178, 12th Av 
Bailly Leon, stone grainer, r 165, 12th 

Av 
Bailly Thomas E, physician, r 1400 Ma- 
sonic Av 
ii Bailly. See Bailey, Baillie, Baily and 
Bayley . , 

Baily Alexander H Jr (Excelsior Real 

Estate Co) r 1618 Fell 
Baily Charles J, genl mgr Walter A Mul- 

ler Co, r Oakland 
Baily Grace Miss, writer Bulletin, r 1003 

Devisadero 
Bailv Marv A. widow, r 1003 Devisadero 
jfiTBailv. See Bailey, Baillie, Bailly and 

Bayley , . ,n T> 

Bain Albert J, civil engr, r 14 49 Page 
Bain Alexander (S F Stove Wks) r 1(32 

Bryant 
Bain C E & Co (Charles E Bain) junk, 

410 Main 
Bain Charles E (C E Bain & Co) r Ala- 
meda „. , 
Bain Charles H. with Hills Bros, r Pied- 
mont 
Bain Fred B (Pond & Co) r Fruitvale 
Bain Henry F. electn. r 410 Cole 
Bain Michael, det sergt police, r 3382 

24th 
Bain Robert, teamster H B Goecken & 

Co, r 494 Brannan 
Bain Robert B, dept mgr Wellman Peck 
& Co, r Fruitvale n „_ n 

Bain Robert B Jr (Pond & Co) r 2o,8 

Bain R T, master mariner USA Trans- 
port Service 
Bain William H, r 1805 Fulton 



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Bayne 
Bainbridge Arnop, r 
Bainbridge Aususiu 
T U, r 4487, 23d 
Bainbridge Bridget, wido 

rero 
Bainbridge C E <J H Shirley & Co) r 

1013 Golden Gate Av 
Bainbridge C H Mrs, propr Hotel Ore- 
gon, 310 Valencia 
Bainbridge Charles W, engr, r 4487, 23d 
Bainbridge Harry, mach, r 118 Missis- 
sippi 
Baines Herbert, supt factory Byron 

Mauzy, r 219 Day 
Baines H G, musician, r 11 Heyman Av 
Baines Robert E, dry goods, 4564 Mis- 
sion 
Baines Thomas H (Peters & Baines) r 

El Verano, Cal 
Baines Walter, joiner, r 514 Missouri 
Baiocchi Angelo, peddler, r 49 Henry 
Baiochi Vitore, teamster, r 350 Vallejo 
Bair Clarence L (McDowell, Bair & San- 
ford) r 2270 Mission 
Bair John, ironwkr. r 1394 McAllister 
Bair Ulysses G, restaurant, 419 Mont- 
gomery 
Baird Benjamin, r Fairmont Hotel 
Baird Benjamin H. r 721 Post 
Baird C Alvin, bkkpr, r 1470 California 
BAIRD CHARLES W, vice-pres Over- 
land Freight Transfer Co, r 449 Page 
Baird David, r Fairmont Hotel 
Baird Dorothy Reinhold Mrs, public 

stenogr, 951 Fillmore, r 883 Fulton 
Baird Dudley (Pac Foundry Co) r Ber- 
keley 
Baird Frank V, elk Pac Gas & Electric 

Co, r Berkeley 
Baird Fred G, dentist Butler Bldg. r 

2241 Post 
Baird George D, ins broker, 334 Pine, 

r 260, 26th Av 
Baird Herbert C (Baird & Co) r S83 

Fulton 
Baird James, architect, 110 Bush, r 

Oakland 
Baird James, joiner, r S14 Carolina 
Baird James S (Hunter Electric Co) r 

130 Laguna 
Baird Jennie, widow, r 126, 5th Av 
Baird Lance, with Alexander & Baldwin 

Ltd, r Berkeley 
Baird R Curtis, with The Bank of Cal, 

r Berkelev 
Baird R E Mrs, widow, r 3241 Washing- 
ton 
Baird Robert H. elk Car Record Office 

S P Co, r Alameda 
Baird V C Mrs, r Fairmont Hotel 
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Baird William, r 126, 5th Av 

Baird William F, cashier Cross Lumber 

BAIRD & CO (H C Baird) business 
chances, real estate, 951 Fillmore, tel 
Park 2804 
A3" Baird. See Beard 
Baireuther Christopher, butcher, r 101 

Precita Av 
Baireuther Elizabeth, widow, r 679 

Jose Av 
Baireuther John C. butcher, 3224, 

r 101 Precita Av 
Baireuther John N. butcher, 29 Precita 

Av, r 179 Precita Av 
i/TBaireuther. See Bayreuther 
Bairow Gustav. lodgings. 265 Stevenson 
Bais Angelina Mrs, r 1117 Montgomery 
Bais Frank, lab, r 1117 Montgomery 
Baisley Walter A, mach, r 2071 Howard 
Bajada John, cutter Levi Strauss & Co, 

r 1325, 7th Av South 
Bakais Charles, wirewkr, r 1075 Ver- 
mont 
Baker Abraham, tailor, 4116, 24th 
Baker A C, office 34 Ellis, r Oakland 
Baker Adam, driver Emergency Hospi- 
tal, r 1020 Alabama 
Baker A L, r 35 Sanchez 
Baker Albert, carp, r 3345d 18th 
Baker Albert, liquors, S5 2 Kearny 
Baker Albert A, pressman, r 3221. 19th 
Baker Albert J, salesman Williams- 
Marvin Co, r 62 Stanyan 
Baker Alexander, blksmith, r 1227 How- 
ard 
Baker Alexander G (Smith & Baker) r 

1276, 12th Av 
Baker Alvin C, engr, r 1124 Mariposa 
Baker Andrew J, helper U S Mint, r 

940 Haight 
Baker Angelo Mrs, r 940 Haight 
Baker Arthur, shirt cutter, r 56S'/2 

Shotwell 
Baker Arthur, whseman, r 625 Peralta 

Av 
Baker Arthur, polisher, r 559 Lincoln Av 
Baker Arthur S, with Isaac TJpham Co, 

r 1812 Lyon 
Baker Arthur W, dentist, Butler Bldg, 

r 2135 Grove 
Baker Asphalt Improvement Co, John 

Baker Jr pres, 201 Mills Bldg 
Baker A T, elk Western Sugar Ref Co, 

r Oakland 
Baker Augustus, salesman Doan & Glov- 
er, r 37 Fair Oaks 
Baker Belle E, widow, r 3305, 21st 
Baker Benjamin F, r 318 Laguna 
Baker Bridget, widow, r 26 Chattanooga 
Baker B Thurber, elk Wiley B Allen Co, 

r Oakland 
Baker B W Jr, marine engr, r 991 

Church 
Baker Calvert M, elk, r 35 Sanchez 
Baker Carrol H, bkkpr Studebaker Bros 

Co, r 1459 Haight 
Baker C E Mrs, r 52 Portola 
Baker C G A, vice-pres The Maydwell 

Co, r Alameda 
Baker Charles, elk, r 2613 Sutter 
Baker Charles, driver, r 2615 Howard 
Baker Charles C, sheet metal wkr, r 52 

Portola 
Baker Charles E, mgr E F Merry, r 540 

Baker Charles E, student, r 174, 20th 

Av 
Baker Charles F (Witzel & Baker) r 

1526 Broderick 
BAKER CHARI.ES F, 

Crocker Nat Bank, r 
Baker Charles H, contr, 
Baker Charles H, florist, 

r 52 Chenery 
BAKER CHARLES H, manager Pacific 

Lithographic Co, r 2812 Sacramento 
Baker Charles W, r 1108 Cole 



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1074 Valencia, 



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Baker Charles W (Jacobs 

r 1303 Valencia 
Baker Charles W (Tebow & Baker) r 

Ba-ke'r Charl'es'V, elk Witzel & Bakerl 

Baker "Chester, electn Pac Tel & Tel Co. 

Baker Clarence A, plumber, r 1968 Ellis 
Baker Clarence C. physician. 1028 Mar- 
ket, r 2158 Pine 
Baker Colgate, dramatic editor Chron- 
icle, r 463% Sanchez 
Baker Conrad, foreman laboratory 

Mint, r Alameda 
Baker D. brklayer. r 614 Grove 
Baker Daniel, gripman C KK. r 

Bake° S Daniel J, lab, r 45 Bache 

Baker David, cementwkr, r 14b., -1st 

Baker David 1 C, lab. r 1459 Haight 

Baker David J, liquors, 600, 6th, I 

Mateo 
Baker E Miss, r 863, 1st Av 
Baker Earle D. elk Keystone Construc- 
tion Co, r Berkeley ' . 
Baker Edward, liquors, 3(10 VS ashington 
Baker Edward C. with Willamette Pulp 

& Paper Co, r 2027 Oak 
Baker Edward M. carp, r 374. 11th Ay 
Baker Edward P. elk Jesse Moore Hunt 

Co r 453 Duboce Av 
Baker Edward P, liquors. 1300. 49th Av 
Baker Erne Miss, bkkpr. r 869 Bryant 
Baker Elizabeth, widow, r 52 Portola 
Baker Elizabeth, widow, r 2b3 Pierce 
Baker Ellen, widow, r 625 Peralta 
Baker Ellen S. widow, r 200.) Broadway 
Baker Elma Miss, nurse L S A Cenl 

Hospital. Presidio 
Baker Emma C, widow, r 10_11_ Scott 
Baker E P Mrs, widow, r l<0i Gciusli 
Baker Eugene J. drayman. 1122 Guerrero 
Baker E V Mrs, widow, r 1906 Sutter 
Baker Flovd. bkkpr Levi Strauss & Co, 

r 263 Pierce 
BAKER FRANCIS J, pres George H lay 

Company, r 52 Jordan Ay 
Baker Frank, ironwkr, r 1296, Ith Av 

South „_ , _ 

Baker Frank, elk Hammond Lumber Lo. 

r Sausalito 
Baker Frank E. salesman Nathan-Dohr- 

mann Co, r 1303% Waller 
Baker Frank E, sec Orton Machine Co, 

r San Mateo .-._>-, 

Baker Frank H. laundryman. r 1157 Oc- 

tavia 
BAKER PRANK J, civil engineer and 
surveyor, 250 Montgomery, r Sausa- 

Baker Frank R. stenogr Nat Cash Re- 
gister Co. r 55 Carl 
Baker Fred G. mgr J B Inderneden Co, 

r Alameda _ . , 

Baker Fred L, elk S P Co, r Berkeley 
Baker Frederick, teamster, r 2256 Market 
Baker Frederick F. pres and mgr Fao 
Machinery and Mercantile Co, r Ala- 
meda ' 
Baker Frederick W, elk Q M Depi 

U S A, r 949 Hayes 
Baker George, r 193, 4th 
Baker George, r 551 Guerrero 
Baker George, acct W F & Co Ex, r 46 

Prosper 
Baker George, salesman, r 55 Carl 
Baker George A, 3d officer str Alaskian 
Baker George L. elk Baker & Hamilton, 

r Berkeley . Tr 

Baker George S, U S Insp in charge t S 

Dept Agriculture. 407 Postoffice Bldg. 

r Berkeley , 

Baker George T, electn, r 2459 Howard 

Baker George W, whseman, r 1929 Green 

Baker Gertrude Miss, stenogr Hicks & 

Mack, r 869 Bryant 



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carp, r 3181, 24th 

ii, plumber, r 1011 Scott 

cook, s 257 Sanchez 

A. hili. r 338 Clementina 

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Baker Harry, 
Baker Harry 
Baker Henry. 
Baker Henry 
Baker Henry 
r Oakland 
Baker Henry 

Island _, 

Baker Herbert C. with \S isconsin Fu 

ture Co, r 14 59 Haight 
Baker Herbert R. with Bak»r & Ha 

ton, r 2000 Broadway 
Baker Horatio W, engr, r 2199 De\ 

dero 
Baker Hugh E (Baker & Myers) 

Collingwood 
Baker Isaac M. r 35 Sanchez 
Baker James, teamster, r IS Pi- 
Baker James C. pres Am Foundry 

r Oakland 

Baker James T, port steward Cal Trans- 
portation Co. r 541 Birch Av 
Baker Jesse W, rum!, r 279 South Cali- 
fornia 
Baker J Harold, plumber, r 31S Laguna 
Baker J Henry, elk Q M Dept U S A, 

r 2 45 Chattanooga 
Baker Johanna, widow, r 2728 Mission 
Baker John, r 3222 Mission 
Baker John. elk. r 511 Octavia 
Baker John, cook, r 6 Oregon 
Baker John, engr, r 3185. 16th 
Baker John, porter, r 541 Birch Av 
Baker John, steward str City of Sydney 
BAKER JOHN JR, 2d vice-pres Union 

Oil Co of Cal, 252 Mills Bldg 
Baker John D, agt S P Co. Ferry Bldg, 

r Berkeley 
Baker John L, r 905 Fulton 
Baker John M, salesman Baker & Ham- 
ilton, r 1810 Larkin 
Baker John S, with Genl Electric Co, 

. r 1474 Sacramento 
Baker Jos-ph, lab S P Co, r 4 00 Visita- 

cion Av 
Baker Joseph, mach. r 46 Prosper 
Baker Joseph D. elk S P Co, r 115 Fell 
Baker J W. waiter, r 14 Farren Av 
Baker King W, liquors, 801 McAllister 
Baker Leavitt. r 2000 Broadway 
Baker Leland, elk Pac Hardware & Steel 

Co, r 2089 Market 
Baker Lionel L, packer Sanborn, Vail & 

Co, r Alameda 
Baker Lottie, widow, r 21 Sherman 
Baker Louis (Baker & Yoffa) r Oakland 
Baker Louis, teamster, r 371, 5th Av 
Baker L R. r 193. 4th 
Baker Lucv A widow r 849 In ion 
Baker Martin, blksmith. r 1342a Steven- 




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Baker Martin, blksmith, r Brazil Av and 

Munich 
Baker Mary, widow, r 38S9, 20th 
Baker Mary E. widow, r 9 Perine 
Baker Mattie Mrs. x 511 Octavia 

BAKER M. C. & SON 

"Your Repairman" (Walter R. Baker) 
expert locksmith and electrician. 2024 
Sutter above Fillmore, tel West 6711 

Baker Nellie, widow, r 318 Laguna 
Baker N R, salesman Keystone Type 

Foundry, r Oakland 
Baker Patrick C (Hables & Baker) r 

Oakland 
Baker Peter, lumberman, r 812. 6th 
Baker Peter, scourer Enterprise Paper 

Box Factory 
Baker Philip S. r 2000 Broadway 
Baker R D, ticket collr S P Co.* r Oak- 
land 
Bak?r Robert A, elk Blake, Moffitt & 

Towne, r 1303 % Waller 
Baker Robert T. drayman, r 869 Bryant 
Baker Roe. barber Young & Crown, 895 

Van Ness Av 
Baker Roy B, teamster, r 427 Hickory 

Av 
Baker Russell P, bkkpr J B Inderrieden 

Co, r Alameda 
Baker Samuel, barber, r 1279 Turk 
Baker Samuel, with A Andrews Dia- 
mond Palace, r 44, 5th Av 
Baker Samuel C, printer, r 1710 Geary 
Baker Sarah, widow, r 2282 Sutter 
Baker Selina C, widow, r 450 Bartlett 
Baker Shirley, mgr Excelsior Wooden 

Pipe Co, r Colonial Hotel 
Baker S S, lab, r 614, 10th Av 
Baker Stanley, elk. r 1103 Oak 
Baker Street Pharmacy, Dr C M Tropp- 

mann propr, 1799 McAllister 
Baker Susella, widow, r 1276, 12th Av 
Baker Sylvester A, mfrs apt, 268 Mar- 
ket, r Oakland 
Baker Thomas, coalpasser P C SS Co 
Baker Thomas, engr, r 196 Collingwood 
Baker Thomas G, wellborer, r 2954 Van 

Ness Av 
Baker T W, yardman S P Co, r 253 

Henry 
Baker U S. marine engr. 45 Steuart 
Baker- Vawter Co (Chicago and New 

York) Kohl Bldg 
BAKER WAKEFIELD, pres Baker & 

Hamilton, r 2701 Pacific Av 
Baker Walter, teamster, r 3223b Folsom 
BAKER WALTER H, sanitary plumb- 
ing, gas and steam fitting, 1968 Ellis, 
tel West 8379 
Baker Walter R (M C Baker & Son) r 

1423, 9th Av 
Baker Walter S Jr. auditor Met Life Ins 
Co, r 1423. 9th Av 




Baker Warren G. solr Haslett Ware- 
house Co, r Mill Valley 
Baker Wayne, blksmith. r 263 Pierce 
Baker W Chester, elsctn, r 134a Tilden 
Baker William, cutter, r 1318 Buchanan 
Baker William C, mining, 7S5 Market r 

Berkeley 
Baker William E, salesman Revere Rub- 
ber Co, r Oakland 
Baker William F. r 1223 Geary- 
Baker William H, r 829, 22d 
Baker William H, carp, r 1622 Laguna 
Bakar William H, lumberman, r 706 

Brannan 
Baker William H C. elk, r 2089 Market 
Baker William J. architect, 417 Mont- 
gomery, r 3675 Jackson 
Baker William J. bartndr, r 433 Fillmore 
Baker William P, plumber, r 328 Dun- 
can 
Baker William R. engr, r 2117 Union 
Baker William S, carp, r 3262, 22d 
Baker William T. bartndr, r 2459 How- 
ard 
Baker Winter, blksmith, r 263 Pierce 

BAKER & HAMILTON 

(incorporated) Wakefield Baker pres, 
Alexander Hamilton vice-pres and 
sec, importers and jobbers hardware, 
agricultural implements, vehicles, bi- 
cycles, creamery outfittings and sup- 
plies, engines, boilers, etc.. S s Bran- 
nan bet 3d and 4th, 109-115 J, Sac- 
ramento. 134-136 North Los Angeles, 
Los Angeles, Cal, and 256 Broadway, 
NY 

Baker & Myers IH E Baker and C F 
Myers) tailors, 1006 Golden Gate Av 

Baker & Yoffa (L Baker and L Yoffa) 
sacks. 1333 Pacific 

(HTBaker. See Becker 



BAKERS' UNION No. 24, Dick Schwart- 

ing sec, 1791 Mission, tel Market 

3131 
Bakewell John Jr ( Bakewell & Brown) 

r Oakland 
Bakewell Walter B, asst paving teller 

S F Savings Union, r Oakland 
BAKEWELL & BROWN (John Bakewell 

Jr and Arthur Brown Jr) architects, 

Woods Bldg, 417 Montgomery 
Baknik William, mechanic, r 518 Nevada 
Bakocevich John, waiter, r 1704 Fulton 
Bakofsky Charles, r 1177 San Bruno Av 
Bakofsky Edward, r 1177 San Bruno Av 
Bakovich Hyman, peddler, r 126 Goet- 

tingen 
Bakovich Joseph, waiter, r 234 East St 

South 
Bakulich Virgil N, policeman, r782 Green 
Balagna Dominic, carp, r 2 Himmelmann 

PI 
Balaine Albert, stone cutter, r S75 

Church 
Balakos Costa (lialakos & Gurguris) 

r 2760, 24th 
Balakos & Gurguris (Costa Balakos and 

Peter Gurguris) restaurant, 2760. 24th 
i-TBalance. See Ballance 
Balando Babtiste, waiter, r 870 Mission 
Balando Eugene, waiter, r 431 Green 
Balanesi Domenico, peddler, r 1948 Lom- 
bard 
Balangero S (S Balangero & Co) r 810 

Montgomery 
Balangero S & Co (S Balangero, D Ceri- 

na and J Gaidano) proprs European 

Hotel, S10 Montgomery 
Balart Adelina, widow, r 3635 Army 
Balart Bert D. groceries, 2567 Mission, 

r 2560 Mission 
Balash Henry, lab, r 120 Thornton Av 
Balastrat Peter, carp, r 3248 Folsom 
Balaz Stephen, lab. r 726 Natoma 
Balbanl Rinaldo. r 5 Douglass 



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Balboa Building, SE cor Market and 2d 
Balboa Primary School, Miss Virginia D 

Heath prin, 42d Av and I 
Balbontin Andrew, barber, 2913. 24th, r 

103 Wolfe 
Balcera Joseph (Balcera & Jaccard) r 

631 Birch Av , „ . 

Balcera & Jaccard (J Balcera and F A 

Jaccard) liquors, 701 Octavia 
Balch Willet F, collr Moise-Khnkner 
• Co, r 1709 Eddy 
Balch William H, granite cutter, r 4o8 

Balcioni Alfredo, lab, r 908% Treat Av 
Balcioni Charles, lab, r 908% Treat Av 
Balcioni Richard, lab, r 908y 2 Treat Ay 
Balck John W B, cigars, 578, 4th, r 112 

Balcom Annie, widow, r 1253, 46th Av 
Balcom James, elk, r 1253, 46th Av 
Balcom Sidney, wireless telegraph opr, 

r 1253, 46th Av 
BALCOM W E, pres Magnesia-Asbestos 

Supply Co, r 2221 Baker 
Balczyuski Anna, widow, r 2943 Harrison 
Bald Eagle Oil Co, C H Phillip pres, 

120 Bush 
Balda Rudolph, waiter, r 1893 Sutter 
Baldacci Narciso, fruits, 2108, 15th, r 128 

Sanchez 
Baldaccini G & Co (G Baldaccini and A 

Monfredi) fruits, 1573 Haight 
Baldaccini Guido (G Baldaccini & Co) 

r 513 Clayton 
Baldanvi John, r 126 Valparaiso 
Baldassone G, lab, r 900 North Point 
Baldeau Frederick, carp, r 2629 Baker 
Baldes Manuel, barber, 202 Townsend 
Baldi Albert, cigars, 1759 Mission, r 

46b Woodward Av 

Baldi Ferdinand, groceries, 2178 Market 
Balding Belle, widow, r 219 Sterner 
Baldini Humbert, ironwkr, r 78 Circular 

Av 
Baldini Joseph, peddler, r 324 Montcalm 
Baldini Mary Mrs, dressmaking, r 78 

Circular Av 
Baldocchi Angelo, groceries and liquors, 

1747 Church 
Baldocchi Angelo G (Podesta & Baldoc- 
chi) r 1520 Webster 
Baldocchi Bros (Daniel and Fortunato) 

fruits, 633 Clement 
Baldocchi C & Son (L J and C) com- 
mission, 440 Davis 
Baldocchi Carl B, elk Pac Mail SS Co, 

r 933 Buchanan 
Baldocchi Casimir, fruits, 1005 McAllis- 
ter, r 933 Buchanan 
Baldocchi Cherubino (C Baldocchi & 

Son) r 2823 Jackson 
Baldocchi Chesare, commission, 440 Da- 
vis, r 2823 Jackson 
Baldocchi Daniel (Baldocchi Bros) r 237 

11th Av 
Baldocchi Fortunato (Baldocchi Bros) r 

237, 1th Av 
Baldocchi Frank, r 1040 Montgomery 
Baldocchi Frank (Bertini & Baldocchi) 

r 2901 Sacramento 
Baldocchi G, peddler, r 237, 11th Av 
Baldocchi Giuseppe, lab, r 3 Imperial Av 
Baldocchi James, fruits, r 1721 Post 
Baldocchi Joseph (Baldocchi & Vanag- 

lia) r 1312 Grant Av 
Baldocchi Louis J (C Baldocchi & Son) 

r 2823 Jackson 
Baldocchi Maurizio, r 2718 McAllister 
Baldocchi Narcisso A, bkkpr Podesta 

& Baldocchi, r 1206 Sutter 
Baldocchi & Vanaglia (J Baldocchi and 
A Vanaglia) groceries, 1314 Grant Av 
Baldock Marie, milliner, 509 Haight, r 

154 De Long Av 
Baldrini G. mach opr, r 1175 Chestnut 
Baldry R E, bartndr,, r 56 Eddy 
Baldt Anchor Co, 112 Market 
Baldt Carl F. elk S P Co, r 354 Texas 



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Baldwin Addison H, solr Baldwin & 

Stetson, r 2008 Devisadero 
BALDWIN ALEXANDER R, atty-at- 
law, 615 Union Trust Bldg, r 2900 
Devisadero 
Baldwin Alfred W, r 1808 Larkin 
Baldwin Alice R Mrs, r 3831 Jackson 
Baldwin Alphonse, elk, r 2127 Pine 
Baldwin Anna, widow, r 1379 O'Farrell 
Baldwin Antonette G, widow, r 2245 

Sutter 
Baldwin Apartments, 1036 Polk 
Baldwin Arthur H, bldr, r 460 Ellsworth 
BALDWIN A S, pres Baldwin & Howell, 

318-324 Kearny, r Presidio Terrace 
Baldwin Bros (H and J) blksmiths, 120S 

Webster „ , 

Baldwin Catherine Miss, stenogr Tayler 
& Spotswood Co, r 863a Golden Gate 
Av 
Baldwin Charles, shoewkr, r 1420 Ken- 
tucky 
Baldwin Charles, solr, r 14 Heron 
Baldwin Charles E, auditor, r 1219, 10th 

Av 
Baldwin Charles S, carp, r 1153 Octavia 
BALDWIN COMPANY THE (Inc) mfrs 
and whol and retail dealers pianos, 
organs and piano players, 1569 Van 
Ness Av cor California, tel Franklin 
2717 
Baldwin D E, mtrman U RR, r 1(j32 
Ellis „ ,, 

BALDWIN DRUG CO THE, E L Bald- 
win pres, 333 Devisadero 
Baldwin Edward L, pres Edward L 
Baldwin Co and Ferry Drug Store. 
22 Market, r 1734 Fell, tel West 2607 
BALDWIN EDWARD L CO, E L Bald- 
win pres. 22 Market 
Baldwin B L Mrs, dressmkr, r 1153 

Octavia 
Baldwin Fannie W, widow, r 2830 How- 

ard 
Baldwin Floretta Mrs (Baldwin & 

Moore) r 1011 Howard 
Baldwin Frank H, timekpr U RR, r Mill- 

brae 
Baldwin George C, barber. 1208 Railroad 

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Baldwin G Ferris, r 1907 Green 
Baldwin Henry G (Baldwin Bros) r 678, 

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Baldwin Henry P. pres Alexander & 

Baldwin Ltd, r Honolulu, H T 
Baldwin Henry T, r 2948 Laguna 
Baldwin Herbert, r 318, 6th Av 
Baldwin Herbert, elk Reed & St John, 

r Sausalito 
Baldwin H R, driver, r 234. 12th 
Baldwin H Z. elk Cal Fruit Canners 
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Baldwin J, finisher, r 2230, 22d 
Baldwin James, r 428, 14th 
Baldwin James, car repr, r 479% Sanchez 
Baldwin James A, r 105 Anderson 
Baldwin James H, mgr, r 2619 Pacific Av 
Baldwin James T, driver, r 234, 12th 
Baldwin Janet M, widow, r 1177 Green- 
wich 
Baldwin J C, elk Paul M Nippert Co Inc, 

r Oakland 
Baldwin Jean M, adjuster U S Mint, r 

591, 4th Av 
Baldwin Jessie Miss, nurse Jefferson 

Hospital 
Baldwin Jewelry Co, 1261 Van Ness Av 
Baldwin John (Baldwin Bros) r Stock- 
ton 
Baldwin John A, shingler, 4 Sutter PI 
Baldwin John M, r 1177 Greenwich 
Baldwin Josephine A, widow, r 

Hickory Av 
Baldwin Lawrence 
Switchboard & 
Franklin 
Baldwin Leo J, with Berger & Carter Co, 

r 2127 Pine 
Baldwin Lloyd (Campbell & Baldwin) 

atty, 502 California, r 2121 Lyon 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, 300-310 

Alaska Commercial Bldg 
Baldwin Louis, salesman, r 223a Guer- 
rero 
Baldwin Marshall S, with The Bank or 

Cal; r 1617 Turk 
Baldwin Martin D, barber, 2148 Mission, 

r 27 San Carlos Av 
Baldwin Mary, widow, r 77 Pearl 
Baldwin Mary, widow, r 1210 Pell 
Baldwin Mary B Mrs, r 1632 Ellis 
Baldwin Mary J, widow, r 591, 4th Av 
Baldwin Mary L, widow, r 2116 Point 

Lobos Av 
Baldwin M D. stenogr Central Trust Co 
of Cal, r Berkeley 

BALDWIN 0. D. & SON 

O. D. Baldwin and John McGaw) 
(succeeded by John McGaw & Co) real 
estate, 1040 Folk, tel Franklin 828 

Baldwin Orville C (Baldwin & Stetson) 

r 2008 Devisadero 
Baldwin Orville D, r 1000 Green 
Baldwin Oscar E, with C C Morse & Co, 

r 539 Castro 
Baldwin Otis D, with Board of Fire 
Underwriters of the Pac. r Sausalito 
Baldwin Ray G, lodgings, 2189 Pine 
Baldwin Robert, driver, r 975 Dolores 
Baldwin Robert B, elk Am Haw SS Co, 

r Oakland 
Baldwin-Rooney Printing Co, 166 Valen- 
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Baldwin Thomas A, fireman U RR, r 105 

Anderson 
Baldwin Thomas J, opr W IT Tel Co, 

r 2127 Pine 
Baldwin Vera Miss, missionary, r 18 

Byington Av 
Baldwin William H, photo engraver, r 

894, 14th 
Baldwin William O (Baldwin-Rooney 

Printing Co) r 77 Pearl 

BALDWIN & HOWELL 

A. S. Baldwin pres, J. R. Howell vice- 
pres, F. M. Pickering sec, K. B. Faz- 
ackerley asst sec, real estate agts, 
rent collectors, auctioneers and in- 
surance brokers, 318-334 Kearny 
Baldwin & Moore (Mrs F Baldwin and 
Mrs E Moore) proprs Raymond Hotel, 
1011 Howard 
BALDWIN & STETSON (O C Baldwin 
and H J Stetson) real estate, rent 
collectors, fire insurance, representa- 
tives of Royal, Queen, ^Itna and 
Phoenix of Hartford Insurance Cos. 
147 Sutter 
Bale Denver W, carbldr S P Co, r 269 

Chenery 
Baleran Edouard, laundryman, r 985 Oak 
Balestracci Fortunato, lab, r 6th Av 

South nr L 
Balf Nickolas, lab, r 80 South Park 
Balfe M J, r 2417 Fillmore 
BALFOUR GUTHRIE & CO, shipping 
and commission merchants, 320 San- 
some, tel Kearny 427 
Balger William, foreman Newton Fire 

Wks Co 
K-TBalger. See Bolger 
Balich A Mrs, midwife, r 120 Duboce Av 
Balich Bros (Michel and Ella) liquors, 

SE cor Devisadero and McAllister 
Balich Elia (Balich Bros) r 518 Laguna 
Balich Michel (Balich Bros) r 518 La- 
guna 
Balich Nicholas, r 120 Duboce Av 
Balin Frederick, salesman Lace House, 

r 176S Sutter 
i^Balm. See Ballin 
Balink Henry, artist, r 415 Grove 
Baliss George, dishwasher, r 1068 How- 
ard 
Balk Estelle Miss, r 2329 Larkin 
Balk George B, lab U S Customs, r 1269 

Vallejo 
Balk Stephen S, hoseman Engine 8, r 

1269 Vallejo 
Balkan Abraham, tailor, r 1402 Webster 
Balkan Frederick, tailor, r 875 Waller 
Balkan Isadore, tailor, 303 Devisadero, 

r 1043a Page 
Balke Edward, cond U RR, r 1318 Castro 
Balke Edward W, liquors, r 1231. 16th Av 
Balke John, liquors, r 567 Hermann 
Balke John H, carp, r 426a Shotwell 
Balkovich Adolph, tanner, r 2439 San 

Bruno Av 
Balkovich Michael, cabtmkr, r 2437 San 

Bruno Rd 
Balkwell Albert, r 642 Hampshire 
Balkwell Charles, ins'p S P Co, r 642 

Hampshire 
Balkwell Charles Jr, fireman, r 642 

Hampshire 
Balkwell William, r 642 Hampshire 
Ball A Everett, atty, Mills Bldg 
Ball Anna E, widow, r 2116 Lvon 
Ball Bert, mach Risdon Iron Wks, r 787 

Clayton 
Ball B L, musician, r 300 Polk 
Ball Cameron, teamster, r 2221 Sutter 
Ball Charles O, contr, r 4532 I 
Ball Clinton C, bkkpr F F Wear, 234 

Market 
Ball Edgar P, with C C Morse & Co, r 23 

Belmont Av 
Ball Edgar J, show card writer Schloss 
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Ball-Frank Co The, importers, 1030 Polk 
Ball Frederick elk, r 3666, 16th 
Ball Frederick, lineman, r 3345d 18th 
Ball Frederick, with Chas M Plum & Co, 

r 1632 California 
BALL FREDEBICE W, pres Independ- 

ent Oil Co, r 2246 Howard 
Ball George, r 2372 Pine 
Ball George, gripman, r 2022 Hyde 
Ball Glenn, electn, r 3458a 17th 
Ball Guilford, watchman U S Com of 

Immigration, r Colma 
Ball Harry, stickerhand, r SS9 Kansas 
Ball J Frank, contr, r 443 Spruce 
Ball John, cond Cal St Cable EE, r 42 1 

Spruce 
Ball John, physician, r 1490 Guerrero 
Ball John A, teamster, r 1629, 15th Av | 

South ,_ _ , 

Ball K M Miss, teacher Pub Schools, r 

2112 California 
Ball Lester, liquors, SW cor Post and i 

Ball Lew Miss, dep supt Pub Schools, 

r 631 Van Ness Av 
Ball Mary A Mrs, varieties. 2876, 24th 
Ball Richard, painter, r 798 Clayton 
Ball Bobert T, steward, r 6 Oregon 
Ball Samuel, carp, r 613 Buchanan 
Ball Thomas, carp, r 1224 Pierce 
Ball Thomas, steward, r 6 Oregon 
Ball T W, r 480 Ellis 
Ball William, elk, r 2372 Pine 
Ball William J (The Ball-Frank Co) r 

San Mateo 
*'rBall. See Balls and Boll 
Ballabio Seferino, carp, r 614 Greenwich 
Ballagh Fred L, cutter, r 568 Alvarado 
Ballantine Archer S, supt O Daniels Co, 

r 834 Baker t 

BALLAHTINE PRANK C, mgr Hotel 

Alexander, 352 Geary 
Ballantine Gerald, sheet metalwkr, r 

2370 Mission 
BALLANTINE HENRY W (Hewlett, 
Bancroft & Ballantine) atty-at-law, 
305-307 Monadnock Bldg, tel Kearny 
972, r Berkeley 
BALLANTINE JAMES A, atty-at-law, 
942 Pacific Bldg, tel Douglas 212, r 
225 Hillside Av, Piedmont 
Ballantine L, stoker Engine 12, r 101 

Commercial 
Ballantine W B, public acct, Monad- 
nock Bldg, r 2068 Pine 
Ballantine Wilson, insp Met Life Ins 

Co, r 1493 McAliltser 
Ballantyne Andrew, plumber, r 824 Turk 
Ballantyne B J, fixture hanger Roberts 

Mfg Co, r 570 Hayes 
Ballantyne George, elk Otis Elev Co, r 

Oakland 
Ballantyne Homer S, lab, r 278 Ritch 
XS-Ballantyne. See Ballentyne, Ballan- 
tine and Balantyne 
Ballaof Joseph, cabtmkr, r 28 Cotter 
Ballard Albert B, molder, r 113 Collins 
Ballard Arthur (Ballard Bros) r 2400a 

Harrison , 

Ballard Arthur J, teamster, r 2400a Har- 
rison , „ , , 
Ballard Bros (C and A) cigars, 499. 4th 
Ballard Charles (Ballard Bros) r 2400a 

Harrison 
Ballard Dyer W, millman, r 3215, 20th 
Ballard Edward J, millhand, r 3215, 20th 
Ballard Elbridge J, carp, r 623, 1st 
Ballard Frederick paper hanger, r 240 1 

Mission 
Ballard George, carp, r 654 Fell 
Ballard George Jr, elk Neustadter Bros, 

r 654 Fell 
Ballard Harrie S, with TJ S Coast and 

Geodetic Survey, r 2375 Filbert 
Ballard Henry, r 46 Sharon 
Ballard Irving T. r 2828 Washington 
Ballard John, r 1917 Baker 
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Ballard Martin J, salesman, r 1814 Bush 
Ballard Robert C, cond U RR, r 806 Po- 

trero Av _ 

Ballard Wallace, elk Ballard Bros, r 

2400a Harrison 
Ballard Walter, cigarmkr, 

rison 
Ballard William, marble 

45th Av 
Ballard William D, driver, r 3215, 20th 
Ballaseux A R, electn, r 1897 Diamond 
Balle James, carp, r 1854 Howard 
Ballen Max, junk, r 2072, 28th Av South 
Ballen Philip L, cigar mfr, 2136 Howard 
Ballenbeck Frank, plumber, r 256 Shipley 
Ballenger William W, r 3015 Laguna 
4S"Ballenger. See Ballinger, Bellinger 

and Bollinger 
Ballentine Gerald, tinsmith, 

sion 
Ballentine Jane M Mrs. asst matron 
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society (Inc) r 
460 Baker 
it^-Ballentine. See Ballantine, Ballan- 
tyne and Balantyne 
Ballet Marcella. widow, r 447 Lombard 
Ballette Charles A, elk Blake & McGuire, 

r 803 Treat Av 
Balletto John J, driver Engine 27, r 66. 

Hermann 
Balletto Louis F policeman, r 146 Henry 
Balliar Elourard, bartndr, r 1310 Powell 
Ballier Charles, glassblower, r 2751 Har- 
rison 
Ballin Morris, supt Standard Shirt Fac- 
tory, r 142 Central Av 
#3-Ballin See Balin and Ballen 
BALLING- EDWARD A, sanitary plumb- 
ing, 7S5 Haight, r 619 Baker 
Balling "William T, bar coats, 483 Grove, 

r 227 Fillmore 
Ballinger Carrie A Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 2165 Hayes 
Ballinger Fred S (W R Ballinger & Son) 

r 2238 Market 
Ballinger George T, bkkpr, r 457 Fred- 

Ballinger James, pressman, r 1803 Stock- 
ton 

Ballinger Jesse A, carp, r 454, 24th Av 

Ballinger John J, teamster, r 457, 2d Av 

Ballinger Roy, elk Coffin, Redington Co, 
r 457, 2d Av 

Ballinger Theodore E, metalwkr, r 45 1 
Frederick 

Ballinger William R (W R Ballinger & 
Son) r 2238 Market 

Ballinger William V. painter, r 30 Dame 

Ballinger W R & Son (W R and F S) 
draymen, 326 Front 

i^-Ballinger. See Ballenger, Bellinger 
and Bollinger 

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BALLOU ADDIE !■, artist and notary 

public, Gage Bldg, 1122 Market 
Balma J. r 12*9 Stockton 
Balmoral Apartments, 1135 Masonic Av 
BAINY ALEXANDER J, ostrich feath- 
ers, 2215a Sutter 
Balocca Antonio, waiter, r 857 Greenwich 

Balog Stephen, lab, r 1012 Minnesota 

Balogh Joseph, patternmkr Merle Orna- 
mental Iron & Bronze Co, r 626 Hayes 

Balogh Martin, cabtmkr. r 27 25 Howard 

BALOISE MARINE INSURANCE CO 
(Balse) Louis Rosenthal genl agt, 302 
California 

Baloun Joseph P, engr S F Gas & Elec 
Co, r San Anselmo 

Balovich George (Balovich & Goich) r 
65 Stanly PI 

Balovich & Goich (G Balovioh and J 
Goich) restaurant. 116 Taylor 

Balschuweit W, cabtmkr, r 2944, 21st 

Balser Edward C, elk Pac Tank Co, r 
2415, 18th 

£e-Balser. See Ballser, Baltzer and 
Balzer 

Balslow Anton, restaurant, 288, 2d, r 291 
Munich 

Balsmeier Henry, lab, r 37 Bache 

Balta Arthur, mach, r 1190, 19th Av 
South 

Baltimore Cecil C, messgr, r 1344 Scott 

Baltimore Hotel. 1015 Van Ness Av 

Baltimore J Mayne, journalist, r 230 
Grove 

Baltimore & Ohio RR Co, Monadnock 
Bldg 

Baltrusch Charles, stev. r 45 Stoneman 

Baltz Charles, treas Cal Brewing Co 
(Inc) r 4603. 18th 

Baltz Charles Jr, plumber, r 4603, 18th 

Baltz Theodore, butcher, r 1409 Jack- 
son 

«-". Baltz. See Balz 

Baltzer Frederick G, with Crown Dis- 
tilleries Co, r 325, 27th 

Balz Albert, bkkpr, r 532 Shotwell 

Balz Bros & Finkeldey (L and J Balz 
and C Finkeldey) tanners, 1445 San 
Bruno Av 

Balz Julia, widow (Balz Bros & Finkel- 
dey) r 532 Shotwell 

Balz Louis (Balz Bros & Finkeldey) r 
1436 Vermont 

Balz Louis Jr. foreman Balz Bros & 
Finkeldey, r 532 Shotwell 

Balz Rudolph, currier, r 532 Shotwell 

Balz Valentine, butcher, r 1329, 7th Av 
South 

Balz William, upholst, r 532 Shotwell 

KS-Balz. See Baltz 

Balzarini Carlo E, dentist, 1000 Railroad 
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Balzarini Charles, 
r56 Clara Av 
Balzarini Dominic, r 971 Alabama 
Balzer Julius, salesman, r 2329 Pine 
Balzer Peter (Balzer & Kummerlander) 

r 1402 Gurrero 

Balzer William W, r 1485, 22d Av South 

Balzer & Kummerlander ( P Balzer and 

R Kummerlander) liquors, 2049 Fol- 

som 

Bamann Otto, pres and mgr Home Mfg 

Co, r 39 Prosper 
ffBamann. See Bammann 
Bambenck John J, asst foreman com- 
posing room Calkins Newspaper 
Syndicate, r 1162 Valencia 
Bamber F, elev opr, r 509 Anderson 
Bamberger Bernhard, r 2855 Sacramento 
Bamberger Bertha, widow, r 1854 Fell 
Bamberger J & Co (J Bamberger) 

whol cigars, 315 Battery 
Bamberger Julius (J Bamberger & Co) 

r Alameda 
(HTBamberger. See Baumberger 
Bamburg Rosa, widow, r 592, 2d Av 
Bammann Diedrich, liquors, 199 Valen- 
cia, r 144 Dolores 
Bammann Frederick, sec Braas & Kuhn . 

Co, r 385 Shotwell 
Bammann Henry N, elk S P Co, r 1033 

Hampshire 
Bammann Herman H. r 385 Shotwell 
Bammann Walter, elk E Clemens Horst 

Co, r 144 Dolores 
Banachowski John, tailor, r 595a Dolores 
Banagos Theodore, restaurant, 1052 Ken- 
tucky 
Banahan H Mrs, widow, r 2763 Golden 

Gate Av 
Banahan Nettie, widow, r 141 Dore 
/MTBanahan. See Bannahan 
Banbach Charles H M, sheet metal wkr, 

r 1452 Hayes 
Banbrock Frank, drayman Austin & Co, 

r 912 Alabama 
Banbrock Theodore, teamster, r 4152, 

25th 
BANCA FOFOLABE OFERAIA ITAL- 
IANA, F J Fugazi, pres, F N Bel- 
grano cashier. 630 Montgomery 
Banchero Alexander, cook, r 1540 Grant 

Av 
Banchero Giuseppi, carp, r 1621 Powell 
Banchero John, bottler Nat Bottling Co 
Banchero Louis, lab, r 1 Kent PI 
Banchero Louis, lab. r 605 Texas 
BANCO SALTADOBENO, W R Grace & 

Co, agts. 612-622 California 
Bancroft Fred A. elk S P Co. r Alameda 
Bancroft H E, with J B F Davis & 

Son, r 451 Eddy 
Bancroft Hubert H, r 2364 Pacific Av 
Bancroft John, r 431 Frederick 
Bancroft John, brklyr, r 1867 Ellis 
Bancroft Martin J, r 431 Frederick 
BANCROFT PAUL, real estate and su- 
pervisor, 1407 Chronicle Bldg, r 3216 
Jackson 
BANCROFT PHII.IP (Hewlett, Ban- 
croft & Ballantine) atty-at-law. 305- 
307 Monadnock Bldg, tel Kearny 972, 
r 1767 Broadway 
Bancroft T C, cond, U RR, r 756 Lyon 
Bancroft Thomas, lab, r 1344 Fell 
BANCROFT-WHITNEY CO, F P Stone 
pres, law book publishers, 200-214 
McAllister 
Band August C (Marquard & Band) 

r 1735 Waller 
Band Clarence J, >artndr, r 2109 Geary 
Band Eugene, bartndr, r 14% Middle 
Band Frederick, butcher, r 3612, 26th 
Band Goldtield Mining Co. 110 Sutter 
Band Henry, pres Band-Goldfield Mining 

Co, 110 Sutter, r 2255 Brpadway 
Band Jacob, tailor, 586 Castro, r 584b 
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Band Joseph, butcher, r 1452, Sth A\ 
Band Martin, brewer, r 4658, 18th 
Band Stephen W (Condon & Band) r 

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Bandamar Fred C, elk Mrs E Johns, r 

128, 14th 
Bandatini Joseph, produce, r 456 Broad- 
way 
Bandemar August A, salesman Witzel & 

Bandemai- John W, elk Witzel & Baker, 

r 1221 Page 
Bandmann Charles (Bandmann & Adams) 

r Ross, Marin Co 
Bandmann & Adams (Charles J Band- 
mann and W J Adams) mining engrs, 
Monadnock Bldg 
Banducci Agostino, fruits, 1387 Pacific 
Bandy George L, asst cashier Mutual 

Life Ins Co, r Oakland 
Bandy James, r 104 Nevada Av 
Bandy Roland J, optician E Hubacak, r 

104 Nevada, Av 
Bane Adam C, Rev, pastor Howard St 

M E Church, r 3334, 21st 
Bane William E, carp, r 210, 11th 
«3TBane. See Bahn, Bain and Baine 
Banfield Charles N, tilesetter, r 379, 7th 

Av 
Banfield Isaac N, r 377, 7th Av 
Banfield J H, r 2315 Webster 
Banford G P, elk S P Co, r Oakland 
Bang Carl, gripman, TJ RR, r 927 Pacific 
Bangas Chris, lab, r 675 Pennsylvania 
Bangle Arthur, r 619 York 
Bangle Edward, elk, r 619 York 
Bangle Edward Jr. carp, r 619 York 
Bangs Albert H, salesman, r 1810 Page 
Bangs Beecher I, lab, r 736 Shotwell 
Bangs Benjamin (Berry & Bangs) r 

Berkeley 
Bangs Edward L, mailer, r 3834, 25th 
Bangs Edward S, with Dunham, Carri- 

gan & Hayden Co, r 729 Andover 
Bangs George D, genl mgr Pinkerton 

Nat Detective Agency, Flood Bldg 
Bangs George F, tel opr, r 729 Andover 

Av 
Bangs Irving, elk U RR, r 7 36 Shotwell 
BANGS ISAAC F, stock and bond broker, 
423 Kohl Bldg. tel Kearny 207, r 
Berkeley 
Bangs Julia F, widow, r 736 Shotwell 
Bangs L, with Shreve & Co, r 3834, 25th 
Bangs Samuel E elk, r 729 Andover Av 
Banina Attilio, lab, r 614 Greenwich 
Bank Harrv C, salesman, r 434 Walnut 
Bank Block, 1738 Fillmore 
BANK COMMISSIONERS, H E Sherer, 
W C Watson, C H Garoutte, W S 
Vawter, W L McGuire sec, 514 
Crocker Bldg 
Bank E Carl, salesman Benicia Iron 

Wks, r Berkeley 
BANK EXCHANGE, Duncan Nicol propr, 
SE cor Montgomery and Washington 
Bank Fred G, glasswkr, r 1540 Eddy 
Bank G Mrs, parasol mkr, r 1540 Eddy 
Bank Joseph, foreman, r 1540 Eddy 
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERI- 
CA, J C Welsh and A S Ireland 
agents, 120 Sansome 
BANK OF CALIFORNIA THE, Homer 
S King pres, Charles R Bishop vice- 
pres. Irving F Moulton cashier, NW 
cor California and Sansome, 
BANK OF CALIFORNIA THE, (West- 
ern Addition Branch) 1128 Van Ness 
Av 
Bank of Greater San Francisco, 704 Mar- 
ket 
BANK OF ITALY, L Scatena pres, A P 
Giannini vice-pres, A Pedrini cashier, 
SE cor Montgomery and Clay, Mis- 
sion Branch 3343 Mission 
BANK OF MILL VALLEY (Mill Valley, 
Cal) F F Bostwick pres, S F office 
Electrical Bldg. 171-173, 2d 




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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

460^462 8™ StMldnd.Cdl. 

BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO, 

THE, W. Frank Pierce pres, James J. 
Pagan, John E. Qulnn vice-presidents, 
W. W. Doug-las cashier, 1221 Folk cor 
Fern Av 

Bank Walter V. floorwalker, r 1540 Eddy 
Banker Abraham, housesmith, r 519 

Birch Av 
Banker August, hoseman Engine 28, r 

326 Lombard 
Banker George A, ironwkr, r 564 Valley 
Bankers Art Press, 264 Natoma 
Bankers Title and Record Restoration 

Co, 75 Sutter 
Bankey Carl, engr, r 515% Hill 
Bankey Caroline, widow, r 3009 Van 

Ness Av 
Bankhead O, salesman West, Elliott & 

Gordon, r 1642 Dolores 
Banks A E, salesman John A Roeblings 

Sons Co, r KentSeld 
Banks Arthur W, lather, r 114 Arleta Av 
Banks Frank, boatbldr, r 3518%, 16th 
Banks Fred W, junk, 1230 Howard, r 

2624, 21st 
Banks Frederick X, physician, r 2121 

Devisadero 
Banks George, mach, r 125 Valley 
Banks Henrv C, salesman M Marcuse 

Co, r 343 Walnut 
Banks Hugh C, vice-pres Pac Rolling 

Mill Co, r Alameda 
Banks Jennie, widow, r 3518%, 16th 
Banks Robert W, Ry Postal elk, r 915 

Haight 
Banks Thomas, mgr Spratts Patent, r 

849 Valencia 
Banks W B, r 1123 O'Farrell 
Banks William E, mach, r 619 Diamond 
Banks William F, mach, r 545 Turk 
Banks William O, architect, r 2266 Val- 

lejo 
Bankson Charles, carp, r 803 Guerrero 
Bankson Joseph R Jr, driver W F & Co 

Ex, r 112 Lake 
£f Bannahan. See Banahan 
Bannari Charles, harnessmkr, r 165, 6th 

Av 
Bannan Elizabeth, widow, r 165, 6th Av 
Bannan George B, cashier William Ban- 
nan & Co, r 2645 Sacramento 
Bannan Lewis M, r 2130 Pierce 
Bannan Margaret F Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 2130 Pierce 
Bannan Patrick, r 2953, 21st 
Bannan Phillip L, pres Pac Gear & Tool 

Wks, r 253 Bartlett 
Bannan Thomas F. sec Pac Gear & Tool 

Wks, r 1027 Fell 
Bannan William (William Bannan & Co) 

r Oakland 
Bannan William & Co (W Bannan) 
. stockbrokers, 227 Bush 



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Bannan William J, capt truck 9, r 29 ib 

23d 
/t8S"Bannan. See Bannahan and Bannon 
Bannatvne James, elk A T & S P Ry. 

r 2121 O'Farrell 
Bannatyne Mathew S, paper carrier, r 

2121 O'Farrell 
Banner Charles, r 184 Noe 
Banner George H, r 184 Noe 
Banner Hill Mining Co, 1424 Gough 
Banner Marcus, propr The Banner Mil- 
linery, 944 Van Ness Av, r 1293 

O'Farrell 
BANNER MILLINERY THE, M Banner 

propr, 944 Van Ness Av and 1336 Fil- 

more 
Banner Mills (Paso Robles) Sperry Flour 

Co proprs, 133 Spear 
Banner Milton G, millinery, 1519 Fill- 
more 
Bannerman Joseph, barber, r 332 De- 

visadero 
Bannerman Thomas R, 

20th 
Bannerot Eugene, elk 

and Steel Co, r Bi 
Bannick A J, driver, 
Bannick E, wrapper 0'C( 

& Co, r 545 Turk 
Bannick John F, mgr director Hinz & 

Landt, r 286 Devisadero 
Bannning David, teamster, r 1333, 10th 
Banning Frances A Mrs, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 668 Castro 
Banning J, flagman S P Co, r 957 Har- 



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Banning Marc, special officer, r 1142 

Mason 
Bannister Alfred, auditor, r 2100 Devisa- 
dero 
Bannister Anthony, marble cutter, r 9 

Carl 
Bannister C A, elk W F & Co Ex, r 

3275, 21st 
Bannister Denison, r 9 Carl 
Bannister George, carp, r 312 Felton 
Bannister William A, elk, r 3275, 21st 
Bannister William D, quarry mgr Co- 
lumbia Marble Co, r 9 Carl 
Bannon James E, groceries, 721 Brazil 

Av 
Bannon Thomas, lab, r 611 Howard 
;C4TBannon. See Bannan 
Bannwarth Philip, r 32 Parkside Av 
Banos Jean, confectioner, r 461, 4th Av 
Banot Annie, widow, r 1442 Cortland 

Av 
Banovich Joseph, restaurant, 1335 Ful- 
ton, r 1704 Fulton 
Banovich Mark, waiter, r 1704 Fulton 
Banse Albert W, contr, r 277 Devisadero 
Bansemer Theodore, barber, r 1545, 20th 
Av South 



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Bansmer Adolph, draftsman Joseph 
Musto Sons-Keenan Co, r 1969 Jack- 
son 
Bant Martin, brewer, r 4658, ISth 
Banta Amelia, widow, r 424 Cole 
Banta Bert B, r 424 Cole 
Banta D L, piano tuner, r 76 Vicksburg 
Banta Fray O, student, r 424 Cole 
Banta Furniture Co, SE cor Bluxome 

and 5th 
Banta Grover C, salesman M A Gunst 

Co, r 2000 Lombard 
Bantel Charles A, bakery, 8 Turk, r 

1614 McAllister 
Bantel Charles A Jr. bkkpT, r 1614 Mc- 
Allister 
Bantel Chris, elk Electric Appliance Co, 

r 3129, 26th 
Bantel George W, salesman, r 1614 Mc- 
Allister 
Bantel Gustave, atty, Monadnock Bldg, 

r 1614 McAllister 
Bantel Gustave, lab, r 3929, 26th 
Banti Orlando, r 15 Pollard PI 
Bantz William M, foreman, r 932 Shot- 
well 
Banz Alois, salesman, r 907 Diamond 
Banz Isabelle E Miss, stenogr Philip 

Wolf & Co, r 907 Diamond 
Banzet Christian, cook, r 163 Boyce 
Banzhaf Elmer, painter, r 2921, 22d 
Banzhaf George W, sec Old Homestead 

Bakery, r Piedmont 
BANZHAF HARRY A, vice-pres Old 
Homestead Bakery (Inc) r 3466, 21st 
BANZHAF JOHN A, pres Old Homestead 

Bakery (Inc) r 160 Sherman Av 
Banzhaf Robert, baker, r 2921, 22d 
Banzo John, shoemkr, r 198 Peabody 
BAPTIST JOSEPH, pres S F Cleaning 

and Dyeing Wks, r 265, 10th Av 
Baptista Anton G (Mesquita & Baptista) 

r 309% Octavia 
Baptista J A, as,st cashier Portuguese 

American Bank, r Oakland 
Baptista Jose, vice-pres Portuguese Am- 
erican Bank, r Oakland , 
Baptiste Gabriel, cement wkr, r 404 San 



Jose Av 
Baptiste Jean, r 47 
Baptiste John, r 256 
Baptiste Joseph, lab, 
Baptiste Joseph A, 

Battery 
Baptiste Michaels, lab, 

~ jth 



Virginia PI 
2 Lombard , 
- 180 Vienna 
restaurant, 1105 

r 1111, 33d Av 



BAR ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRAN- 
CISCO, 928 Pacific Bldg, Market and 
4th 
Bar Harry, teamster, r 528 Railroad Av 
Bar Joseph C, carrier Postoffice, r 1632 

8th Av South 
Bara Thomas, waiter, r 368 Richland Av 
Barabat Leon, bartndr, r 252 Montgom- 
ery Av 
Barabino Antonio, shoemkr, 1224 Kearny 
Barabino Mary Mrs, r 335 Union 
Barachi Andrew, scavenger, r 4 Eliza- 
beth 
Barack D A, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Baraco August electn r 515 Broderick 
Baraco Conrad, r 1430 Geary 
Baraco Vincent, electn, r 515 Broderick 
43TBaraco. See Barraco, 
Barada Mary Mrs. r 79 Shotwell 
Barada Nita, widow, r 2460 Geary 
Barada Raymond T, elk S P Co, r 2460 

Geary 
Baradas Lillian widow, r 542 Ashbury 
Baradat Adolph, groceries, 1386 Har- 
rison r 152b Potrero 
Baradi George, cement wkr, r 1819 Fil- 
bert 
Baragan Manuel, barber, r 1618 Turk 
Baraille John, wagonmkr, r 1649, 15th 

Av South 
Barangen Evelyn Mrs, stenogr, r 2709 
Buchanan 



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BaranofE A, boilermkr Risdon Iron Wks, 

r 350 Connecticut 
taTBarasch. See Barrasch 
Barasin Roko, cook, r 855 Broadway 
Barattau Paul, stableman, r 209 Langton 
Baratti John A Mrs, widow, r 644 Fill- 
more „ „ , , 
Baraty Edward F, optician, r 12 1 7 Eddy 
Baratv George E, bkkpr P Greenberg 

& Co, r 1277 Eddy 
Baravick Frank, r 383 Day 
Barawaneth John, master mariner, Ferry 

Barazzotto Joseph, painter, r 101% 

Michigan , _ 

Barazzotto Louis, lab U I Works Co, r 

101 y 2 Michigan 
Barbageleta Dominick, elk Italian Am 

Bank, r 1781 Green 
Barbageleta John, r 1781 Green 
Barbageleta John J, elk Monotti Lari- 
mer Co, r 1781 Green 
Barbalinardo P, physician, 1219 Kearny 
Barban August, restaurant, 1046 Folsom 
Barbano Joseph A, stenogr, r 1601 

Gough 
Barbari Samuel, painter, r 142 Pixley 

Av 
Barbarie Richard, teamster, r 33S Oak 
Barbaras G, sugarwkr, r 1759, 12th Av 

South 
BAEBAT J HENRY, physician and sur- 
geon, 1458 Sutter, hours 1 to 4, r 3946 
Clay 
Barbat Josephine Miss, physician, r 639 

Cole 
Barbat Margaret, widow, r 639 Cole 
BARBAT WIXI.IAM P, physician and 
surgeon, office and residence 2267 
Howard, hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p m, 
tel Market 354 
Barbe Baptiste, laundryman. r 1733 Polk 
Barbe Camille, widow, r 152 Wood 
Barbe Jean, waiter, r 2309 California 
Barbe John, laundry, 1537 Pacific Av 
Barbe Peter, lab Bayle. Lacoste & Co 
Barbe Theodore ( Salles & Barbe) r 

675 Broadway 
Barbe William H F, real estate, r 1218 

4th Av 
Barbee A J. waiter, r 637 McAllister 
Barbee Ellis W, drayman, 3782, 16th 
Barbee Emma H, widow, r 849 Union 
Barbee Frank P (Cleaver & Barbee) 
Barbee H B, with Whittell Warehouse 

Co, r 1200 Battery 
Barbee Jesse W, painter, r 123 Hartford 
Barber Albert H, salesman Cal Casket 

Co, r Ross 
Barber Arthur F. sec Fred B Haight & 

Co, r Alameda 
Barber Arthur H, blksmith, r 670a Noe 
BARBER ASPHALT PAVING CO THE, 
asphalt paving contractors and sole 
mfrs of the famous "Genasco" roof- 
ing, 1083-1095 Monadnock Bldg, tel 
Douglas 1881 
Barber Carl, elk, r 1097 McAllister 
Barber Clarence E. watehmkr H Kall- 
mann, r 907 Eddy 
Barber Edward T, carpet layer, r 426 De- 

visadero 
Barber Emma J Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 1612 Vallejo 
Barber Ethel Mrs, saleswoman Wein- 

stock, Lubin & Co, r 533 St?ir.er 
Barber George B, sec Shreve & Barber, 

r 352, 4th Av 
Barber Harry, salesman George D Gra- 
ham, r Oakland 
Barber Harry E, seaman, r 2766 Green- 
wich 
Barber James B, rectifier, r 4117, 24th 
Barber J H, adv mgr Brittain & Co (Inc) 

r Oakland 
Barber J Walter, acct Klink, Bean & 

Co, r 1474 Sacramento 
Barber M Mrs, r 306 Munich 



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Barber Martin, cook, r 417a Tehama 
Barber M H, raacli, r 38 Stockton 
Barber Natel Mrs, actress, r 4122, 24th 
Barber Oscar T, atty The White Co, r 

Berkeley 
Barber Phineas S, chief elk TJ S Atty's 

office, r Oakland 
Barber Robert A, realty and finance. 

Monadnock Bldg, r Berkeley 
Barber Thomas H, master mariner, r 

1612 Vallejo 
Barber T Wallace, foreman, r 427 Miss- 
issippi 
Barber W K, marine engr, 4o Steuart 
Barber Zachary T, carpet cleaner, r 426 

Devisadero 
£3"Barber See Barbier and Barbour 
Barberi Frank, waiter, r 2112 Jefferson 
Barberis Charles, brklayer, r 1739, 12th 

Av South 
Barberis Marcellino, baker St Francis 

Hotel, r 684 Ash Av 
Barbero Albert, lab, r 16 Edith PI 
BARBBRO GIOVANNI, Italian and 

French pastry, 1362 Stockton, r 1615 

Mason 
Barbero Harry L with TJ RR, r 535 

Barbers Katie, widow, r 1328 Florida 
Barbes Alphonse, porter, r 1627 Eddy 

rear 
Barbett Stefano, fruits. 1478 Church 
Barbetta Joseph, teamster, r 599 Vallejo 
Barbetta Nicholas, hydrantman Corpora- 
tion Yards, r 310d Clement 
Barbich John (Dabovich & Barbich I r 

2759 Mission 
Barbier Alfred, r 339 Spruce 
BARBIER H P, vice-pres and sec W K 
Vanderslice Co, 1616 Van Ness Av, 
r 183 De Long Av 
£S"Barbier See Barber and Barbour 
Barbiere Benedetti, laundryman, r Ca- 
yuga Av nr Onondaga Av 
Barbiere Fortunato. laundryman, Cayuga 

Av nr Onondaga Av 
Barbiere Luigi, painter A Merle & Co, r 

1708 Grant Av 
Barbieri Albert J. elk, r 3739. 16th 
Barbieri August S elk. r 1626 Haight 
Barbieri Barbir, baker, r 665 Green 
Barbieri Bart (Barbieri & Fanucchi) r 

3919 Sacramento 
Barbieri Ernest, salesman, r 176 Valpa- 
raiso 
Barbieri Frank, bootblack, r 1302 Kearny 
Barbieri Henrv V, marine engr, r 3739 

16th 
Barbieri Paul, r 1626 Haight 
Barbieri Peter (Arata Barbieri Paste 

Co) 
Barbieri S driver, r 178 Valparaiso 
Barbieri Stephen, lab. r 3739, 16th 



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Barbieri & Fanucohi (B Barbieri and F 

Fanucchi) liquors, 517 Sansome 
Barbino Mary, widow, r 335 Union 
Barbis Thomas, student. 1-1867% Howard 
Barbonchielli E & Co (Enrico Barbon- 

chielli and A Pardini) shoes, 2137 

24th 
Barbonchielli Enrico (E Barbonchielli & 

Co) r 2437a 24th 
Barbonchielli Pietro (A Granucci & Co) 

r 2437a 24th rear 
Barbonchilus P, candymkr Pac Coast 

Biscuit Co, r 152a Pfeiffer 
Barboto Angelo r 26 Prescott Ct 
Barbour Charles O, gardener, r 2408 

Lake 
Barbour J R, sheet ironwkr, r 2260a 

Bryant Av 
Barbour S L, vice-pres A I Hall & Son, 

r Hartford Conn 
SABBOUS WILLIAM A, mgr The Linen 

Thread Co. r Oakland 
S3 Barbour. See Barber and Barbier 
Barbrack Claus F, bartndr, r 2444, 24th 
Barbrack F. mailer The Call, r Berkeley 
Barbrica Paul (New San Francisco 

Cooperage Co) 
Barbrich George, stev, r 620, 2d 
Barca D & Son (D and F) fruits, 2951 

23rd 
Barca Dominic (D Barca & Son) r 2951 

23rd 
Barca Tony (D Barca & Son) r 2951 

23rd 
Barcel John W, rap U S Mint, r 355 San 

Carlos Av 
Barchi Antonio elk C C Cohen, r 1054 

Kearny 
Barchold Arthur, crockery, r 3134 Bu- 
chanan 
Barckow Axel, lab, r 1321, 23rd 
Barclay C Mrs, r 1307 Devisadero 
Barclay Frank W, painter, r 48 Hart- 
ford 
Barclay Harriet, widow, r 3052 Mission 
Barclay Harvey, housemover, r 3672, 19th 
Barclay John A, r 324 Flood Av 
Barclay John M, elec engr, r 2327 Van 

Ness Av 
Barclay Keville, lab, r 2222, 23rd 
Barclay Lester, glazier, r 1233 Ellis 
Barclay Mary E Miss, r 51 Grattan 
Barclay M H Mrs, widow 1336 Ellis 
Barclay Robert A, elk S P Co, r 219 

Sanchez 
Barclay R S, blksmith, r 365 Golden Gate 

Av 
/EFBarclay. See Barkley 
Barcos Clement, teamster, r 1349, 6th 

Av South 
Barcos George, bartndr, r 723 Sacra- 
mento 
Barcos Jobn. r 461. 4th *v 
Bard August, waiter, r 386 Lily Av 



STANDARD GAS ENGINE CO. 

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436 Market Street 

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Bardacos Anst, groceries and fruits, 450 

3d 
Bardano Anthony, gardener, r Dewey 

Boulevard nr Corbett Road 
Bardaracco John, teamster, 



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Bardaracco Louis 

wich 
Bardarocco Paul, teamster, 

Greenwich 
Bardell Art Printing Co, 711 Sansome 
Bardellini Joseph, storekpr Harbor Com- 
missioners, r Oakland 
Bardellini Vincent, fish, r 1823 Stockton 
Bardello Joseph, die setter Am Can Co, 

r 334 Union 
Bardelon P A, Silverman, r 252 Montgom- 
ery Av 
Barden Charles, elk Freygang-Leary Co, 

r 1872 Bush 
Barden Charles Jr, elk, r 1872 Bush 
Barden D, stev, r 822 Battery 
Barden George, salesman Hale Bros Inc, 

r 1710 Octavia 
Barden Gottlieb, brewer, r 67 Ritch 
Barden Harry, salesman, r 413 Bartlett 
Barden Harry J, salesman G Holl, r 413 

Bartlett 
Barden Harry O, elk Levi Strauss & Co, 

r 1917 Pacific Av 
Barden James, lab, r 519, 35th Av 
Barden James, stev, 300 Steuart 
Bardet George A. millwright, r 2773a 

Howard 
Bardet Leonard M, elk S P Co, r Berke- 
ley 
Bardon Mabel, widow, r 1128 Howard 
Bardost E, elk T Lazzareschi, r 1287 

9th Av 
Bardram Hannebal, upholst, r 943 York 
Bardue DeLoss, salesman, r 2211a Web- 
ster 
Bardue Nelson, dentist, r 2211a Webster 
Barduhn Carl, bkkpr, r 1650 Grove 
Barduhn George, sign painter, r 1650 

Grove 
Barduhn Gertrude E Miss, teacher music 

r 1650 Grove 
BARDUHN JOHN, merchant tailor. 7 

Sutter, r 1650 Grove 
Barduhn William, electn, r 1650 Grove 
Barduzo Arthur, r 1511 Francisco 
Barduzo Michael saddlemkr, r 1511 

Francisco 
Barduzo Michael Jr, teamster, r 1511 

Francisco 
Bare Bert, with Bare Bros, r 1128 Mc- 
Allister , 
BABE BBOS (Solomon Bare) furniture, 
carpets and upholstery, 701-703 Eddy 
cor Polk 
Bare Gustave, furrier, 1515 Bush, r 1128 

McAllister 
Bare Irwin, with Bare Bros, r 1128 Mc- 
Allister 
Bare Solomon( Bare Bros) r 2624 Green 
Bareilles Emile, r 1521, 22d Av South 
Bareilles Emile, butcher, r 322 Railroad 

Av 
Bareilles Jacques, supt Cal Fertilizer 

Wks, r 1436, 7th Av South 
Bareilles John, carriage builder, r 1649 

15th Av South 
Bareilles John P, carpet, layer M Fried- 
man & Co, r 793 Greenwich 
Bareilles Joseph, laundry 676 Broadway. 

r 611% Broadway 
Bareilles Pierre, bkkpr Bayle, Laeoste 

& Co, r 1436, 7th Av South 
Bareilles Thomas, r 2178 Railroad Av 
Barelkoskv Stanislaus, carrier Postof- 

fice. r 1417, 43d Av 
BARENDT ABTKUB H, atty-at-law. 

Ibis Bldg, 427 Bush, r 480 Ellis 
Baresin Roko, lab. r 855 Broadway 
SFBaretta. See Beretta 
Baretio Albert, lab, r 906 Pacific 
Baretto Jacinto, cook, r 525 Broadway 



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Baretto Robert, painter F J Merschen 
Barfield John, asst weigher U S Cus- 
toms, r Oakland 
Barg Henry, insp S P Co, r Fruitvale 
Barg J Frederick, salesman Hart Wood 

Lumber Co, r 840 Capp 
Barg William H, bkkpr Hart Wood Lum- 
ber Co, r Redwood City 
Bargagliotti F & Co, (F Bargagliotti, P 
Molinari and Peter Del Lorenzi) junk, 
39 Broadway 
Bargagliotti Frank, (F Bargagliotti & 

Co) r 39 Broadway 
Barge Henry, wood carver, r 2676, 21st 
Barge Office (U S Customs) Meiggs 

wharf ft Powell 
Barger Daniel E, physician, r 2973 Cali- 
fornia 
Barger Emmet, tel opT, r 345, 1st Av 
Barger Harry A, mach U I Works Co, r 

896, 22d 
Barger William, mach, r 846 Shotwell 
Barges John, carp str Aztec 
Bargesen Ole, janitor, r 155 Octavia 
Bargeson Charles, paper hanger, r 44 

Wood 
Bargewell Oscar C, janitor, r 272 Mira- 

mar Av 
Bargioni Tersilio, r 210 Berkshire 
Barhyte L D, elk Crane Co, r Alameda 
Bari Jennie widow, r 405 Union 
Bari Joseph, driver, r 405 Union 
Baricelli Benedict, lab, r 152 Pfeiffer 
Barieau Anthiloque, miner, r 1848 Fell 
Barieau Charles O, draftsman, r 1848 

Fell 
Barieau J E, draftsman S F Gas &. Elec 

Co, r 1848 Fell 
Barigau Edward F, carp, r 523 Arkansas 
Barilla Joseph, teamster, r 473% Vallejo 
Baringer William H, butcher, r 332 De- 

visadero 
43"Baringer. See Barringer 
^Barington. See Barrington 
Barion August, surveyor, r 77 Dame 
Barion Christian, brass finisher, r 71 

Dame 
Barion Karl, mach, r 77 Dame 
Barion Manuel, cook, r 579 Cedar Av 
Barion William blksmith.r 77 Dame 
Barisch Benno, expressman, r 1639 Lom- 
bard 
Barisien Ida widow, r 1107 Devisadero 
Barjion Charlotte widow, r 251 Laurel 

Av 
BARKAN ADOLPH, eye, ear, nose 
and throat, rooms 40S-411 Butler 
Bldg, Union Sq, tel Douglas 1926, r 
2209 Laguna, tel West 1635 
Barkan Fritz, with California Jewelry 

Co, r 2209 Laguna 
Barkentine John, lab, r 1322 Montgom- 
ery 
Barker A D, electrotyper Filmer Bros 

Electrotype Co, r Mill Valley 
Barker Anna widow, r 409 Octavia 
Barker Charles, mill hand, r 316% 

29th 
Barker Charles A, elect engr, r 1264 

O'Farrell 
Barker Charles D, engr, r 352a Guer- 
rero 
Barker Charles W, with George W Cas- 
well Co, r Larkspur 
Barker Earl, student, r 316%, 29th 
Barker Edgar, elk, r 642 Waller 
Barker Edward, lab, r 1820 Webster 
Barker Elizabeth widow, r 306a Bartlett 
Barker Emma L Mrs, r 2507 Pine 
Barker Felix, blksmith, r 2951, 23d 
Barker Frank S, carp, r 316%, 29th 
Barker Fred W, elk, r 739 Clayton 
Barker George (Hibbins & Barker) r 

4078, 18th 
Barker Helen Miss, nurse, r 2070 Sutter 
Barker Henry, r 346 Locust 
Barker Henry, molder U I Works Co, r 
118 Nevada Av 



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Barker Henry L, carp, r 1948 Union 
Barker James, barber chairs, 94 Turk 
Barker James A, carp Cal Gas & Hlec 

Corp 
Barker James E. pres Barker Tile & 

Mantel Co. r 1056 Florida 
Barker James W, (Barker & Daniels), 

r 1176 Ellis 
Barker John, carp, r 1789 Greenwich 
Barker John G (Barker, Knickerbocker 
& Bostwick) and mgr Hotel Jefferson, 
r Mill Valley 
Barker Joseph, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Barker Joseph J, policeman, r 414 Clem- 
ent 
Barker Joseph N, elk, r 642 Waller 
Barker Joseph W, with Board of Fire 
Underwriters of the Pac, r Berkeley 
BARKER, KNICKERBOCKER & BOST- 
WICK (Inc) (J G Barker, C E Knick- 
erbocker, H R Bostwick and F F 
Bostwick) real estate, 301 Electrical 
Bldg, 171, 2d 
Barker Leonard E, r 316%, 29th 

BARKER MACHINERY & 

EQUIPMENT CO. Charles A. Barker 
mgr, power plant machinery, 421 
Wells Fargo Bid? 

Barker Ralph (Barker & Little) r 2382 

Green 
Barker Ralph, chief engr Harbor Corns. 

r 2916 Fillmore 
Barker Ralph T, elk. r 266 Tremont Ax- 
Barker Richard, marine engr. r 1126 

Vallejo 
Barker Richard, real estate, 4609 H, t 

413 Bartlett 
Barker Richard Jr, upholst. r 413 Bart- 
lett 
Barker Robert A, real estate. Monad- 
nock Bldg, r Berkeley 
Barker Robert W, timekpr U I Works 

Co, r 251 Pierce 
Barker Stewart Miss, stenogr, Monad- 
nock Bldg, r Berkeley 
Barker Theresa, widow, r 26 Allen 
Barker Thomas, r 324, 30th 
Barker Thomas, carp, r 231 Pierce 
Barker Thomas, elk C H Cliff, r 50.8 

14th 
Barker Thomas E, collr S F Gas & Elec 

Co, r 2571 Sutter 

Barker Thomas G, elk, r 156 Belvedere 

BARKER TILE AND MANTEL CO, J E 

Barker pres. A Schiller vice-pres, 

tiles and mantels. 797 Monadnock 

Bldg. tel Douglas 2736 

Barker William H, marine engr, r 2157 

Hayes 
Barker Zachariah, lab, r 4124, 26th 
Barker & Daniels (J W Barker and G 
B Daniels) liquors, 272 Market 



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Barker & Little (Ralph Barker and John 
G Little) consulting engrs, 244 

Barkntmfcarl G, mfrs agt, r 2819 Bu- 
Barkhaus" Fred W, news agt, r 2819 Bu- 
Bar^halfs" Louise J, widow, r 2819 Bu- 
Bar C k h h a aus" William H, steward, r 1149 
Valencia „ ,, ooro 

Barkhausen August C, newsdlr, r .853 

Bariris^Emmet L (Lindsay & Barkis) r 
734 Clement 

BARKIS H B & CO, mechanical engi- 
neers and mill builders; our special- 
ties elevating, conveying, grinding 

Bai^Henr^B 3 ^ B Barkis & Co) 315 

Rarklev Anna C, widow, r 2144 Green 
Hartley Harfy G, sec Gullixson Bros 

(Inc) r 900 Oak 
Barkley James, teamster r - Boyd 
Barklev John M, meter tester S P Gas 

& Elec Co, r 1219a Geary 
Barkley Margaret H, widow, r 1336 Ellis 
BARKLEY THOMAS J CO, Ben Hur 

goods. 717 Market, tel Douglas 2270 
r-s-Barklev. See Barclay , 

Barkman F R, salesman Prager s, r 6 

Barkers, sheet metalwkr Rulofson 

Metal Window Wks. r 1929 Ellis 
Barkow A, sugarwkr Western Sugar Re- 
fining Co, r 1321, 23d *,.... 
Barkwo?th Thomas, r 152S Broderick 
BARLAGE WELLIAM A, cashier H S 
Crocker Co, r 4004, 19th .„„„, 
Barlett Louise M. widow, r 219 Ashbury 
Barletta Angelo (Barletta Bros) r 1419 

BarleTta Bros (A and J) gas engines, 

1051 Montgomery Av 
Barletta F. molder Risdon Iron Wks, r 

507, 20th ■ , , .,. 

Barletta John (Barletta Bros) r 1419 

Barlev Charles, silversmith, r 2735, 20th 
Barle'v Dora, widow, r 1105 O'Farrell 
Barlev E C, with Shreve & Co, r 2i35 
20th , ._ „, „ 

Barley George M, silversmith Shreve & 

Co. r 3256, 21st 
Barley Harry, brass finisher G E Avitt 
Co. r 2735, 20th • . ,. 

Barling Charles E, carp, r 6508 Cali- 
fornia . 
BARLING JOHN L, cleaning and dye- 
ing, 20 Collingwood 
Barling Louise, widow, r 6508 California 
Barling Peter T. bartndr, r 111 Silver 
Barlow Arthur J, mach, r 3132, 26th 



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Barlow Caroline B Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r Berkeley 
Barlow Cassius U (C U Barlow Co) r 

Oakland „ . _ , 

Barlow Charles, r 433 Fair Oaks 

BARLOW C. U. CO. 

(C. V. Barlow and O. P. Stidger) real 
estate and insurance, 628 Montgom- 
ery, room 232, tel Kearny 1379 

Barlow Frank T, mfrs agt, 1146 Post, r 

Oakland -.^™ t. * 

Barlow Fred F, molder, r 1579 ,?? S R„.=t 
Barlow Harry, wood carver r 2174 Post 
Barlow James, brklayer, r 646 Waller 
Barlow John Q. engr maintenance of 

way dept S P Co, Flood Bldg 
Barlow M, mining, r 1551 Laguna 
Barlow Martin, r 82 East Park 
Barlow Mary, widow, r 323 Connecticut 
Barlow Michael, lumberman r 31 Dame 
Barlow Percy, bkkpr, r4023, 18th 
Barlow Robert S, pres R S Barlow & Co 

BarlowR S & Co (Inc) R S 1 Barlow 

pres, stockbrokers, Lick Bldg 
Barlow S E Mrs. r 533 Steiner 
Barlow T C, flagman S P Co 
Barlow Victor, student, r 321 Fulton 
Barlow Warren, lumberman, r 20 Ark- 

BarkJw William G. mach, r 243 Noe 
Barlow William G Jr, mgr C Lyons, r 

3956, 17th w M 

Barlow William T, mach r 243 Noe 
Barman Benjamin, with Great Am Imp 

Tea Co. r 408 Haight 
Barman Delphine. widow, r 2672 Bus i 
Barman Emil. salesman, r 26 <- % u ¥\ 
Barman G E, helper S F Gas & Elec 

Co, r 408 Haight , 

Barman George H, plumber i : 393? 17th 
Barman Jacob, painter, r 28 Harriet 
Barman K C, master mariner, r 384J 

Mission . . 9Jth 

Barman Maggie, widow, r 339. -4tn 
Barman Samuel, liquors. 305 McAllister 
Barmettler Florentine, cabtmkr, r -10d 

Barmore J A e G AV supt Calkins Newspaper 
Syndicate, r Berkeley m „= 

Barmore B E, foreman Calkins News- 
paper Syndicate, 313 Battery 
Barnacle Jeremiah, r "8 Lisbon 
Barnacle William, stev 300 Steuart 
Barnard A C, with NW Pac RR Co, r 

BARNARD 1MBBUD. .ffif "^ 
and Consul Brazil and Bolivia, 3b» 

Barnard Benfamin L. r ■ 2041 -Green 
Rarnard Frank, elk, r 1131 Howard 
iSntrd Frank! sec Pacific Humane Soc. 

r 1165 Turk 
Barnard Frederick, cond, r 2325 Lom- 

BarnYrd George B, acct, 210 Drumm, r 

Oakland , „ 

BARNARD HAMILTON W, With Brown- 

Walker-Simmons Co, Crocker Bldg. 

r 1303 Gough . . 

Barnard Harold H, searcher Standard 

Title Ins Co 
Barnard Jacob, junk, .110 Sussex ' 

Barnard J Howard, mining sec, Crocker 

Barnard Lemuel H, bkkpr S F Chemical 

Co, r Oakland 

Barnard Wallace J, r 1630 Page 
Barnard William C (Barnard & Bunker) 

Barna°rd k wmiam G, r "30 Page 

Rnrnard William J, engr, r 1422, Msi av 

BARNARD & BUNKER (William C 

Barnard and Edward A Bunker) 

grain and bean dealers. SE cor Call- 

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Barnardo Francisco, r 648 Green 
Barndt Elizabeth J, widow, r 1585 "Waller 
Barner A Mrs (Barner & Kehlenbeck) 

r 3635, 23d 
Barner Bertha, widow, r 5852 Mission 
Barner Bros (H A and G W C) liquors, 

5854 Mission 
Barner Charles L, groceries and liquors, 

3001 Laguna, r 1900 Filbert 
Barner Fred, rectifier Barner & Kehlen- 

beck, r 5852 Mission 
Barner George, teamster Hans Outsen 
Barner George W C (Barner Bros) r 

5854 Mission 
Barner Henry, painter, r 913 Treat Av 
Barner Henry A (Barner Bros) r 5854 

Mission 
Barner Herman W, bartndr, r 2604 How- 
ard „ 
Barner Louis, painter, 913 Treat Av 
Barner William, groceries and liquors, 

2600 Howard 
BARNER & KEELENBECE (Mrs A 
Barner and H Kehlenbeck) whol liq- 
uors, 714 Kearny, tel Kearny 3427 
Barnert Monroe, salesman, r 1600 Waller 
Barnes A J (Young & Barnes) r Hotel 

Young 
Barnes Anastasia, widow, r 52 Bernard 
Barnes Arthur, r 1345, 7th Av 
Barnes Arthur, bkkpr, r 1120 Guerrero 
Barnes Charles H, mgr Thomas Auto 

Rental Co, r 4026, 17th 
Barnes Charles M, elk Pac Coast SS Co, 

r 2638 Folsom 
Barnes Charles T, ship joiner. r 12 

Whitney 
Barnes Clark D, contr, r 1777 Waller 
Barnes David, tailor, r 1552a O'Farrell 
Barnes Earl, salesman R Shapro Co 
Barnes Edward, contr, r 1250, 20th Av 
Barnes Edward H, stickerhand, r 2118 

Fillmore 
Barnes Edward J, master mariner, r 635 

Natoma 
Barnes Edward J, sheet metalwkr, r 

1651, 10th Av 
Barnes Edwin L, agt, r 4026, 17th 
Barnes E H. meterman Spring Valley 

Water Co 
Barnes Frank, lab, r 900 Brannan 
Barnes Fred, millwright, r 111 Turk 
Barnes G A, salesman, r 1184 Elli3 
Barnes George, press feeder, r 41 Oc- 

tavia „„ TT 

Barnes George W, oysterman, r 172 Han- 
cock 
Barnes Guy T, salesman, r Alamo Apts 
Barnes Harry E, waiter, r 1863 Howard 
Barnes H B, with William F Yates 

Lumber Co, r 610, 3d Av 
Barnes Henry, r 120 Dorland 
Barnes Henry C, foreman Swift & Co, 

r 168 San Carlos Av 
Barnes Henry H, elk Royal Ins Co, r 

Barnes James, lab, r 185 Crescent Av 
Barnes James, messgr. r 1556 Ellis 
Barnes James J (J D Barnes Co) 991 

Valencia 
Barnes J D Co, shipwrights, 175 Steuart 
Barnes J I, saw filer, 1412 Mission 
Barnes John (S F Special Messgr Ser- 
vice) r 1722 Fillmore 
Barnes John, elk, r 47 Octavia 
Barnes John, liquors, 2007 Fillmore, r 

2129 Pine 
Barnes John H, delicacies, 1360 Eddy 
Barnes John S, engr, r 225 Tremont Av 
Barnes Joseph, r 352 Clementina 
Barnes Joshua D (J D Barnes Co) r 

3380, 22d 
Barnes Kate, widow, r 582 Grove 
Barnes Kitty M Miss, nurse, r 712 

Waller 
Barnes L Mrs, widow, r 912a Pine 
Barnes Loron E, buyer John Breuner 
Co, r 2380 Green 



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Barnes L W, mtrman U RR, r 400 Ge- 
neva Av 
Barnes M Mrs, r 41 octavia 
Barnes Margaret Mrs, r 2160 Steiner 
Barnes Martha R Miss, r 349 Haight 
Barnes Matthew, plasterer, r 87a Grove 
Barnes M P, pres Aztec Mfg Co, r Sac- 
ramento 
Barnes Myron P, carp, 2895 Harrison, r 

3551, 24th 
Barnes O D, carp Harbor Commission- 
ers, r 118 Webster 
Barnes Richard, engr, r 708 San Jose Av 
Barnes Roy A, salesman Union Litho- 
graph Co, r 1135 Potrero Av 
Barnes Suzanne, widow, r 930 Hayes 
Barnes T S. engr TJ I Works Co 
Barnes Wallace, r 52 Bernard 
Barnes W E, mtrman, r 400 Geneva Av 
Barnes W F, elk Equitable Assurance 

Soc, r 2301 Scott 
Barnes Willard E, hardware, 4274 Mis- 
sion 
Barnes William, r 225 Tremont Av 
Barnes William, r 806, 14th 
Barnes "William, cook, r 40 Pope 
Barnes William E, salesman Glass & 
Prudhomme Co, r 1327 Leavenworth 
Barnes William G, elk, r 740 Shrader 
BARNES WUIiIAM H, grand scribe 
Grand Encampment I O O F, 1999 
Post, r 1931 Devisadero 
Barnes William J, lab, r 735, 19th Av 
Barnes William J, printer, r 582 Grove 
BARNES WILIiIAM S, atty-at-law, 1114 

Crocker Bldg, r Press Club 
Barneson-Hibberd Co, shipping and com, 

149 California 
BARNESON-HIBBERD WAREHOUSE 
CO, warehouses, ft of 4th, China Ba- 
sin and Spear and Harrison 
Barneson James B, 2d officer str Rose 

City 
Barneson John, pres Barneson-Hibberd 

Co, r San Mateo 
Barnet Henry L, bkkpr Mahony Bros, r 

847 Masonic Av 
Barnet Moses M, asst mgr Emanu-El. 

r Oakland 
Barnett Abraham T, atty, Humboldt 

Savings Bank Bldg, r 540 Clayton 
Barnett Absalom J, architect, 414 Her- 
mann 
Barnett Amrose M, salesman Studebaker 

Bros Co, r 1259, 19th Av 
Barnett Benjamin, butcher, r 58 Belcher 
Barnett Benjamin, drayman, r 460 Capp 
Barnett Benjamin J. printer, r 3081, 16th 
Barnett Benno, teamster, r 640 Capp 
Barnett Benno I, teacher music, 1303a 

Devisadero 
Barnett Charles, driver, r 710, 14th 
Barnett Charles, tailor, r 2899a Folsom 
Barnett Charles F. mail elk, r 2; 



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Barnett Clay, emp Hotel Brilliant 
Barnett E A (Metropolitan Tailoring Co) 

r Oakland ■ 

Barnett Edward, laundryman Harbor 

View Baths 
Barnett Ellen, widow, r 22 Ritch 
Barnett Ezra (Mendelson & Barnett) r 

Oakland 
Barnett Florence P, paver, r 417, 10th 

Av 
Barnett Frank, waiter, r 1749 Ellis 
Barnett Frank T, r 1259, 19th Av 
Harnett G, mattressmkr, r 646 bhotwell 
Barnett G C, cond U RE, r 54 Delaware 

Av 
Barnett George E. elk Wells Fargo Ne- 
vada Nat Bank, r Oakland 
Barnett H A, r 380 Eddy 
Barnett Harry, carp, r 4166, 18th 
Barnett Harry, policeman, r 615, 4th Av 
Barnett Harry B, teamster. 137 Welch 
Barnett Henry, engr, r 4093, 17th 
Barnett Howard, seaman, r 121 Ripley 
Barnett John, brklayer, r 1517 Broderick 
Barnett John, carp, r 516, 2d Av 
Barnett John, driver, r 417, 10th Av 
Barnett John, engr, r 4093, 17th 
Barnett John, painter, r 1512 O'Farrell 
Barnett John F, atty, Mills Bldg 
Barnett Joseph I, harnessmkr, r 1373 

Page 
Barnett Joseph M, salesman, r 1881 

Sutter 
Barnett Josephine Miss, artist, r 747 

Barnett Louis, salesman, r 58 Belcher 
Barnett Mark J, tailor, r 601 Waller 
Barnett Marks, r 1S72 Sutter 
Barnett Mary, candies, 5000 California 
Barnett Moses, bookbdr J B Mclntyre 

Bindery Co, r 58 Belcher 
Barnett Rose, widow, r 34a San Carlos 

Av 
Barnett S, junk, r 379 Hayes 
Barnett Samuel, shoemkr, r 58 Belcher 
Barnett Thomas, butcher, 1154 McAllis- 
ter, r 1640 Fulton 
BARNETT WILLIAM T, managing elk 
Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, r Ber- 
keley 
*®-Barnett. See Barnert and Barnet 
Barney Charles R, with Cranston, Bel- 

vel & Dwyer, r Sausalito 
Barney Daniel A, chauffeur, r 545 Myr- 
tle Av 
Barney Dora, widow, r 1105 O'Farrell 
Barney Frank L, salesman, r 3983, 18th 
Barney H E Mrs, stenogr Brownell & 

Mayhew, r 1319 Octavia 
Barney John W, elk Medical Supply 

Dept IT S A, r 2192 Post 
Barney Rolland E, foreman Frank O 

Renstrom Co, r 30 North Stanyan 
Barney Viola A, widow, r 780 Turk 



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Barnhart A J, r 852 Fell 

Barnhart Clifford, salesman Wellman, 

Peck & Co, r Van Dorn Hotel 
Barnhart George W, Western mgr Ma- 
son Steam Shovel Co, r 898 Franklin 
Barnhart Glenn C, with Sherman, Clay 

& Co, r Piedmont 
Barnhart Henry D C, livestock, r 593 

Waller 
Barnheisel Henry, driver, r 1252 Folsom 
Barnhill George, barber, r 1227 Capitol 

Av 
Barnickol Fred H, elk Pac Tel & Tel 

Co, r 1153 Oak 
Barnini Antone, lab, r 714 Potrero Av 
iirBarnner. See Barner 
Barnum Albert G, plumber, r 2178 Post 
Barnum A W, salesman, r 480 Ellis 
Barnum Charles A, business agt, r 306 

Hickory Av „,. 

Barnum John S, draftsman, r 1116 Ellis 
Barnum Noah F, porter Security Sav- 
ings Bank, r Oakland 
Barnum Paul, vice-pres Dean Reversible 

Window Co, r 622% Guerrero 
Barnum Samuel E, bartndr, r 331 Oc- 
tavia 
Barnwell A, patternmkr Vulcan Iron 

Wks, r San Bruno 
Barocco John, carp, r 1106 Alabama 
Baron Benjamin (Baron Bros) r 570 
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Baron Bros (W and B) barbers, i75 

Market 
Baron Charles, elk, r 1125 Alabama 
Baron George P, horseshoer, r 680, 2d 

Av 
Baron Isidor, r 2409 Washington 
Baron John, r 680, 2d Av 
Baron Louis, ladies' tailor, 1290 Post, 

r 1617 Church 
Baron Max D. elect engr, 693 Mission 
Baron M F Mrs, millinery, 680, 2d Av 
Baron William (Baron Bros) r 70 Car- 

melita 
Baron Wolf, ladles' tailor, 1714 Van 

Ness Av 
#S"Baron. See Barren and Barron 
Barone Nicholas, shoemkg, 1402 Church 
Baroni Antone A, cooper, r 10 Norton 
Baroni Frank, janitor, r 10 Norton 
Baroni Guido, tailor, r 405 Union 
Baronie Frank, salesman, r 471 Clipper 
Baronoff R M, contr, r 1226, 46th Av 
Barouguire Pierre, driver, r 909 Pacific 
Barouques Joseph, lab, r 6th Av South 

nr L 
Barozza Albert, locksmith, r 1850 Devi- 

Barr A, cond U RR, r 1318% Harrison 
Barr Angelo C, bartndr, r 643b Natoma 
Barr Arthur W, carp, r 840 Treat Av 
Barr Daniel, teamster Frank B Peterson 

Co 
Barr Daniel J, mfrs agt, r 376 Oak 
Barr Edward, oiler str Siberia 
Barr Eugene, carp, r 1711 Webster 
Barr F Mrs Co, umbrellas, 3030 Wash- 
ington 
Barr Frederick, mach, r 2067 Ellis 
Barr Georgia B Mrs, r 136 Alpine 
Barr Hugh, ship joiner, r 1256 Stanyan 
Barr Jacob, teamster, r 528 Railroad Av 
Barr John, messgr Union Trust Co of 

S F, r San Rafael 
Barr John, painter, r 828 Florida 
Barr John A, marine engr, Jackson St 

Wharf 
Barr John A (Jones & Barr) r 643b Na- 
toma 
Barr John G, r 4330, 19th 
Barr Lottie B, umbrella mfr, r 3030 

Washington 
Barr Stewart A. locksmith, 1703 Haight, 

r 3114 Washington 
Barr W, electn, r 1114 Turk 
Barr William, bkkpr Columbia Machine 
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Barr William G, r 48 Pierce 
/CirBarr. See Bar and Barre 
Barra Ezekiel I, r 3274, 25th 
Barraco Fred, lab, r 2851, 22d 
r-TBarraco. See Baraco 
Barral Pierre, engr, r 1733 TT P ° 1 S„ I>( „„ = 
Barrangon Evelyn G, insp U S Customs, 
Barras Louis R, supt Thompson-Star- 

rett Co, r Oakland 
^Barrasch. See Barash 
Barratt A M, musician, r 2930 Pulton 
Barratt Maurice, marine engr, 45 bteuart 
Barratz Joseph, teamster, Bayle, Lacoste 

Barraud James, janitor, r 2220 Green- 

Barraud W K, cashier Lyon & Hoag, r 

636 Market __ _ , 

Barre Louis, carp, r 3121 Steiner 
Barrell House, 687 Howard 
Barren J, with Varney & Green, r 433 

Oak 
Barren Nicholas, r 705 Laguna 
Barren Samuel, foreman, r 72 Santa Ma- 

Barreo Joseph, liquors, 1123 Kearny 
Barrere Emma L, widow, r 1634 Waller 
Barrere Eugene, butcher, r 1515, 8th Av 

South 
Barrere Jean (Ahrancet & Barrere) r 34 

Scott PI nt .__. 

Barrere John, seaman, r 34 beott ±*i 
Barrere Louis, r 707 Scott 
Barrere Mary, widow, r 34 Scott PI 
Barrere Robert B, elk S P Gas & Elec 

Co, r 1634 Waller 
Barrett Alfred J, marine engr, i 

Barrett Alice, widow, r 1162 Ellis 
Barrett Alice L Miss, teacher 

Schools, r 903 Fell 
Barrett Annie Mrs, groceries, 116.. _-. 
Barrett Arthur J, engr, r 1438, 8th Ay 
Barrett Cassio C (Barrett & Miley) r 

548, 9th ., 

Barrett Charles, watchman, r 4210, 19th 
Barrett Charles H, architect, 417 Mont- 
gomery, r 1820 Bush 
BABBETT CHARLES I, sec Pacific Gas 

and Elec Co, r San Rafael 
Barrett Christopher, teamster, r 516% 

Alabama 
Barrett Christopher C, teamster, r 2717 

Mariposa 
Barrett Edward, salesman, r 1552 Bu- 
chanan , , 
Barrett Edward J (Barrett & Rock) r 

903 Fell ^ _, 

Barrett Edward P, elk Hartford Fire 

Ins Co, r 2622 Bryant . 

Barrett Ellen, dressmaking, 1921 Union 
Barrett Emmet P (Zadig & Co) r 903 

Fell 
BARRETT EUGENE T (Maguire, Lind- 
say & Barrett) atty-at-law, r 1045 

Barrett Frank I, atty, Flood Bldg, r 35 

Palm Av 
Barrett Frank M, drayman, ft 3d, r Ala- 
meda 
Barrett George (Hester & Barrett) r 111 

Precita Av 
Barrett George, driver Austin & Co 
Barrett George, statement taker S F Gas 

& Elec Co, r 4040, 17th 
Barrett George L, mach, r 363 Church 
Barrett Gilbert M, physician, 1796 Post, 

r 1051 Cole 
Barrett Herbert, r 1146 Cole 
Barrett Hillary, elk The Fay Co, r 226 

7th Av 
Barrett Hugh, polisher, r 3432, 16th 
Barrett J, mach, r 1502 Iowa 
Barrett James L, elk Uhl Bros, r Oak- 
Barrett James W, mach S P Co, r 1283 

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Barrett J J, elk Harbor Commissioners, 

r 114 Scott 
Barrett John, carp, r 317 Hearst Av 
Barrett John, elk Anglo-Califonan 

Bank, r 721 Central Av 
Barrett John, elk Imperial House, r 672 

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Barrett John, driver, r 910 Florida 
Barrett John, stone cutter, r 659% San 

Jose Av 
Barrett John E, with Cal Wine Assn, r 

Fruitvale 
Barrett John F, carp, r 317 Hearst Av 
Barrett John J, atty, Flood Bldg, r 3919 

California 
Barrett John J, elk, r 114 Scott 
Barrett John J, teamster, r 41 Gilbert 
Barrett John S, carp r 97 Waterville 
Barrett John T, stev, r 259 Tehama 
Barrett Joseph, plumber, r 1556 O Far- 

rell 
Barrett Joseph M, mach, r 1283 Waller 
Barrett Jules C, teamster, r 209a Lang- 
ton 
Barrett Julia, widow, r 46 Arlington 
Barrett Katherine Miss, teacher Pub 
Schools, r 903 Fell , 

Barrett Laurence W, collr Pope & Tal- 
bot, r Oakland 
Barrett Lawrence, carp, r 317 Hearst Av 
Barrett Lillie Miss, ladies' tailor, r 852 

Fell 
Barrett Margaret, stenogr, Russ Bldg, 

r 214, 2d Av 
Barrett Mary, widow, r 35 Palm Av 
Barrett Mary Miss, teacher Pub Schools, 

r 903 Fell „ „ „ 

Barrett Mary A, widow, r 903 Fell 
Barrett Mary F, cashier Haines, Jones 

& Cadbury Co, r 2622 Bryant 
Barrett Mary J, widow, r 114a West Av 
Barrett Maurice, driver Chemical En- 
gine 1, r 1114 Kansas 
Barrett Michael, lab, r 1630 Haight 
Barrett Michael F, carp, r 210 Waller 
Barrett Michael J, lab, r 375, 21st Av 
Barrett Moses, salesman W B McGerry 

& Co, r 1721 Eddy 
Barrett Murtaugh K, cashier, r 1388 

O'Farrell 
Barrett Nellie, widow, r 363 Church 
Barrett Nellie Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 903 Fell 
Barrett Oscar, elk, 611 Howard 
Barrett Patrick, r 2622 Bryant 
Barrett Patrick, lab, r 2160, 22d 
Barrett Patrick H, insp U S Customs, r 

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Barrett Ralph, with A Andrews Dia- 
mond Palace, r 721 Central Av 
Barrett Richard W (Barrett & Thomas) 

r 978 Ellis 
Barrett Robert F, cashier A T & S F 
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Barrett Thomas E, 

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Barrett Thomas H, 

lington 
Barrett Timothy, teamster, r 22b, i th Av 
Barrett Tracy, salesman TJhl Bros, r 

Oakland 
Barrett Webb W, v-ice-pres S F Laundry 

Assn, r 538 Shrader 
Barrett William C, carp, r 1748a Mission 
Barrett William H, salesman, r 363 

Church „ 

Barrett William N, elk Postofflce, r 114a 

West Av 
BARRETT W J, mgr Wright Wire Co, 

r Oakland 
Barrett & Miley (C C Barrett and J 

Miley) liquors. 2401 Bryant 
Barrett & Rock (E J Barrett and J A 

Rock) men's furnishings, 638 Market 
BARRETT 8c THOMAS <R W Barrett 

and M A Thomas) attys-at-law, 502- 

506 Humboldt Bank Bldg, tel Kearny 

5861 
SyBarrett. See Barritt 
Barricklo James R, selling agt. Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg, r 1555 Lyon 
Barricklo John J, elec supplies, 741 H 
Barricklo Joseph E, salesman, r 1555 

Lyon 
Barricklow Addie. r 330 Elsie 
Barricklow Louisa M, widow, r 330 Elsie 
Barricks Arthur, elk Cal Wine Assn, r 

129 Steiner 
Barricks Louis H, engr Engine 14, r 129 

Steiner 
Barricks Louis J, electn, r 129 Steiner 
Barrie Alexander C, salesman Simmons 

Hardware Co, r Berkeley 
Barrie James H, molder, r 85 Fair Oaks 
Barrie John, lab, r 16 Fargo PI rear 
Barrie Joseph, bartndr, r 700 Stanyan 
Barrie Mary J, widow, r 1649 McAllister 
Barrie T D, bkkpr Calkins Newspaper 

Syndicate, r 1649 McAllister 
itS'Barrie. See Barry 

Barriere Frederic, liquors. 1300 Stock- 
ton, r 923% Pacific 
Barriero Manuel, lab, 15 Alta 
Barringer Edward J, restaurant, r 758 

8 th Av 
Barringer William, bkkpr, r 758, 8th Av 
(CWBarringer. See Berringer 
Barrington Florence E Miss, teacher 

Pub Schools, r Burlingame 
Barrington George C, with Eilers Music 

Co, r Oakland 
Barrington James, marine engr, 45 

Steuart 
Barrington John, Ry Postal elk, r 225 



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Barrios L, cigarmkr, r 1828 Oak 
Barrios Octavio, elk W R Grace & Co, 

r 1602 Steiner 
Barritt Fred, carp, r 400a Oak 
Barron Agnes, widow, r 609 Ashbury 
Barron Arthur W, div supt U RR, r 

1331 Grove 
Barron Bertha Miss, r 1231 Ellis 
Barron Carmel, r 64%, 22d 
Barron Caroline M Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 1314 Masonic 
Barron Charles, bootmkr, r 1231 Ellis 
Barron Charles, fireman str Mariposa 
Barron Charles C, propr Owl Transfer 

Co, r 2000 Lombard 
Barron David, r Hotel Hamlin 
Barron David W, whseman A T & b * 

Ry, r 1105 Laguna 
Barron Edward, liquors, r 1131 Ellis 
Barron Edward Mrs, widow, r 2840 Jack- 
son 
Barron Edward T, r 2S40 Jackson 
Barron E K Mrs, sec S F Lincruster Co 
Barron Frank, mach, r 266 Sanchez 
Barron Frank J, butcher, 609, 18th, r 

64%. 22d 
Barron Henry, r 1231 Ellis 
Barron James, r 266 Sanchez 
Barron James (Williams & Barron) r 

1377 Harrison 
Barron James, carp, r 1351 Minna 
Barron John H, special policeman, r 96 

Moultrie „,„ 

Barron Louis, barber, 1661 O'Farrell, r 

2605 Post _ 

Barron M, waiter, r 1309 O'Farrell 
Barron Margaret M, widow, r 1432a 

Post „„„„ „ 

Barron Mary A, widow, r 3329 Sacra- 



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r 149 Laid- 



Barron Michael J, plumber, 

Barron Morris, barber, 2985 Mission 
Barron Nicholas F, policeman, r 705 La- 

Barron R E, master mariner, Mission St 
Bulkhead „„ • t 

Barron Richard M, wrapper, r 1432a Post 

Barron Samuel, elk Levenson Co, r 72 
Santa Marina Av 

Barron Stephen F, elk The Emporium, 
r 149 Laidley 

Barron Thomas B, master mariner, Fer- 
ry Bldg 

Barron W H Mrs, r 1260 California 

Barron William, stonecutter, r 3601 
26th 

Barron William H, ladies' shirt waists, 
137S Sutter, r 1260 California 

;£3-Barron. See Baron and Barren 

Barros H, r Monticello nr Garfield 

Barros Joseph, stev, 300 Steuart 

Barrotti Giuseppi, cook, r 525 Green 

Barrouquere John, gardener, r 2763 Oc- 
tavia 

Barrow J G, marine engr, 45 Steuart 

BARROW-WADE GUTHRIE & CO, pub- 
lic accountants. Alaska Commercial 
Bldg, 310 Sansome 

Barrowman James, carp, r 42 Winfield 
Av 

Barrowman John, ship carp, r 42 Win- 
field Av . ' „ ' 

Barrowman Maud Mrs (Seipel & Bar- 
rowman) r 509 Laguna 

Barrows Charles E, teamster, r 2893 
16th 

Barrows Edward C, elk Smith's Cash 
Store, r Berkeley 

Barro%vs Fay E, elk Mutual Biscuit Co, 
r 1319 Dolores 

Barrows Floyd D, foreman Mutual Bis- 
cuit Co, r 1319 Dolores 

Barrows Harry, driller, r 1365 Golden 
Gate Av 

Barrows Herbert, r 1319 Dolores 

Barrows Julia Miss, dressmaking, r 1357 
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BASBOWS I. D, photographer, 2d floor 

714 Market _, _. 11-n 

Barrows Bay K, atty, 354 Pine, r 14d0 

BASBOWS wailAK H, atty-at-law, 
406-40S Mutual Savings Bank Bldg, 
tel Kearny 3285. r Larkspur, Mann Ci 
iFBarrows. See Burrows 
Barrs F, packer, r 24 Capp 
Barrs Hernn F. elk, r 2896 23d 
Barry A Mrs, widow, r 617 Octayia 
Barry Aaron J, janitor, r 14 Bourbin PI 
Barrv Agnes P Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 2674 Bush 
Barrv Alfred, bartndr, r 26 Elsie 
Barry Alice W Miss, bkkpr H D Cowles 

Co, r 2674 Bush 
Barry Anna, widow, r 617 Octavia 
Barry Anton F, shoemkr, r 954 Harri- 

Bar S r°y n Arthur, elk L Dinkelspiel Co, r 
106 Clayton _ 

Barry Bartholomew, cashier b r CO, r 
106 Webster nA „„ 

Barry Bartholomew, lab, r 2003 ban 

Bar?y U Bros Express, 1602, 13th Av South 
Barry Catherine, widow, r 147 Hartford 
Barry Charles J, bkkpr Hiberma Sav 

& Loan Soc, r 2039 Ellis 
Barry Construction Co (W P Barry) 693 

Mission 
Barry Corliss C, lab. r 293 Dore 
Barry Daniel D, city route agt W F & 

Co Ex, r 2375 Sutter 
Barry Daniel J. molder r 3o Powell Av 
Barry Daniel W, patrol driver, r 336 

Waller „ , . 

Barry David, r 356 Michigan rear 
Barry David, bartndr, r 120 Lexington 
Barry David, elk, r 437 Minna 
Barry David, stev, r 358 Michigan 
Barry David A, asst elk Board Super- 
visors r 437 Minna 
Barry David C, insp r 368 6th Ay 
Barry David J, plumber, r 368 ',„ 6 „ th „^ 
Barry David J, soapmkr, r 438 ban 

Jose Av 
Barry Dennis, r 301 Castro 
Barry Dennis W, patrol driver, r 146% 

Grattan , _ . . 

Barry Edward, elk Standard Hotel 
Barry Edward, fisherman, r 13 Cuvier 
Barry Edward, lab, r 1741 Noe 
Barry Edward, mach, r 2 1 3 Dorland 
Barry Edward, painter, r 437 Minna 
Barry Edward, stock and bond broker, 

417 Montgomery, r Oakland 
Barry Edward, teamster, r 3181 Mis- 
Barry Edward, tilesetter. r 464. 14th 
Barry Edward F, carrier Postofnce, r 

831 Shrader m „ 

Barry Edward I. student, r ( 19 Waller 

Barry Edward J. r 426 Haight 

Barry Edward J, lab, r Union Av nr 

Bronte _ „_ 

Barry Edward L, elk Canton Ins Office, 

Barry Edward P, bookbinding, 507 Clay, 

r 437 Minna 
Barry Edward S, asst cashier W F & 

Co Ex, r Berkeley „„ „ „ , 

Barrv E J, engr S P Co. r 2316 Folsom 
Barry Ellen, widow, r 2375 Sutter 
Barry Emmett, lab, r 1856 Alabama 
Barry Emmett, oiler, r 165S Fulton 
Barry Ernest, physician, 2510 Washing- 
ton, r 3561 Clay . 
Barry Ernest R, master mariner, Ferry- 
Barry Francis J. elk, r 301 Castro 
Barry Frank, mailer, r 72 Perry 
Barry Frank P, electn, r 368, 6th Av 
Barry Frank W, insp U S Customs, r 

1211% Guerrero 
Barry Frederick, claim agt Pac Coast bS 
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Barry Frederick M. chief elk Pac Coast 

SS Co, r Alameda 
Barry Garrett, serviceman, r 402 Sanchez 
Barry George, r 1658 Fulton 
Barry George, mailer Call, r a-i Hill 
Barry George F, policeman, r 1861 Fil- 
bert _ __ -r, n 

Barry George S, printer J H Barrj A: 

Co. r Berkeley 
Barry Gerald, helper Otis Elev Co, v-399< 

Barry Hannah, widow, r 719 Waller 

Barrv Helen, widow, r 13 Cuvier 

Barry James, boilermkr, r 364 California 

brklayer. r 118 Chatta- 



carp, r 287 California Av 
foreman, r 2801, 22d 
hostler, r 1823 McAllister 
janitor S P Co, r 442, 3d 

lab, r 2801, 22d 
lab, r 3181 Mission 

nach, r 273 Dorland 

elk Associated Oil Co, 



Barry James, 
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Barry James. 

Barry James, 

Barry James. 

Barry James, 

Barry James, 

Barry James, 

Barry James, 

Barrv James a. 
r'719 Waller 

Barrv James D, asst purchasing agt 
Airier Beet & Sugar Co, r Alameda 

Barrv James H, pres James H Barry 
Co, r 2057 Hayes 

BARRY JAMES H CO (Inc) James H 
Barry pres, William H Barry mgr. 
publishers and printers, 212-214 Leav- 
enworth „ _ . , 

Barry James J, carp, r 59 Prospect At, 
Barry James J, policeman, r HAS *n- 

Barry James M, elk, r 464 Scott 

Barry James W, express, 1602, loth av 

South, r 1600, 13th Av South 
Barry John, mailer, r 3181 Mission 
Barry John, packer, r 106 Webster 
Barry John, roofer, r 356 Michigan rear 
Barry John, shoemkr. r 7 Church Lane 
Barry John, stev, r 529 Birch Av 
Barry John, with Associated Press, r 

221, 27th 
Barry John D, dept mgr Schultz-Han- 

sen Co, r Berkeley _ 

Barry John D, drayman, 200 Railroad 

Av, r 1435, 7th Av South 
Barrv John F, bkkpr German- American 

iris Co. r 719 Waller 
Barry John J, calker. r 707 Douglass 
Barry John J, elk S P Co. r Oakland 
Barry John J, engr. r 559 Fell 
Barrv John L, lab, r 12 Elizabeth 
Barry John P, lab, r 464 Scott 
Barrv Joseph E, atty, 354 Pine 
Barrv Joseph E, lab. r 2523 Sacramento 
Barry Lawrence, r 120 Lexington Av 
Barrv Lawrence, stev, r 1065 Noe 
Barrv Lawrence Jr. liquors, 229 r Mis- 



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Barry Lizzie, widow, r 1358 O'Farrell 
Barry Margaret, widow, r 43 Alvarado 
Barry Margaret Miss, r 1254a Fell 
Barry Mc.rtha, widow, 2757 Folsom rear 
Barry Martin, insp Board of Health, r 

2110 Steiner 
Barry Mary, widow, r 464, 14th 
Barry Mary, widow, r 524 Jersey 
Barry Mary, widow, r 2316 Folsom 
Barrv Mary A, widow, r 618, 20th 
Barry Mary A, widow, r 3997, 18th 
Barry Mary C Miss, teacher Pub Schools, 

r Alameda 
Barry Mary E Miss, teacher Pub Schools, 

r Alameda 
Barrv May, elk r 654 Fell 
Barry Michael, r 1205 Sanchez 
Barry Michael, molder, r 35 Powell Av 
Barry Michael, policeman, 
Barry Michael, watchman, 
Barry Michael J, bartndr, 

prise 
Barry Newton H, with Edward Barry, 

r Oakland 
Barry Nicholas D, engr, r 149 Fairmount 
Barry Nicholas J, real estate, r 368, 6th Av 
Barry Nicholas N, lab, r 3011 Clay 
Barry Nicholas P, lab S P Co, r 2317 

Bryant 
Barry Nora, widow, r 2317 Bryant 
Barrv Owen M (Barry & Arata) r 354, 3d 

Av 
Barry P Mrs, widow, r 2623 Clement 
Barry Patrick, r 437 Minna 
Barry Patrick, lab, r 69 Rausch 
Barry Patrick, lab, r 346 Ivy Av 
Barry Patrick, stableman, r 133 Cook 
Barry Patrick, teamster, r 120 Lexing- 



435, 14th 
- 542 Joost 
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Barry Patrick J (Barry & Scully) r 927 

Valencia 
Barry Peter, plasterer, r 1221 Webster 
Barry Peter, ship carp, r 305 Clipper 
Barry Philip A, salesman Cudahy Pack- 
ing Co. r Berkeley 
Barry Philip M, elk O'Connor, Moffatt 

& Co, r 2317 Bryant 
Barry Richard, lumberman, r 274 Pre- 



F, elk B P Oliver 



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H, with Bray Bros, r 

J, lab, r 116 Girard 

J Jr. liquors, 618, 20th 

L. elk S P Co, r 274 



cita Av 

Barry Richard 
Elizabeth 

Barry Richard 
Berkeley 

Barry Richard 

Barry Richard 

Barry Richard 
Sanchez 

Barry Richard M, special policeman, r 
1017% Guerrero 

Barry Richard T, upholst, r 475 Ralston 

Barrv R M, professor St Ignatius Col- 
lege, r 1017% Guerrero 

Barry Robert V, mach, r 86 Sanchez 



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Barry Susie, widow, r 49 Portola 
Barry Thomas, r 1448 Valencia 
Barry Thomas, r 1815 Laguna 
Barry Thomas, butcher, r 1704 Waller 
Barry Thomas, lab, r 69 Rausch 
Barrv Thomas, mach, r 12 Enterprise 
Barry Thomas, metalwkr, r 363, 30th 
Barry Thomas F, atty, 943 Van Ness 

Av, r 1820 Hyde 
Barry Thomas F, elk, r 22 Liberty 
Barry Thomas F, mach. r 3641, 20th 
Barrv Thomas J, elk U S Customs, r 

1817 Lyon 
Barry William, r 3783, 17th 
Barry William, elk, r 1447 McAllister 
Barry William, lab. r 85a California Av 
Barry William, lab, r 2523 Sacramento 
Barry William, stev, r 150 Rose Av 
Barry William, teamster, r Union Av nr 

Bronte 
Barry William B, mech engr, r 1114 

Lake 
Barry William D, liquors. 1240 Bryant 
Barry William E, boilermkr, r 13 Cuvier 
Barry William E, elk Cal Notion and 

Toy Co, r 2S5 Duboce Av 
Barry William H, carrier Postofflce. r 

1109 Page 
Barry William H. sec James H Barry 

Co, r 2057 Hayes 
Barry William I, collr Western Meat 

Co, r 42 Henry 
Barry William J, teamster J W Barry, 

r 1600, 13th Av South 
Barry William P. mgr Barry Construc- 
tion Co, r 2928 Steiner 
Barry & Co, patents, 966 Market 
Barry & Arata (O Barry and D J Arata) 

butchers, 1011 Clement 
Barry & Scully (P J Barry and F P 

Scully) undertakers, 927 Valencia 
fiS'Barry. See Barrie and Berry 
Bars Fred, lumberman, r Arcade Hotel 
Barsel Elizabeth Mrs, r 753a Vallejo 
Barsi Alberto, elk, r 1100 Tennessee 
Barsi Amerigo, fruits. 1100 Tennessee 
Barskey John, driver, r 830% Douglass 
Barskey Joseph, driver, r 830% Doug- 

Barsocchini Arthur, butcher, r 313 Hayes 
Barsocchini Giuseppe (Barsocchini & 

Co) r 313 Hayes 
Barsocchini Romualdo, elk, r 623 Frsnt 
Barsocchini & Co (G Barsocchini and E 

Galli) dairy produce, 487 Hayes 
Barson Harry, propr Atlas Novelty Co, 

r 776 McAllister 
Barsotti Camillo, physician, 1054 Kear- 

.ny, r 2637 Hyde 
Barsotti Charles L, elk F M Avery, r 

San Anselmo 
Barsotti Frank, fruits, 2626. 21st 
Barsotti Frank A, tailor, 442 Broadway, 

r 921 Montgomery 
Barsotti Julian J, tinner J G Us & Co 
Barsotti Louis (Fanucchi & Barsotti & 

Co) r 1901 Stockton 
Barsotti Mariano (Taddeucci & Barsot- 
ti) r 1401 Powell 
Barsotti Peter, fruits, 2825, 23d 
Barstow Allen A. salesman Nordman 

Bros Co, 717 Market 
Barstow Carl H, vice-pres Foard-Bars- 

tow Ship Chandlery Co, r Alameda 
Barstow Frank, bartndr, r 499 Church 
Barstow Henry, salesman, r 215 Sanchez 
Barstow Jennie, widow, r 223 Church 
Barstow John, r 223 Church 
Barstow Joseph N, elk S P Co, r Ala- 
meda 
Barstow Louis, salesman r 223 Church 
Barstow Samuel W, teller Western Nat 

Bank, r Berkeley 
Barstow W A, chief electn U I Works 

Co, r Larkspur, Cal 
Barstow William, salesman, r 215 San- 
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Bart Anthony, carp, r 39% Lowei 

Bart Henry, waiter, r 41, 3d 

Barta Franciska, widow, r 1362, 49th Av 

Bartel A, cond V RR, r 18th Av and T 

Bartel Charles, glazier, r 125 Julian Av 

Bartel Herbert, elk, r 458, 14th 

Bartel James, r 458, 14th 

Bartel Max, porter, r 2110 Golden Gate Av 

Bartel Ralph J, bkkpr South S F Pkg 

and Prov Co, r 45 Grattan 
Bartell David, brklayer, r 1044% Ver- 
mont 
Bartell Frank, seaman, r 1028 Potrero Ay 
Bartell John G, brkmason, r 423 Gough 
Bartell William, engr, r 110 Felton 
Bartels Catharina, notions, r 791 Bay 
Bartels C H, elk Genl Mgr's Dept S P 

Co, r 1185 Filbert 
Bartels Charles R, elk S P Co, r 830 

Greenwich 
Bartels Conrad, carp, r 1185 Filbert 
Bartels Conrad Jr, elk. r 1185 Filbert 
Bartels C W, foreman Western Planing 

Mills, r Oakland 
Bartels Emma, widow, r 84 6 Filbert 
Bartels Frank, salesman, r 907 Steiner 
Bartels Frederick, millman, r 222, 7th 

Av 
Bartels George (Winkler & Bartels) r 

836 Filbert 
Bartels Henry, elk, r 1457 Broderick 
Bartels Henry, pressman, r 1504 Frank- 
lin 
Bartels Henry P M, carp, r 438 Lily Av 
Bartels Hermann, driver, r 4108, 25th 
Bartels Mill & Moulding Co, 147 Beach 
Bartels William, r 1920, 20th 
Bartelsen Bartel, r 1531 Castro 
Barten Henry, lab, r 9 Hardy PI 
Bartens Edward, carp, r 1917, 15th Av 

South 
Barter Arthur W, lather, r 2700b Mis- 
sion 
Barter J Hazelton, rec teller Renters 

Loan & Trust Ce, r 930 Ellis 
Barter Seymour, millhand, r 538 Chen- 

Barth Charles (Barth Cornice Wks) r 

121 Julian Av 
Barth Cornice Works, 121 Julian Av 
Barth Edwin A (Gill & Barth) r 1569 
Post „ „ 

Barth E M Mrs, widow, millinery, 1593 

Hayes, r 1677 Hayes 
Barth Emil, musician, 1600 Baker 
Barth Frederick, plumber, r 3701 Mis- 
sion 
Barth Henry, butcher, r 3701 Mission 
Barth Hermann, architect, 641 Mission, 

r 80, 6th Av 
Barth Isador, mach, r 681 Lombard 

BARTH J. & CO. 

(Jacob Barth and I. Kahn) brokers in 
local and eastern securities, 486 Cali- 
fornia, Kohl Bid? 

Barth Jacob (J Barth & Co) r 3521 Clay 

Barth James E, salesman, r 586 Eddy 

Barth Johanna, widow, r 3701 Mission 

Barth Johannes, seaman, r 3701 Mission 

Barth Peter, elk, r 3776, 24th 

Barth Robert H, teacher physical cul- 
ture Pub Schools, r 1580 Eddy 

Barth Robert J, foreman Am Can Co, 
r 44 Hancock 

BARTH RUDOLPH, watches, diamonds, 
jewelry, clocks, etc, 1821 Fillmore 
tel West 6078, r 310, 2d Av 

Barth Victor F, master mariner, r 36 
Bast 

Barth William H, metalwkr, r 169 Cres- 
cent Av 

Barthel Franklin K, teacher Pub Schools, 
r 1st Av and Frederick 

Barthel Otto, r 1736 Pierce 

Barthelemy A P, notions, 1707 Haight, 
r 610 Cole 



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BARTHELET ANTONI 

expert art repairer, no work too art 
istic, scientific or elaborate, 876 Ed 
dy, above Van Ness Av 

Barthels Arthur, electn, r 3116 Clay 

Barthels Fred, student, r 1920 Pine 

Barthels Gustav H O (Barthels & 
Gomez) r 1920 Pine 

Barthels Herbert (Barthels & Co) r 
1920 Pine 

Barthels Otto (Barthels & Co) r 1920 
Pine 

BARTHELS & CO (Otto and Herbert 
Barthels) mfg chemists. essential 
oils and vanilla beans, fine drugs and 
chemicals, 1920 Pine 

Barthels & Gomez (G H O Barthels and 
P Gomez) liquors, 636 Montgomery, 
and lodgings, 734 Montgomery 

Barthez August, mach, r 572 Church 

Barthez James, mach, r 572 Church 

Barthold Adolph, r 576 Noe 

Barthold Arthur, elk Anglo-Am C & G 
Co, r 1334 Buchanan 

Barthold A T (Barthold-Paulsen Co) 

Barthold B H, mgr Majestic Bottling 
Wks, r 445, 10th Av 

Barthold Edward B, brklayer, r 82 Fal- 
con Av 

Barthold Emil M, sec U S Faucet Co, 
r 2652, 21st 

BARTHOLD-PAULSEN CO. 

(A. T. Barthold and O. P. Paulsen) 
wholesale and retail crockery and 
glassware, 1330-1332 Polk near Pine, 
tel Franklin 776 

Barthold Robert M, genl sec Cal Can- 
neries, r Berkeley 
«3"Barthold. See Berthold 
Bartholdy Albert, barber and watchmkr, 

328 Cortland Av 
Bartholdy Otto, printer, r 328 Cortland Av 
Bartholme Bertha, widow, r 47 Pond 
Bartholomew Clarence A, master ma- 
riner, Ferry Bldg 
Bartholomew Frank, electn. r 1510 Ma- 
sonic Av 
Bartholomew Frank J. cond Pullman t o 
Bartholomew John, stableman, r 627 

Fulton 
Bartholomew John W. with Western 

Sugar Ref Co, r 87 Noe 
Bartlet E N, mgr Smith Premier Type- 
writer Co. r Burlingame 
Bartlett A, electn, r 709 San Jose Av 
Bartlett A A, teamster, r 135 Landers 
Bartlett Adelaide G Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 3419 Jackson 
Bartlett Albert, painter, r 265 Lisbon 
Bartlett Arthur G, eleotn. r 526 Devis- 



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Bartlett Charles H, engraver, r 3594 

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Bartlett Columbus, elk Postoffice, r -19 

BarU S e 1 tt U c y s, mtrman U BR, r Geneva 

Av and San Jose Av 
Bartlett Edwin, salesman, r 136 6th 
Bartlett Elizabeth Miss, prm Madison 

Prim School, r 3419 Jackson 
Bartlett Ellen M Miss supt Domestic 

Science Dept Pub Schools, r 219 Ash- 

Bartlett Eppa T, cond, r 1663 Scott 
Bartlett F, mach. r 1028 Potrero Av 
Bartlett Frank A (Bartlett & Requa) r , 

1290 Jackson 
Rartlett Frankie E, widow, r 55 Portola 
lart ett Frederick D, elk, r 402 Central Av 
Bartlett George C, bkkpr S F Savings 

Union, r Oakland 
Bartlett George H, mach, r 1597 Green- 
wich ,,,[ 
Bartlett Harry O F. cashier, l lil5 

BanfeT'H D, helper U S Mint, r Hotel 

Niles 
Bartlett Isabella, widow r 30 Silver 
Bartlett J A, elk Studebaker Bros Co, 

BarUeU r jam y es H, r 104 Wcon Av 
Bartlett John M, carp, r 219 Ashbun 
Bartlett John M. sec Cal Properties Ltd, 

1700 Claus Spreckels Bldg 
Bartlett John W, contracting engr, Mon- 

adnock Bldg. r 319, H 
Bartlett Katherine N, widow, r 105 Ar- 

Bartle«°Louis, atty, Claus Spreckels 

Bartlett Lucy Mrs, r 2023 Fillmore 
Bartlett Olive S Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 3419 Jackson 
Bartlett Robert B. usher Mayors office, 

r 3419 Jackson 
Bartlett Samuel P, carp, r 217, 14th 
BARTLETT SPRINGS CO, 701, 4th cor 

Bartlett U Grant, dentist, 2103 Fillmore 
Bartlett Walter B, vocal teacher, r 363 

Bartlett Walter J R, stonewkr, r 2603 

Bartlett W H C. druggist, r 2048 Polk 
Bartlett W J R, engraver Britton & 

Rey, r 6a Wetmore PI 
Bartlett & Requa (F A Bartlett and A 

A Requa) liquors, 1273 Eddy 
Bartley A P, salesman James Graham 

Mfg Co, r Berkeley 
Bartley August, mach Frank O Ren- 

strom Co, r 572 Church 
Bartley George, r 4148, 25th 
Bartley George, mach, r 1614 Castro 



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Bartley Harvey, teamster, 
Av, r 3672, 19th 

Bartley John, engr, r 4148, 25th 

Bartley Samuel P, salesman J A Folger 
& Co, r Berkeley + 

Bartley Wesley R (Bartley & McFai- 
land) „, ■' _ 

BARTLEY & McFARLAND (W R Bart- 
ley and J McFarland) real estate, ll 

Bartling Alma E Miss', elk Postoffice, 

r 1995 Post 
Bartling William, elk, r 2410 Harrison 
Bartlow Frank, lab, r 40 Wheat 
Bartman Anthony, carp, r 717 -Bay 
Bartman Arthur F, mach. r 2959a 24th 
Bartman F, mach, r 361, 24th Av 
Bartman Ferdinand A, Uthogr, r 2133 

Golden Gate Av 
Bartness L C, port engr Charles Nel- 
son Co _ . 
Barto Harrison, mgr Bay Cities Agency 
Pacific Mutual Life Ins Co, Mer- 
chants Exchange, r 4052, 17th 
Barto Thomas, lab Risdon Iron Wks, r 

321 22(1 
Bartol' C, sugarwkr, r 1514, 25th 
Bartole Olinfb, elk Vannucchi Bros, r 

1961 Buchanan 
Bartoli Joseph, lab, r I South nr 30th 

Bartolini Antonio, lab, r Bacon nr Cam- 

Bartolini Carlo, painter, r 126 Vande- 

water 
Bartolino Leopoldo, cementwkr, r 1 1 

Wood 
Bartolomes Peter, bartndr R Buletti, r 

319 Broadway «■*.,_, 

Bartolozi Tony, mach opr, r 24 ^ Gfaiy 
Barton Albert, bartndr. r 1942 Buchanan 
Barton Aldrich, sec Barton Packing & 

Rubber Co, r Oakland 
Barton Ben, elk genl supt motive power 

S P Co, r 1259 Octavia 
Barton Charles, r 978 Valencia 
Barton Clara Hospital. See Clara Bar- 
ton Hospital 
BARTON CLARA PHARMACY, Earl L 
Crura mgr, prescription pharmacists, 
purest drugs and finest chemicals, 
1360 Post, tel Franklin 731 
Barton Edward, lab, r 922 Michigan 
Barton Edward J, supt Station B Post- 
office, r 126, 7th Av ..»_,»„, 
Barton Elizabeth Miss, r 1132 Kentucky 
Barton Eugene, bartndr, r 1155 Octavia 
Barton F L, elk W F & Co Ex, r Ber- 

Barton^rancis, elk, r 391 Leavenworth 
Barton Frederick T, boxmkr, r 139 Du- 

boce Av 
Barton George, mining, r 445 Octavia 
Barton G H, brkmn S P Co, i ■ 456, 3d 
Barton Helen Miss, cashier, r 1112 Eddy 
Barton James, r 207 Duncan 
Barton Jesse C, mgr Berger Mfg Co, 

r 294 Collingwood ._._., . 

Barton John Q. watchman, r 650 Silver Av 
Barton John S, lab, r 1664 Haight 
Barton Joseph W, carp, r 1916 Franklin 
BARTON LARRY P, insp Hiberma Sav- 
ings & Loan Soc, r San Mateo 
Barton Lester, glazier, r 1233 Ellis 
I Barton Louisa, widow, r 239 Fillmore 
Barton Montague, teacher dancing, r 144 
Steiner 

1 BARTON PACKING & RUBBER 

CO, W. T. Barton pres, A. Barton sec, 
formerly Barton Squires Byrne (Inc) 
hose packing, leather, rubber and 
canvas belting, 531-533 Howard 

Barton Richard D, musician, r 144 

Bar"ton in Robert G, elk Q M Dept USA, 
r 2814 Laguna 



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Barton Samuel, lab Cal Pure Water Co 

Barton Samuel, salesman, r 79 Santa Ma- 
rina 

Barton Thomas, r 2413 California 

Barton Thomas, painter, r 1886 Green- 
wich „ 

Barton Thomas, teamster, r 1 16 Florida 

Barton Timothy, elk W F & Co Ex, r 
Berkeley -.,,.„ 

Barton W W, sec Union Pac Salt Co, 
r 122, 19th Av 

BABTON WILLABD T, pres Barton 
Packing & Rubber Co, r Oakland 

Barton Willard T Jr, with Barton Pack- 
ing & Rubber Co, r Oakland 

Barton William, liquors, 601 Montgom- 

Barton William, painter, r 30 Moore 
Barton William F, pres Union Pac Salt 

Co, r Alameda 
Barton William K. lather, r 2545 Polk 
Barton Winderess, metalwkr, r 2460 

Lake 
^Barton. See Burton 
Bartoni Clarence A, elk H D Chase, r 

Oakland , . 

Bartoni Giuseppe B, lab, r 409 Vallejo 
Bartosh Frank A, tailor, r 876, 14th 
Bartow Joseph S, printer. 88. 1st 
Bartow Julius D (Bartow & Sears) r 

1234, 4th Av 
Bartow Thomas H, collr Pac Tel & Tel 

Co, r 101 Glen Av 
Bartow & Sears (J D Bartow and H V 

Sears) lumber. 1S43 Mission 
Bartram Henry A, asst foreman, r 4712, 

Barts Frederick, millwright, r 2407 Mis- 
si 00 " »„ „ j. 
Bartsch August, bartndr, r 39 Farren Av 
Bartseh Edwin, mgr Kirkwood Rubber 

Co, r 211 Elm Av 
Bartsch Gustav, bartndr, r 1215 Scott 
Bartsch H. waiter, r 907 Eddy 
Bartsch William F, groceries, 1457 Wal- 
ler 
Bartschat Adolph. cellarman B Arnholdt 

Co, r 9 Lafayette 
Barttrum William T, carp, r 1262, 18th 

Av 
Bartz John, molder, r IS Mizpalr Av 
Bartz Leopold, butcher, r 3061, 23d 
a^TBartz. See Baartz 
Baruch Albert (Baruch & Co) Merchants 

Exchange Bldg 
Baruch Benjamin (Baruch & Co) Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg 
Baruch Frederick (Baruch & Co) r 2230 

Washington 
Baruch & Co (Frederick, Albert and 
Benjamin Baruch) com mchts, Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg 
Baruh Joseph (Baruh & Blodes) r 1114a 

Buchanan 
Baruh Marcus M, drayage, r 1812 Broad- 
way 
Baruh Mose, compositor, r 2S Adam 
Baruh & Blodes (J Baruh and G Blodes) 

liquors, 1044 Golden Gate Av 
Barulich Martin (Barulich & Josich) r 

210 Brannan 
Barulich Matthew, r 436a 1st 
Barulich M B, stev, 300 Steuart 
Barulich Michael, stev, r 436a 1st 
Barulich & Josich (M Barulich and C 

Josich) restaurant, 210 Brannan 
Baruth Henry, r 1026a Shotwell 
Baruth Max, bkkpr J S Lehrberger & 

Co, 1615 Post 
Baruth William, r 765, 6th Av 
Barwick Samuel S, blksmith, r 413% 

Octavia 
Barz Albert W, mgr Usona Mfg Co, r 

Alameda 
Barz Leopold, butcher, r 3061, 23d 
Barzhini Giuseppe, mgr II Trovatore 
Hotel, 1105 Kearny ___ 



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Bas Prosper, propr Hotel De Pau, r 

1572, 9th Av South 
Basaglia Peter, lab, r 1929 Stockton 
Basch Auction Co, 1549 Bush and 1221 

Sutter „,^ 

Basch Charles S, tailor, Pacific Bldg, 

r 3123 Mission 
Basch Electric Co. 1349 Bush 
Basch James, woolen goods, 1560 Webs- 
ter 
Basch Joseph, mgr Basch Auction Co, 

r 3495 Sacramento 
Basch Louis J, mgr Basch Electric Co, 

r 1463 Steiner 
Basch Marcel, tanner Legallet-Hellwig 

Tanning Co 
Basch Philip, tailor, r 626 Laguna 
Basch Samuel, pres Basch Auction Co, 

r 1463 Steiner 
£^"Basch. See Bash 
Bascomb Arthur L. with Board of Fire 

Underwriters of the Pac, r 663 Fill- 
more 
Bascou Eugene, cellarman F Chevalier 

Co, r Oakland 
Bascou Lucian, bakery. 412 Church 
Basenach Louis, driver, r 1747 Fulton 
BASrOBD HAROLD B, Ruud Water 

Heaters, 229 O'Farrell, r 1006 Pine 
gyBasford. See Bassford 
Bash John, master mariner. Ferry Bldg 
jHTBash. See Basch 

Basham John E, plumber, r 2640 Scott 
Basham Luther J, elk Pac Tel & Tel Co, 

r 140 Laidley 
Basham R M, bkkpr Norton, Teller & 

Co. r Berkeley 
Bashford Charles J, car dispatcher U 

RR, r 323, 20th Av 
Bashford S H. live stock agt A T & 

5 F Ry, 673 Market 

Basile Bros (John and Joseph) fruits, 

2782 24th 
Basile Domonic, polisher, r 407 Vallejo 
Basile Elmire (Cal Cornucopia Co) r 

1024% McAllister 
Basile Gitano Tanino, barber, 3112, 24th, 

r 2786, 24th 
Basile John (Basile Bros) r 2782. 24th 
Basile Joseph (Basile Bros) r 2782,24th 
Basile & Terwilliger (Elmire Basile and 

Robert Terwilliger) proprs Cal Cor- 
nucopia Co, 415 Grove 
Basilea & Calandra, office 611 Front 
Basini Alberto, carp, r 3032 Franklin 
Basino Frank, bootblack, r 24 Lafayette 

PI 
Basker Max. salesman Goodman's Shoe 

Store, r 526, 8th Av 
Basker Solomon, agt Met Life Ins Co, 

r 845 Hayes 
Baskette Walter L. bkkpr W P Fuller 

6 Co, r 1250 California 



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Baslev John W, mach, r 471 Raymond Av 
Basley William, fireman, r 318, 21st Av 
Basmaison Peter, carp, r 1234 Diamond 
Basney Virgil F, mach, r 3663, 18th 
Basquez Elotia, widow, r 927 Jackson 
Bas(|uez E S, cook, r 3 "Winfleld Av 
Rasquez Michael, lab, r 208 Union 
Basquis Pefanio, teamster, r 215 Felton 
Bass Cecil W, mach, r 103, B 
Bass Charles J, elk Cal Transportation 

Co, r 2246, 15th 
Bass Edith Miss, r 91 Central Av 
Bass Frederick B, physician, r 2060 

Green 
Bass Frederick E Jr, elk J H Voorsanger 

Co, r 2060 Green 
Bass Henry, lab, r 137 Welsh 
BASS-HUETER, PAINT CO (Inc) Ernest 
Li Hueter pres, office 818 Mission, 
tel Private Exchange, Douglas 1328, 
factory 23d and Kansas 
Bass John H, carbldr S P Co, r 114 

Welsh 
Bass Thomas J, elk, r 526, 5th Av 
Bass William G, elk Pae Tel & Tel Co, 

r Oakland 
Bassarino Antoinetta, widow, r 20 Rus- 
sell ,. „ 
Basse Emil, cashier Indianapolis Fur- 
niture Co, r 10 Ford 
Bassett A, helper II S Mint, r Fruitvale 
Bassett A C, mgr Doma Prieta Lumber 

Co, r Menlo Park 
Bassett Charles, r 336, 2d Av 
Bassett D, r 19 Beaver 
Bassett Frederick J, watchmkr Sorensen 

Co, 715 Market 
Bassett Harvey F, asst sec Loraa Prieta 

Lumber Co, r 2762- Union 
Bassett Henry, elk, r 20 Sanchez 
Bassett Henry W, elk, r 168 Duboce Av 
Bassett James C, contr, 4120, 18th, r 

3482, 17th 
Bassett James H, sheet metal wkr, r 

3469, 19th 
Bassett John G, salesman, r 489, 2d Av 
Bassett Linn A, millhand S P Co, r 

725 Wisconsin , 

Bassett M, mach Risdon Iron Wks, r 

40 Pond 
Bassett M Mrs, r 1419 Scott 
Bassett Mollie, widow, r 1809 Ocean Av 
Bassett Samuel, ironwkr, r 330 Flood Av 
Bassett Stephen D, carp, r 330 Flood Av 
Bassett Walter E, elk Sherwood & Sher- 
wood, r 1044 Ellis 
Bassett Walter S, vice-pres and mgr 

Mission Mill Co, r 37 Dorland 
Bassett William H, mgr Lumber Sur- 
veyors' Assn, r Oakland 
Bassford Ida D Miss, nurse, r 1966 Val- 

lejo 
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Bassi Enrico, elk A Merle & Co, 

Filbert 
Bassi Louis, r 30 Sycamore Av 
Bassi Paul, carp, r 822 Haight 
Bassick W R, Pae Coast mgr The Bu- 

cyrus Co, r Oakland 
Bassillio J F, stev, r 1322 Montgomery 
Bassillio Joseph, mach, r 216 Union 
Bassillio William, boxmkr, r 216 Union 
Bassity C J Mrs, r 1434 Post 
Bassity Cornelius, bartndr, r oO Dear- 
born PI _,.,, 
Bassity Jerome A, liquors, 1644 Fill- 
more, r 1878 O'Farrell 
Basso Antone (Basso & Bacchi) 
Basso Emile. dairy, 659 Francisco 
Basso Frank, carp, r SE cor Mission and 

Excelsior Av 
Basso John, carp, r 305 Edinburgh 
Basso Louis, driver, r 657 Francisco 
Basso Salvadore (Basso & Co) r 3334 

Mission 
Basso Sirilo, lab, r 61 Boardman PI 
BASSO 8c BACCHI (Antone Basso and 
R Bacchi) real estate, 420 Montgom- 
ery Av 
Basso & Co (S Basso, I Traversero and 
G Garibaldi) liquors, r 3334 Mission 
Basson Frank, groceries, r 825 Vallejo 
Bassor Peter, caterer, r 1722 Waller 
Bast Peter J, brklayer, r 2064 Union 
Bastain Edward J, teamster, r 1630a 

McAllister 
Bastano F, lab, r 1526, 19th Av 
Bastein John, gardener, r 220 Shotwell 
Bastein John H, with Dunham, Carri- 

gan & Hayden Co, r 220 Shotwell 
Bastheim Edmund J, salesman Alphonse 

Judis Co „„„ „ 

Bastheim Jennie, widow, r 1809 Broad- 
way , , 
Bastheim Robert J, salesman Alphonse 

Judis Co, r 1809 Broadway 
Bastian Ernest E, fireman, r 637 Webs- 
ter 
Bastian James H. watchman, r 792 Lyon 
Bastian James H Jr, elk Neustadter 

Bros, r 792 Lyon 
Bastian John, lab, r 2807 San Jose Av 
Bastian William, r 936 Bryant 
Bastine George, liquors, 938 Bryant 
Bastine William, bartndr, r 938 Bryant 
Basting Henry, mach, r 1231 Vermont 
Baston Joseph W, painter, r 606 Ten- 

Baston Sarah J, widow, r 1731 Scott 
Baston Thornton, lab, r 606 Tennessee- 
Bastrup Henry, elk Pae Imp Co, r 737, 

6th Av 
Basz H, cabtmkr, r 543 Brannan 
Batagils Joseph, lab S P Co, r 60 Fol- 

Batagio Joseph, lab S P Co, r 2007, 16thi 
Bataglia Rafaelo, lab, r 1052 Montgom- 

Batalia Joseph, peddler, r 48 Winfleld Av 
Batarllo John, lab, r 924 Bowdom 
Batavia Laura, widow, r 569 Birch Ay 
Batcha Martin (Batcha & Battinich) 

3256, 22d 
Batcha & Battinich (M Batcha and J 

Battinich) restaurant, 3256, 22d 
Batchan John S, elk Canadian Bank of 

Commerce, r 2515 Octavia 
Batchelder Augustus H, cashier Hen- 

shaw. Bulkley & Co, r Oakland 
Batchelder Charles H, master mariner, 

Ferry Bldg 
Batchelder Frank H. ironwkr, r 1345 

Eddy 
BATCHELDER GEORGE A, vice-pres 

E H Rollins & Sons, r Menlo Park 
Batchelder George H, carp, r lllo 

Church 
Batchelder Henry L, mgr Keeley Insti- 
tute Sanitarium, and pres Dingo- 

Realty Co, r 378, 8th Av 



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Batchelder Nathan P, shipping, r 150 

Central Av 
Batchelder Willard J, teacher singing, 

1350 Franklin, r Oakland 
Batchelder William H, master mariner, 

r 120 Carl 
«S*Batchelder. See Bachelder 
Batchelor E C, hardware, r 1661 Octavia 
Batchelor Frank J, with Dunham, Car- 

rigan & Hayden Co, r Oakland 
Batchelor George H, painter, 2102 Post 
Batchelor Lorenzo D, supt stables Mc- 

Nab & Smith, r 7th and Brannan 
Batchelor Robert R, elk Baker & Hamil- 
ton, r 2102 Post 
Batcher John H (Schau-Batcher Co) r 

1124 Page 
Batchia Anton, solr, r 1847 McAllister 
Bateman A J F, vet surgeon, 633% Oak 
Bateman Ann, widow, r 3013 Laguna 
Bateman Charles B, contr, r 1362, 47th 

Av 
Bateman Frank, bldr, r 5 Lapidge 
Bateman I C, vice-pres and mgr Fred B 

Haight & Co, r Alameda 
Bateman John, carp, r 10 Day 
Bateman John C, bldr, Monadnock Bldg, 

r 2305 Bush 
Bateman N H, cabtmkr, r 1685 Oak 
Bateman Sophie E, r 3013 Laguna 

BATEMAN WILLIAM 

contractor, banks, offices, stores and 
dwelling's fitted up, 1913-1919 Bryant, 
tel Market 2457, r 2215 Howard 

Bateman William, teamster, r 456, 3d 
Bateman William Jr, millhand, r 515 

Florida 
Bates A, stenogr Stewart Fruit Co, r 

890 Eddy 
Bates Albert A, candies, 427 Clement 
Bates Blanche Miss, nurse, r 61 Carme- 

lita 
Bates Caroline Miss, r 25 07 Pine 
Bates Charles D, messgr W F & Co Ex, 

r Oakland 
Bates Charles H, policeman, r 2132 

Bryant 
BATES DUDLEY C, sec W E Dean. 516 

Kohl Bldg, r San Rafael 
Bates E C, bkkpr Lachman & Jacobi, r 

Oakland 
BATES EUGENE J, vice-pres and genl 
mgr Hulse-Bradford Co, 986-990 Mis- 
sion, r 2705 Buchanan 
Bates Eusebia R, widow, boarding, 1801 

California 
Bates Frank D, r 2990 Clay 
Bates Frank L, engr S P Co, r 2432 

Howard 
Bates Fred C, cigars, 1 Gough. 2255 and 
2301 Mission and 1696 Market, r 118 
Duboce Av 
Bates Frederick D, salesman, r 1030 

14th 
BATES GEORGE E, atty-at-law, 318 

Kearny, r 2767 Clay 
Bates George K, salesman Hulse-Brad- 
ford Co, r 2705 Buchanan 
Bates George W, auditor Sherman, Clay 

& Co, r San Rafael 
Bates Henry S (Bates & Chesebrough) 

r 3356 Jackson 
Bates Herbert D, engr, r 2432 Howard 
BATES H L A, genl agt Shawnee Fire 

Ins Co, 240 Sansome, r Alameda 
Bates Howard R, electn U RR, r 1253 

Vermont 
BATES J C, atty-at-law, 1130 Market, 

r Alameda 
Bates John T, policeman, r 1069 Fell 
Bates Lee P, groceries, 207 Lakeview Av 
Bates L M, elk, r 898 Eddy 
Bates Mamie Mrs, millinery. 1362 Post 
Bates Marmaduke, bkkpr, r 720 Shrader 
Bates Mary, widow, r 2132 Bryant 
Bates V G, marine engr, 45 Steuart 



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Bates w alter A, elk S P Co, r 2217 

Howard 
Bates Walter D, bkkpr Piper-Aden Good- 
all Co, r San Rafael 

Bates William, steward North Shore 
Commissary, r Sausalito 

Bates William C, salesman Cal Fruit 
Canners' Assn, r Fruitvale 

Bates William S, solr patents, 536 Ful- 
ton 

BATES & CHESEBROUGH (H S Bates 
and A S Chesebrough) shipping and 
commission, 614 Merchants' Ex- 
change Bldg 

Bateson Thomas, carp, r 60 Boyce 

Bath Edwin G (Bath & French) r 910a 
Devisadero 

Bath Samuel M, painter, r 475 Sanchez 

Bath & French (E G Bath and F C 
French) ins, Shreve Bldg 

Batham Harry J, fireman USA Genl 
Hospital 

Bathey George W, propr Bay Sheet Me- 
tal Wks, r 427 Guerrero 

Bathgate John, plasterer, r 1131 Laguna 

Bathman John, baker, r 4572, 18th 

Bathory Joseph, cabtmkr, r 426 Day 

Batiloro Clement, peddler, r 1453 Valen- 
cia 

Batinich George I. restaurant, 2002 Fill- 
more, r 720, 1st Av 

Batinich John (Batchia & Batinich) r 
720, 1st Av 

Batistoni Louis, cook, r 209 Arleta Av 

Batkin Alfred A, mgr Byron Mauzy, r 
455 Frederick 

Batkin Leonard S, salesman S N Wood 
& Co, r 163 Carl 

Batkin Norton T. electn Pac Tel & Tel 
Co, r 4077, 17th 

*5"Batkin. See Botkin 

Batley Frank S, elk S P Co, r 253, 3d 

Batmale Allec (Batmale & Lacoste) r 
1305 Powell 

Batmale Jean P, mgr G Baptiste, r 860b 
Vallejo 

Batmale & Lacoste (A Batmale and P 
Lacoste) liquors, 1301 Powell 

Batsere John, bottler, r 6% Byington Av 

Batsere Matilda, widow, r 6% Byington 
Av 

Batsford Cramer, salesman Wellman 
Peck & Co, r Fruitvale 

Batsford Deuel A, collr Wellman Peck 
& Co, r Berkeley 

Batsford Jessie P, widow, r 3372, 16th 

Batt Henry, carp, r 320 Chestnut 

Batt Jacob, r 2875 Clay 

Batt Milton M, r 2875 Clay 

Batt Saul C, butcher, r 1609 Laguna 

Battaglia Antonio, wines, r 244 Ander- 
son 

Battaini Louis (William Varni & Co) r 
32 Huron Av 



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Battalora Felix, elk Postofflce, r 1116 

Batteate George, mtrman U RE, r 1057 

Treat Av 
Battee Albert J, bkkpr Pac Gas & Elec 

Co, r Berkeley 
Battee George, buyer, r 37 Parkside Ay 
Battelle Elinor Mrs, boarding, lo05 

O'Farrell _ , 

Battelle Frances Miss, r 435 Buchanan 
Battelle Harry T, bkkpr Baker & Ha- 
milton, r Oakland 
Battelle Richard, bkkpr, r 275, 7th Av 
Battelle Sherman, electn, r 2146 Larkm 
Batten Charles A, elk S P Co. r 823. 14th 
Batten Edward S (T H Bradbury & Co) 

r 116 Cherry 
Batten Ernest, mach, r 1425 Kansas 
Batten S, millhand Searle & Hayman, 

r 680 Capp 
Batten Samuel H, elk Sterling Electric 

Co, r 116 Cherry 
Batten William, millhand Searle & Hay- 
man, r 680 Capp 
Batterman Charles, stage mech, r 879 

Fulton 
Battersby Richard, barber, r 150, 9th 
Battersbv William, mtrman U RR, r 

1103 Page 
Batterton James, teamster, r 572 Ivy Av 
Batterton James P, plasterer, r 572 Ivy 

Av 
Batterton John E, horseshoer, r 572 Ivy 

Av 
Batterton William H, r 572 Ivy Av 
Batterton William H Jr, butcher, r 

Ivy Av 
Battery ino 1, S F F D, 1423 Pine 
Battery No 2. S F F D, 38 Bluxome 
Battery Realty Co, 312 California 
Battery Street Warehouse (The Haslett 

Warehouse Co) NW cor Battery and 

Filbert 
Battes Frank, carp, r 46 Winfleld Av 
Battin S S Jr, mgr Krementz & Co, r 

San Mateo 
Battinich John (Batcha & Battinich) 

3256, 22d 
Battison Robert, carp, r 812 Stanyan 
Battista Paulina Mrs, r 311 Green 
Battista Peirano, r 1260 Stanyan 
Battistessa Joseph, restaurant, 535 

Washington, r 1868 Greenwich 
Battistini Domanic, elk P J Weniger & 

Co, r 409 y 2 Vallejo 
Battistini Frank, fruits. 4103 California, 

r 119, 3d Av 
Battistini Joseph, lab, r 409a Vallejo 
Battle Creek Power Co, 350 Post 
Battle Elizabeth M, widow, r 3511 Jack- 
son 
Battle Michael, Ry Postal elk, r 705 La- 



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Battle Richard, bkkpr S F Laundry, r 
275, 7th , _, 

Battles Edward S, with Union Fuel Co, 
r 640 Clayton 

Battles Ward, leather, Mission St wharf, 
- Alameda 

elk, r 1602, 10th Av 



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Battye Charles 

South 
Batz Charles I 
Bauch Peter G 

Bauchet Jose, elk Chronicle, r 1012 Oak 
Bauchou Jean, florist, r 3474 Sacramento 
Bauchou John A, brewer, r 2529 Green- 

Bauchou Mary, dressmkr, r 3472»/ 2 Sac- 
ramento 

Bauchou Peter, gardener 

Bauchou Peter, plumber, 
mento 

Baucom John, r 3229, 21st 

Baudeau Louis, cooper, r 932 Pacific 

Baudendistel Frank L, butcher, r 53 
White „„„ „ 

Baudoin Caroline M, widow, r 230 Par- 
nassus Av 

Baudoin Ernest, stenogr Pac Hardware 
& Steel Co, r 826 Turk 

Baudoin Louis N, salesman, r 230 Par- 
nassus Av 

Baudoin William G, salesman Langley 
& Michaels Co, r 2186, 15th 

Baudry Frank, tailor, r 1433 Steiner 

Its-Baudry. See Beaudry _ 

Bauer Ada Mrs, actress, r i29 Corbett Av 

Bauer Adolph, elk Pac Lumber Co, r 
Oakland . . „ . „ 

Bauer Adolph C (Bauer & Fox) r 1249 

9th Av „„ , 

Bauer Anton (J F Shomer & Co) r 929 M: 

Shotwell 
Bauer Arthur, elk, r 855 Hayes 
Bauer Barbara, widow, r 2709 Buchanan 
Bauer Beatrice, widow, r 2464 Green- 
wich . . 
Bauer Benenar, widow, r 323 Edinburgh 
Bauer Benjamin (.Bauer Mfg Co) r 1517 

Ellis ,„ _ 

Bauer Benjamin Jr, elk Bauer Mfg Co, 

r 1517 Ellis 
Bauer Bros & Co (M and S Bauer and 

S Katten) laces, 49-55 Sansome 
Bauer Caroline, widow, r 1722 Buchanan 
Bauer Charles, r 17 Mizpah Av 
Bauer Charles, baker, r 625 Clay 
Bauer Charles A, elk W F & Co Ex, r 

17 Mizpah Av 
Bauer Charles F, dentist. 101 Post 
Bauer Chris J, director Bauer, Schweit- 
zer Hop & Malt Co, r 1722 Buchanan 
Bauer Christian, brewer, r 61 Hardy 
Bauer Christian, liquors, 2468 Green- 
wich _ _ 
Bauer Christina, nurse, r 3015 Buchanan 
Bauer Edna R Mrs, r 2735 Green 
Bauer Edward, cashier Fleischman Co, 

r 928 Pierce 
Bauer "Ernest, baker, r 1316 Florida 
Bauer F H, messgr, r 310 Vicksburg 
BAUER FIXTURE CO, W J Bauer mgr, 

gas and electric fixtures, 126 Jones 
Bauer Frances widow, r 1461, 26th 
Bauer Francis J, salesman San Fran- 
cisco News Co, r 1320 Larkin 
Bauer Frank, bartndr, r 214 Ashbury 
Bauer Frank, carp, r 3461. 26th 
Bauer Fred (Muller & Bauer) r ,46 

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Bauer Frederick, carp, r 310 \ lcksburg 
Bauer Fritz, r 531, 1st Av 
Bauer Fritz P, millhand, r 904 Potrero Av 
Bauer George, barber, 510 Church, r 136 

Burrows 
Bauer George, eellarman Schlesinger & 

Bender, r 800 Hayes 
Bauer George C, vice-pres Brode & 
Clark Iron Wks, r 947 Minnesota 



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Bauer George K, sec Bauer Lamp Re- 
flector & Electric Sign Co, r Elmhurst 

Bauer George W, vice-pres Bauer- 
Schweitzer Hop & Malt Co, r 1722 Bu- 
chanan 

Bauer Gustave, electn, r 434, 2a Av 

Bauer Hamilton A, atty, 422 Montgome- 
ry, r 1595 Clay - 

Bauer Hans, carriage painter, r 22 La- 

Bauer^Helen widow, r 1217 San Bruno 

Av 
Bauer Henry, lab, r 28 Bowdoin 
Bauer Henry, liquors, 4298 Mission 
Bauer Henry, salesman, r S7 Elgin Park 
Bauer Henry, seaman, r 3S3 London 
Bauer Herman, brewer, r 61 Hardy 
Bauer Herman, shoes, 1326 Stockton, r 

1378 Scott 
Bauer Hyman, r 1317 Scott 
Bauer Ivy M Miss, r 1595 Clay 
Bauer Jacob, lab, r 829 York 
Bauer Jacob, painter, r 851 Buchanan 
Bauer Jennie widow, r 754 Golden Gate 

Av 
Bauer Jette Mrs, notions, r 1007 De 

Bauer John (Bauer & Giesecke) r 4332, 

17th . . „ T _ „ 

Bauer John, butcher Rathjens & Kupfer. 

r 1598 Treat Av 
Bauer John, cooper r 136 Burrows 
Bauer John, carp, r 434, 2d Av 
Bauer Joseph, r 2560 Mission 
BAUER JOSEPH, liquors, 19 East cor 

Commercial, r 64 Portola 
Bauer Joseph, mach, r 1836 Union 
Bauer Julius, mach, r 1416, 17th Av 

South 
BAUEB LAMP REFLECTOR & ELEC- 
TRIC SIGN CO, mfrs lamps, lanterns, 
reflectors, electric signs, automobile 
lamps, radiators and fenders re- 
paired, 52S Gough, tel Market 751 
Bauer Lawrence ( Bauer & Sachau) r 

871 Oak 
Bauer Leonard, cabtmkr. r 904 Potrero 

Av 
Bauer L George, mach, r 4114, 17th 
Bauer Louis, foreman Buffalo Brewing 

Co, r 665 Harrison 
Bauer Louis, lather, r 826 Buchanan 
Bauer Louis A, contr, r 2350 Clement 
Bauer Louisa, widow, r 543 Elizabeth 
Bauer Manufacturing Co The, barbers' 

supplies, 1554 Ellis 
Bauer Moses (Bauer Bros & Co), r 

Paris, France 
Bauer Otto F, shoemkr, 4106, 24th 
Bauer Otto F, vice-pres Bauer Lamp 
Reflector & Electric Sign Co, r 806 
Hayes 
Bauer Samuel (Bauer Bros & Co), r 

1866 Vallejo 
BAUER-SCHWEITZER HOP & MALT 
CO, Joseph Schweitzer pres, George 
W Bauer vice-pres, Wm F Schweitzer 
sec, hops and brewers' materials, 660- 
662 Sacramento 
Bauer Sigmund, r 2735 Green 
Bauer Simon, cooperage, 833 Florida 
Bauer Theresa Mrs, pres Bauer Lamp 
Reflector & Electric Sign Co, r 806 
Hayes 
Bauer Walter J, mgr Bauer Fixture Co, 

126 Jones, r 210 Broderick 
Bauer William C. elk, r 1150 O'Farrell 
Bauer William H, director Bauer Lamp 
Reflector & Electric Sign Co, r 806 
Hayes 
Bauer & Fox (A C Bauer and A W Fox), 

groceries, 1250, 9th Av 
Bauer & Giesecke (J Bauer and 

secke) butchers. 4525. 18th 
BAUER & SACHAU (L Bauer 
Sachau) proprs Faust Hall 
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Bauerlin Fritz, brewer Wunder Brew- 

Bauermeister Ernest, liquors, 1300 De- 
visadero, r 1020 Pierce ..„„,. 

Bauers George B, woodturner, r 1022b 
Shotwell , 

Baugh Charles F, cond S P Co, r 362 
Bartlett 

Baugh Ralph, carp, r 811 Castro 

Baughman Charles P, mfrs agt, 1140 
Post, r 115 Belvedere 

Baughman Clarence O, with G H Lmb- 
sen & Co, r Oakland .«,,-,, 

Baughman John M, student, r 115 Bel- 
vedere , , „,. 

Baughman Noble H, whol paints, 21b 
Spear, r Oakland 

Bauix Henri, laundry, 628 Clement 

Bauix Victor, laundryman, r 3472 Sac- 
ramento 

Baules Adrian, r 1214 Laguna 

Baules Mary widow, r 848 Octavia. 

Baum Abraham B, printer, r 1915 Paci- 
fic Av 

BAUM ALEXANDER R, atty-at-law, 
Monadnock Bldg, tel Douglas 2339, r 
Alameda „„„, 

Baum Alois, woolens, 32 Sansome, r 229.J 
Sacramento _ 

Baum Arthur W, r 1770 Pacific Av 

Baum Benjamin J, whol confectionery, 
1765 Howard, r 226 Presidio Av 

Baum Benjamin S, salesman, r -918 

Baum Bertha widow, r 748 Central Av 
Baum Clara widow, r 1770 Pacific Av 
Baum D A, broker Liverpool & Lon- 
don & Globe Ins Co, r 991 Valencia 
Baum F G & Co, F G Baum pres, engrs 

and constructors, Chronicle Bldg 
Baum Frank G. consulting engr, Chroni- 
cle Bldg, r Berkeley 
Baum George S, contr. r 1352 Clement 
Baum Herman, liquors, 1703 Eddy, r 

2922 Sacramento 
Baum Hvman A, tailor, r 191o Pacific 

Av 
Baum John (Aspe & Baum) r 183 Wil- 
low Av 
Baum John T r 1217 O'Farrell 
Baum John W, master drayman Kohler 

& Chase, r 663 Willow Av 
Baum Louis H, hardwood floors, 2222 

Fillmore 
Baum Maurice L, physician. 135 Stock- 
ton, r 2173 Pacific Av 
Baum Morris, tailor. 935 Valencia 
Baum Philip, mgr Sentinel Cloak & Suit 

Co, r 2173 Pacific Av 
Baum Rudolph, physician, Hastings 

Bldg, 162 Post „„.,„' , 

Baum Simon, cashier, r 2918 Jackson 
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Bauman Arthur E (Bauman Bros) r 35 

Leland Av 
Bauman Bros (R J and A E) groceries 

and butchers, 35 Leland Av 
Bauman Caesar, milker, r 4276 Mission 
Bauman Charles A, butcher, r 35 Le- 
land Av 
Bauman E F, cellarman, r 1542 Web- 
ster 
Bauman Frederick W, elk, r 35 Leland 

Av 
Bauman Gustaf F, butcher, r 35 Leland 

Av 
Bauman Gustave A, bkkpr M D Kant, r 

1276, 7th Av 
Bauman Henry, marine engr, 45 Steuart 
Bauman Henry, stone cutter, r 821 Do- 
lores 
Bauman Jacob, dry goods, 1946 Fillmore 

r 2533 Pine 
Bauman John, milker, r 624 Russia Av 
Bauman Joseph, lab, r 210, 11th 
Bauman Louis C, with Shreve & Co, r 

Colma 
Bauman Peter, 
Bauman Peter 

7th Av 
Bauman Robert J (Bauman Bros) r 35 

Leland Av 
Bauman Walter E, salesman, r 370 Ba- 
ker 
Baumann August J (Baumann Printing 

Co) r 167 Douglass 
Baumann Carl, time kpr, r 1427 Steiner 
Baumann Caspar, r 1738, 30th Av South 
Baumann Edward, electn U I Works Co, 

r 780, 18th Av South 
Baumann Ernest, painter, r 329 Mont- 
calm 
Baumann Frank, dairy produce, 2813 

24th, r 2764, 23d 
Baumann Frank, lab, r 837 Huron Av 
Baumann Fred, rectifier Rathjen Bros 
Baumann Gallus J, gasmkr, r 143 Cora 
Baumann George, mtrman U RR, r 

1200 Girard 
Baumann Gustave, tanner, r 1200 Gi- 
rard 
Baumann Gustave Jr, teamster, r 1200 

Girard 
Baumann Henry, carp, r 775, 7th Av 
Baumann John, liquors, 4322 Mission 
Baumann John A (J A Baumann Co) r 

1471 Washington 
BAVMANIT JOHN A & CO (John A Bau- 
mann) contrs and bldrs. 693 Mission 
Baumann Joseph, r 59 Tomasa 
Baumann Joseph, liquors, 5600 Mission 
Baumann Joseph, milkman, r 200 Som- 
erset 
Baumann Peter, master mariner, r 1479 

15th 
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Baumann Robert, butcher, r 111 Visl- 

tacion Av 
Baumann William, elk, r 1738, 30th Av 

South 
ityBaumann. See Bauman, Bouwman 
and Bowman 

Baumard Julie Mrs, corsets, 1659 Sut- 
ter 

Baumberger Alice B Miss, stenogr 

James M Gamble, r 22 Lyon 
Baumberger Alfred V. elk London Paris 
National Bank, r 22 Lyon 

BAUMBERGER EDWIN J, atty-at-law, 
962 Pacific Bldg, tel Douglas 1857, r 
22 Lyon 

Baumberger Frida A Miss, teacher mu- 
ds, r 22 Lyon 

Baumberger James, salt, r 22 Lyon 

Baumberger Walter E, draftsman, r 22 
Lyon 

Baumeister Albrich, r 1582 Eddy 

BAUMEISTER BERNHARDT A, physi- 
cian, 209, 29th, hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 
p m, Sundays excepted, tel Market 337 

Baumeister Edward, tailor, 1123 Bu- 
chanan 

Baumeister Ernest (Baumeister & Ed- 
lin) r 1020 Pierce 

Baumeister Frederick G, salesman West- 
ern Fancy Goods Co r 16 Shotwell 

Baumeister Henry, lab, r 511% Linden 

Baumeister Henry, stevedore, r 2600 Pt 
Lobos Av 

Baumeister Henry, teamster, r 157 
Ramsell 

Baumeister Josephine widow, r 16 
Shotwell 

Baumeister William H, painter, r 511 
Linden 

Baumeister William J, engr S P Co, r 
16 Shotwell 

Baumeister & Edlin (E Baumeister and 
H N Edlin) liquors, SE cor Market 
and Beale 

Baumel Frederick J, salesman, r 4062, 
24th 

Baumel Harry, r 242 Clinton Park 

Baumel John, r 24 2 Clinton Park 

Kaumgaertel Karl Mrs, r 921 Hayes 

Baumgard A, widow, r 1658 Eddy 

Baumgart Abraham (Miller <St Baiim- 
gart) r 340 O'Farrell 

Baumgarten Bros (H J and W) butch- 
ers, 2019 Fillmore and 1495 Ellis 

Baumgarten Harry, solr, r 1227 Web- 
ster 

Baumgarten Harry, bkkpr Baker & 
Hamilton, r 4357, 18th 

Baumgarten Herman J (Baumgarten 
Bros) r 1586 Hayes 

BAUMGARTEN J 8t CO (J Baumgarten, 
C Weyl anu M L Cahn) whol and 
retail woolens, 973 Market 

Baumgarten Joseph (Baumgarten Bros) 
r 1227 Webster 

Baumgarten Joseph (J Baumgarten & 
Co) r 2005 Lyon 

Baumgarten Julius (Baumgarten Bros) 
r 1539 Devisadero 

Baumgarten Leon, salesman J Baum- 
garten & Co, r 2005 Lyon 

Baumgarten Otto, master mariner. Fer- 
ry Bldg 

Baumgarten Philip, salesman J Baum- 
garten & Co, r 618 Clayton 

Baumgarten William (Baumgarten 

Bros) r 1227 Webster 

Baumgarten William, physician, 3668, 
20th 

«5g"Baumgarten. See von Baumgarten 

Baumgartner A Fred, mgr Boltz, Cly- 
mer & Co, r Oakland 

Baumgartner August C, vice-pres Hunt 
Bros Co, r Oakland 

Baumgartner Bros (J and G) jewelers, 
427 Montgomery Av 

Baumgartner Frank A, brew master, r 
4206, 24th 



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Baumgartner Giocinto (Baumgartner 

Bros) r 427 Montgomery Ay 
Baumgartner Giovanni, lab, r 2260 Turk 
Baumgartner John, lab, r 14 Sunnyside 
Baumgartner John, musician, r 2330 

Baumgartner John J, architect, r 2611 

Baumgartner Joseph (Baumgartner 
Bros) r 2260 Turk 

Baumgartner Margaret widow, r -71 
San Jose Av 

Baumgartner St Clair, bkkpr E F Hut- 
ton & Co, r 630 Laguna 

Baumhoer Josle widow, r 611 Minna 

Baumiller, McNear & Co, mfrs agts, 255 
California A 

Bauml William, cigars. SE cor 3d and 
Brannan, r 3270. 20th 

Baumstark Gustave, mgr Munich Art 
Glass Co, r Corte Madera, Cal 

Baumstark Gustave Jr, cutter and gla- 
zier Munich Art Glass Co, r Corte 
Madera, Cal 

Baumsteiger Albert, baker, r 454 Bart- 
lett 

Baumsteiger Albert, stone cutter, r 283 
Bartlett .„„ , nil _ 

Baumuller Elizaheth widow, r 170, 10th 
Av 

Baur Alice S, widow, r 1620 Broadway 

BAUR CHRIST, liquors, 134, 8th 

Baur John (Charles Paff & Co) Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg 

tTBaur. See Bauer and Bower 

Bauriedel Carl, coppersmith, r 1856 Fil- 
bert 

Baus H. r 145 Julian Av 

BATTSCH & LOMB OPTICAS CO OF 
CALIFORNIA, laboratory supplies 
and photographic lenses, 154 Sutter 

Bausman Hannah, widow, r 191a Belve- 
dere 

Bausman Harry S, elk Baker & Hamil- 
ton, r 191a Belvedere 

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Bausten William, lab, r 706 Charter Oak 

Av 
Bauswell James, engr, r 709 Shotwell 
Bauswell John, engr, r 105 Thornton Av 
Bauville William, waiter, r 83 California 

Av 
Bava Alexis, fruits, 1217 Scott 
Bava Thomas, waiter, r 368 Richland 

Av 
Bavage Martin, carp, r 40 Hartford 
Bawart Frank, pressman, r 244 Day 
Bawart Theresa widow, r 347 San Car- 
los Av 
Bawden Charles E, mining, r 41 Dear- 
born PI 
Bawden Joseph E, mining, 2000a Mc- 
Allister 
Bawden Joseph H, actor, r 3257. 21st 
BAXTER A A, genl mgr Bellingham Bay 

Lumber Cr r Palo Alto 
Baxter Anna G widow r 1265, 5th Av 
Baxter C Arthur, mgr No Percentage 

Drug Co, r 1314 Fillmore 
Baxter Charles, elk, r 183 Castro 
Baxter Charles A, r 528 Baker 
Baxter Day, draftsman Howard & Gal- 
loway, r Oakland 
Baxter Duke F (Baxter Marble Co) 
Baxter E F, vice-pres Pacific Coast 

Syrup Co, r Seattle, Wash 
Baxter E Howard, salesman Fairbanks, 

Morse & Co, r Oakland 
Baxter Fannie L widow, r 794 Clayton 
BAXTER. F C, real estate, 209 Clement, 

r 240, 10th Av 
Baxter Florence Miss, r 718 Shrader 
Baxter Frances C Miss, teacher Heald's 

Business College, r 1190 Ellis 
Baxter Harold-, farmer, r 308 Capp 
Baxter Harry, bartndr, r 605 Ash Av 
Baxter Hiram D, druggist, r 854 Haigln I 



Baxter James (Borromeo & Baxter) r 

321 Capp „ _ 

Baxter James, blksmith, r 321 Capp 
Baxter James C, mach, r 107 Congo 
Baxter James M, r 3424 Sacramento 
Baxter Jane, widow, r 2619 Sutter 
BAXTER J H, wholesale lumber and 
agt Stimson Mill Co, 735-736 Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg, r 3400 Clay 
Baxter Leonard, stage mgr Central The- 
atre, r 473 Fell , 
Baxter Marble Co, Claus Spreckels Bldg 
Baxter Peter, marine engr, r 1190 Ellis 
Baxter Robert, mach, r 107 Congo 
Baxter R T, with Isaac Upham 

Baxter Samuel, engr Ferry Bldg, i 
Laussat Av 

Baxter Sarah, widow, r 473 Fell 

Baxter Thomas, elk, r 183 Castro 

Baxter Walter, r 10 Vulcan 

Baxter William L, physician, r 863 Ma- 
sonic Av 

Baxtine Louis, elk, r 639, 5th Av 

Bay and River Dredging Co, 604 Mission 

Bay August, tanner, r 1642, 11th Av 
South 

BAY CITIES LAND CO, 660 Market 

BAY CITIES WATER CO, W S Tevis 
pres, C E Worden vice-pres, E G 
Wheeler sec. C N Beal genl mgr, 1310 
Humboldt Bank Bldg 

Bay City Brick Co, 10, 3d 

Bay City Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, Emil Gunzburger see, 1933 Ellis 

Bay City Drug Co, 1044 Valencia 

BAY CITY IRON WORKS 

Mirk & Halket proprs, mfrs toilers, 
tanks and sheet iron works, structural 
sheet iron and general blacksmith 
work, 1243-1245 Harrison 

Bay City Lumber and Supply Co, cor 

San Bruno and Leland Avs 
Bay City iviarket, SW cor Hayes and 

Octavia 
Bav City Oyster Co, 353 Clay 
Bay City Soda Water Co, 320 Fell 
Bay City Wheelmen, 1501 Scott 
Bay Counties Commercial Co, 329 Front 
Bay Counties Portable House Co, 660 

Market 
Bay Counties Railway Co, Merchants 

Exchange Bldg 
Bay Counties Realty Co, B F Lee pres, 

real estate, ins and building. Chroni- 
cle Bldg 
Bay District Land Co, Crocker Bldg 
Bay Gottlieb, carp, r 140 Vicksburg 
Bay Point and Clayton Railroad Co, 95 

Market 
BAY POINT CITY, 26 Montgomery 
Bay Sheet Metal Works, G W Bathey 

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BAY SHORE DRAYAGE CO (Ino) N H 

Hickman pres, J H Masterson vice- 
pres, G T Crandell Jr sec, genl dray- 
age, Mason and Jefferson, tel Kearny 

Bay Shore Hall, 37 Leland Av 
Bay Shore Hardware Co, 14 Leland Av 
Bay Shore Hotel, 4420 San Bruno Av 
BAT SHORE MACHINE AND ELEC- 
TRIC WORKS, 40 Tehama, tel Kearny 

1100 
Bay Shore Pharmacy, S H Robbins 

propr, 7 Leland Av 
BAY SHORE REAL ESTATE CO, C A 

Louis pres, H L Diehl vice-pres, G 

W Owen sec, 5 Leland Av, Bay Shore 

District, tel Market 1921 
Bay Shore Water Co, 29 Leland Av 
Bay State Restaurant, 29 Stockton 
Bay Street Warehouses, Mason and Bay 
Bay View Apartments 1650 Jones 
Bay View Brick Co, 133 Howard 
Bay View Hide and Tanning Co, Monad- 
nock Bldg 
Bay View Hotel, 570 Harrison 
Bay View Land Co, 1475, 18th 
Bav View Magazine (monthly) 1127, 

27th Av South 
Bay View Primary School, Miss L Mc- 

Elroy prin, Bay View Av and Flora 
Bay View Ranch, 1157, 34th Av 
Bay William V N, vice-pres Stone & 

Bay Co, r 1344 Van Ness Av 
Bay and River Steamboat Mens' Union, 

51 Steuart 
Bayardo Francisco, cigar mkr, r 492 

Presidio Av 
Bayer Frank, carp, r 958 Hayes 
Bayer Frank J, liquors, 400 Haight 
Bayer Irving, salesman Edmond Loewy 

& Co, r San Rafael 
Bayer Joseph, waiter, r 1018 Ellis 
Baver Joseph, physician, 2265 Post 
Bayhouse H, salesman Pacific Hardware 

& Steel Co 
Baylacq Frank, laundry, 1863 OFarrell 

BAYLE, LACOSTE & CO. 

John Ziacoste vice-pres, E. O. Rieser 
sec and treas, whol and retail tripe, 
California Market, Pine bet Kearny 
and Montgomery 

Bayles Rex F, carp Engineers Corps U 

S A, r 537, 25th Av 
Bavles M, musician, r 432 Presidio Av 
Bavles Max, elk S P Co. r 435y 2 ,3d Av 
Bay less Alexander H (Bay less & Gil- 
more) r Los Angeles, Cal 
Bayless Charles H, carpet layer, r 116a 

San Jose Av 
Bayless Charles M, foreman, r 20 Middle 
Bavless Edward, carp, r 931 Valencia 
Bayless Sarah E Miss, dressmkr, r 116a 
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Bayless & Gilmore (A H Bayless and L 
F Gilmore) investments, 616 Golden 
Gate Av 
<tS"Bayless. See Bayliss 
Bayley Carrie, widow, r 1880 O'Farrell 
Bayley Eugene F. salesman Anglo-Am 

C & G Co, r 1138 Webster 
Bayley Walter F, elk, r 1880 O'Farrell 
;c rBavley. See Bailey, Baillie and Bay- 
ley 
Bayliss Edgar, teacher music, 1151 Polk 
Bayliss Thomas, decorator, r 224 San 

Jose Av 
SS"Bayliss. See Bayless 
Bayly Charles A, pres Bayly Drug Co, 

r Oakland 
Bayly Charles A Jr, vice-pres Bayly Drug 

Co, r Oakland 
Bayly Charles F, 

bert 

BAYLY DRUG CO, THE (Inc) Chas A 
Bayly pres, Chas A Bayly Jr vice- 
pres, M S Blanchard sec, 1400 Devis- 
adero, NE cor O'Farrell 
Bayly Frank, liquors, r 1716 Bay 
Bayly George L, bartndr. r 3111 Pierce 
Bayly Henry, notions, 1603 Dolores 
Bayly Henry G, molder, r 3345d, 18th 
Bayly Henry G, molder, r 1212 Turk 
Bavne A R, r 870 Post 

BAYNE RICHARD (Piatt & Bay lie) 
atty-at-law, Crocker Bldg, r 37 Jor- 
dan Av _ ' „ 
Baynes Charles G, elk Pacific Hard- 
ware & Steel Co, r 1035 Sanchez 
Bayot J M, elk Q M Dept U S A, r 216S 
'Sutter . „ 
Bayreuther Gustave D, plumber, r 247, 

11th 
Bavreuther Gustave W, plumbing, 24;,- 

'247, 11th 
(tyBavreuther. See Baireuther 
Bavside Canning Co, 204 California 
Bayside Co, Mills Bldg 
Bayside Manufacturing Co, paints and 

oils, 3269, 16th 
Bazarek Nicholas M, painter, r 1363a 

Sacramento 
Bazarlo Andrew, lab, r 348 Chestnut 
Bazarlo Eugene, lab, r 348 Chestnut 
Bazarlo Vincento, lab, r 348 Chestnut 
Bazas Peter, candies, 445 Van Ness Av 
Bazerque Henry, butcher, r 345 Hickory 

Av 
BAZET LOUIS, physician and surgeon, 
924 Geary, hours 1 to 4, tel Franklin 
1771, r 2490 Filbert nr Scott, tel West 
5901 
Bazook Sylvester, carp, r 2822 Union 
Ba-zzaro Antonio, foundryman, r 3710 

Bazzaro Giuseppi, foundryman, r 3710 

Baker 
Bazzini Geniso, fruits, 1345 Fulton, r 

1706 Fulton 
Bazzini John, vegetables, r 1628 Lom- 
bard 
Bazzone V, r 2142 Market 
Bazzuro Mary, widow, r 145S, 8th Av 
Beach A, drayman, 27 South- 
Beach Arthur, shoemkr, r 34b Hardy 
Beach Arthur R, painter, r 63 Noe 
Beach B F, master mariner, 

Bulkhead 
Beach Byron, porter, r 1006 Clement 
Beach C, mach Schmidt Litho Co, r 4147 

23d 
Beach Clyde W, watchman, r 161 Belve- 
dere 
Beach Edna widow, 2897 Folsom 
Beach Edwin M, printer, r 2509 Clay 
Beach Electrical Co, 2228 Mission 
Beach Frank, carp, r 2407 Mission 
Beach Harrv, mgr Beach Electric Co, r 

1272 Market 
Beach Helen M, widow, elk Postoffice, r 
1042 McAllister 



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Beach Henry W, builder, 613 Valencia, 
r 3686, 20th n1 .„ _ ,. 

Beach Horace Mrs, widow, r 2129 Cali- 
fornia ,. ,,._ „„, 
Beach James N, policeman, r 3547, 2„d 
Beach Jav A, rancher, r 161 Belvedere 
Beach John L, elk C S Wheeler, r Berke- 

Beach L, watchman, r 16 Steuart 
Beach Melville C. elk Roth, Blum & 

Co, r Pruitvale ' 

Beach Ranson B. vice-pres Beach-Rob- 
inson Co, r Oakland . 
Beach Robert O, carp, r 418 Shotwell 
Beach-Robinson Co, furniture, 1717 Cali- 
fornia _ 
Beach William, elk, r 63 Noe 
Beach W P, pantryman, r 1414 Post 
Beach W S, lino opr The Call, r 103 1 

Fillmore 
«S-Beach. See Beech . 
Beachboard W W, elk Pacific Tel & Tel 

Co, r 405 Cole 
Beacom August, r 346 San Carlos Av 
Beady John, stableman United Carriage 

Beadle Alfred W (A W Beadle Co) r 
Alameda 

BEADLE A. W. CO. 

(Alfred W. Beadle) whol shipping- 
and com, main office 501 Santa Ma- 
rina Biag-, 112 Market, tel Kearny 
311, wharf office Mission No 1 

Beadle Bros (G S and D B) shipping 

and com, 112 Market 
Beadle Don B (Beadle Bros) r Alameda 
Beadle George S (Beadle Bros) r Oak- 
land 
Beadle Jennie A Miss, r 2507 Pine 
BEADLE STEAMSHIP CO, Mission No 

1 Wharf, tel Douglas 974 
Beagle Louis, carp, r 4 65 Sanchez 
Beagle Stephen A, contr, r 465 Sanchez 
Beagles Chester A. student, r 85 Scott 
Beagles William H (Enterprise Furni- 
ture and Carpet Co) r 85 Scott 
Beagley Arthur, brklayer, r 171 Noe 
Beagley George J, insp bldgs Board 

Pub Wks, r 171 Noe 
jjyBeahan. See Behan 
Beaizley William B, atty, Monadnock 

Bldg, r Bakersfield 
*3PBeaizley. See Beasley and Beazley 
Beal Archer L, student, r 3248 Wash- 
ington 
Beal A V Mrs, r 109 Cherry . 

Beal C A, car insp S P Co, r 525 Harri- 

Beal Carroll N, genl mgr Bay Cities 

W Co, r 3248 Washington 
Beal Charles R, elk U S Customs, r 

Berkeley __ 

Beal Clyde N, engr, r 3248 Washington 
Beal Elbert L, teamster Q M Dept U b 

A, r Presidio 
Beal Fay C, asst to genl mgr Bay Cities 

W Co, r 3248 Washington 
Beal Georgia L, widow, r 154. 4th Av 
Beal James, carp, r 676 Treat Av 
Beal John P R, r 2920 Sacramento 
Beal Matilda, widow, r 61 Carmelita 
Beal Ridley, teamster, r 121a Langton 
Beale Anna, widow, r 698 Bush 
Beale Dominick, teamster, r 177 North Av 
Beale Edmond, lab, r 732 Capp 
Beale Edward L, teamster, r 400 Visita- 

cion Av 
Beale Esther, widow, r 715 Elizabeth 
Beale Fred, stev, r 715 Elizabeth 
Beale John J, mach, r 732 Capp 
Beale Leo, patternmkr, r 732 Capp 
Beale Robert W, bartndr, r 720 Haight 
Beale Thomas, lab, r 67 Ceres 
Beale Truxton, r Pacific Union Club 
Beale Walter, lab, r 715 Elizabeth 
Beale William, mach, r 1893 Diamond 
Beale William, painter, r 407 Chenery 



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Beales E E Mrs, r 165, 11th „ lti=h 

Beales John T, special agt Scottish 

Union and Nat Ins. Co, r San An- 

selmo 
Bealessio M. r 22 Filbert Pi 
I'..al.e Frank, carp, r 926 Fulton 
Beall Mary J, widow, r 349 Liberty 
Beall Samuel, r 1776 Post 
Beals Albert McG, mach, rlilOBate 
Beals Albert Q, acct Crook Audit Co, r 

374 Frederick 
Beals Thomas L, cond U RR, r 1710 

BEAM I WILLABD ESTATE OP, mfrs' 

agt. 20-22 Natoma 
Beam Peter, liquors, 45 Sacramento, l 

1379 Grove 
Beam Willard M, mgr I Willard Beam 

(Estate) r 563 Steiner 
Beament James, elk Coffin, Redington 

Co, r 19a Stanley PI 
Beamer James C, carp, r 227 Trumbull 
Beamer J H, elk First Nat Bank of S F. 

r Berkeley 
Beamer Richard F, dentist, 915 Van 

Ness Av, r 535 Clayton 
Beamer Richard H, policeman, r NW 

cor Porter and Benton 
Beamish James, cook, r 849 Hamilton 
Beamish John, lab, r 454 Ivy Av 
Beamish Percy, furn, r 242 Deyisadero 
Beamish Prudence, widow, r 40b l^a- 

guna „„, T . 

Beamish Samuel E, cutter, r 674 Ivy Av 
Beamish Samuel F, shoemkr, r 406 La- 
Beamish Stanley A, shoemkr, r 406 La- 

guna 
SS'Beamish. See Bemis 
Bean Barton T (Klink, Bean & Co) r 

3854 Sacramento 
Bean Carlotta Miss, teacher, r 2622 Sac- 
ramento 
Bean Charles T, r 228 Pierce 
Bean Clarence, millhand, r 4241. 22d 
Bean Elizabeth, widow, r 2622 Sacra- 
Bean Ernest G (J W Bean & Son) r 670 

Bean F Hersey. bkkpr Century Elec 

Const Co, r Berkeley _ 

Bean Frederick W, with Gullixson Bros, 

r 3750, 22d 
BEAK G A & CO (G A Bean and E A 

Ricksecker) real estate and ins, 4442 

Mission, tel Market 2374 
Bean George, mailer The Bulletin, r 618 

Central Av . 

Bean George A (G A Bean & Co) r Santa 

Clara, Cal 
BEAN GEORGE T., dentist. 350 Post, r 

Belvedere . 

Bean Henry J. electrotyper. r 6i0 laris 



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B«an Herbert D, mach, r 260 Noe 
Bean J N, janitor, r 1720 Steiner 
Bean John, plumber, r 3227, 21st 
Bean Joseph W (J W Bean & Son) r 

670 Paris 
Bean J W & Son (Joseph W and Ernest 

G Bean) painters, 3554, 16th 
Bean Lotta Miss, teacher Pub Schools, 

r 2622 Sacramento 
Bean Margaret, widow, r 366 Precita Av 
Bean Mark, boxmkr, r 3 66 Precita Av 
Bean Milo W, abstract elk W P Ry Co, 

r Berkeley 
Bean Oliver F, salesman G M Hickman, 

r 340 Cumberland 
Bean Thomas J, driver Engine 8, r 1906 

Greenwich 
Bean Walter E, sec Ajax Brass & Iron 

Foundry, r Berkeley 
Bean William H, lumberman, r 4241, 22d 
Bean Willard C, physician, 1903 Devisa- 

dero, r Burlin